Senamede Comla

Senamede Comla is a Logistician in Togo. His health supply chain career began in December 2010 when Global Fund recruited him to help in the fight against AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria in Togo as entry operator at a health sanitary district in Kloto. After this, he worked as data manager... Read more

Mubarak Balarabe

As a pharmacist at the Kebbi State Ministry of Health (KBMOH), Nigeria, Mubarak Balarabe works in both facility and state Logistics Management Coordinating Units (LMCU). He enjoys filling inventory management tools like Requisition, Issue and Receipt voucher (RIRV), discussions with supply chain experts during seminars or workshops and training facilities... Read more

Mrugank Modiya

Mrugank Modiya works as a senior supply chain analyst with Logistimo India Private Limited. He started his career in Supply Chain/Logistics after he completed his Masters in Industrial Engineering and today he has over 10 years’ experience in Supply Chain/Logistics. He enjoys the process of solving challenging supply chain problems.... Read more

John T Harris

John Tutu Harris has spent over a decade in Supply Chain/Logistics and is currently the Director Supply Chain Management Unit (SCMU) in the Ministry of Health, Liberia. He joined IAPHL in 2013 and he finds the exchange of supply chain/logistics information among members very useful. He believes that the knowledge... Read more

Bishnu Regmi

As a pharmacist at the College of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital in Nepal, Bishnu and his colleagues struggle to manage a continuous supply of medicine. In addition to the financial constraints that limit their ability to procure items are the drug representatives who influence—not necessarily positively— the prescriptions that doctors write.... Read more

Kunle Oye-Igbemo

Kunle Oye-Igbemo, a solutions architect and manager at GS1 Nigeria, has been working in the public health supply chain sector since 2010. He was introduced to IAPHL in 2016 after a Global GS1 Healthcare Conference, when a discussion warranted his professional input. As a result, he helped moderate the September... Read more

Andy Numbi

Although Dr. Andy Numbi is a member of several international associations, he notes that IAPHL is the only one that “allows frequent regular exchanges and discussions between members on various issues related to opportunities and challenges in the field of health logistics.” Andy is an independent supply chain professional in... Read more

Matthew Attah

Matthew Attah is a team lead for the Procurement and Supply Management project in Nigeria. He first heard about IAPHL in 2012, when he attended a training facilitated by John Snow, Inc. (JSI). Since then, IAPHL has exposed Matthew to many resources, training opportunities, and conferences, including the Global Health... Read more

Dagim Damtew Mengistu

Dagim Damtew Mengistu is a logistics officer at the Ministry of Health in Ethiopia. The wide scope of public health supply chain is the most interesting thing he has learned from being a member of IAPHL. He learned about IAPHL when he was taking training on pipeline software given by... Read more

Andrew Brown

Andrew Brown is director and consultant of Andrew N. Brown Health System Stregthening Pty Ltd. He was introduced to IAPHL through colleagues at the People that Deliver initiative in 2011. Andrew’s favorite aspect of being an IAPHL member is hearing about supply chain professionals in various countries cope with challenges. Andrew has been... Read more