Bongo

Mgeni

Country Representative

PSi Tanzania

Bongo Mgeni has over 15 years of experience in development work in Tanzania. Prior to joining PSI, Mgeni led the implementation of a USAID-sponsored child survival project (POUZN) to scale up the use of oral rehydration salts and zinc in the private sector in Tanzania, including the development of a partnership that resulted in the first African manufacturer of zinc treatment. After completing work with the project, Mgeni joined PSI in Tanzania, holding a number of management positions including serving as Chief of Party on a flagship USAID HIV prevention project (HUSIKA) with key populations and as Deputy Country Representative providing oversight for sexual and reproductive health, HIV and malaria programs in Tanzania. He graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) with an MSc in Agricultural Marketing.

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