Ngozi Erondu PhD, MPH is the chief executive for Project Zambezi, a public-private partnership created to improve access to essential medicines throughout Africa. Erondu is an infectious disease epidemiologist and a policy advisor on global health governance and health systems. Her primary focus is on African countries. She currently consults as an associate fellow at Chatham House. She is a fellow with the Aspen Institute and the John Hopkins University Emerging Leader in Biosecurity Programme.
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