Daniel

Crapper

Country Representative

PSI Madagascar

: Daniel Crapper has more than 22 years of experience leading, managing and inspiring people with diverse backgrounds and cultures in both the private and not-for-profit sectors. Achievements include creating long-term strategic visions for organizations to enable them to expand health impact, fostering innovation, building meaningful enabling relations with government officials and stakeholders and raising funding from a wide portfolio of donors to enable these visions to be realized. Working primarily in East and Southern Africa and Southeast Asia, Mr. Crapper has managed a diverse portfolio of projects, including social marketing and social franchising of HIV, reproductive health, malaria and other maternal and child health services. He qualified as a chartered accountant in the UK in 1997, holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in economics from Cambridge University and speaks fluent English and French. He lives in Yangon with his wife and two children.

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