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. His 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, 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.

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