Joseph Njala is currently employed by the International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) Malawi and seconded to the HIV Department of the Ministry of Health (MOH). Mr. Njala is a clinical officer and I-TECH Fellow and works under the mentorship of the director, senior program managers, and technical assistants in the HIV Department of the MOH. The Malawi HIV Fellowship Programme is a two-year, non-degree program developed collaboratively with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the MOH to prepare and retain qualified and experienced Malawians to support the management of HIV prevention, care, treatment, and support services; and strengthen health management information systems. Mr. Njala has been involved in national policy development, planning, and capacity building activities, including the training and supervision of MOH staff, and has years of experience in the clinical management of HIV. Prior to his current position, he worked with Dignitas International, where he served as a clinical manager for a HIV treatment program in Zomba, Malawi.
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