Danisa

Siziba

Deputy Country Representative, Finance and Operations

PSI Malawi

Danisa Siziba is a finance and accounting professional with over 20 years of experience. He has spent much of his professional career with international non-profit organizations in various capacities in the field of finance and operations. Danisa joined PSI in 2019 as Director of Administration and Finance before moving to Malawi in 2020, where he is currently serving as Deputy Country Representative, leading finance and operations. 

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Roe Response: All Hope is Not Lost

The effects of restricting or banning abortions in many U.S. states are dire – but as the Global South’s experience underscores: all hope is not lost.  

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion AND Belonging – PSI’s Report Card

After two years, we remain committed to our diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEI/B) commitment.

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It’s further than we thought…

In order to improve women’s access to family planning, it is essential that we understand their decision-making and experience when accessing services and products.

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Integrating Private Providers Into Malaria Elimination Efforts

Vietnam and other countries in the GMS region have set a goal to eliminate malaria by 2030. While possible, it will take commitment, coordination, and creativity to make this a reality. Throughout its implementation, the GEMS+ program has strengthened commitments from national governments, achieved coordination between the public and private sectors and introduced creativity through innovations in digitization.

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What If Investments Were Also Evaluated on their Ability to Learn and Adapt?

How many project results frameworks have metrics measuring a project’s ability to learn and adapt? Very few, suggested A360 Project Director. Here’s how to change that.

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Meta Health Summit: Digital Engagement for Health Impact

Drawing from PSI’s partnership with Meta to launch audience-tailored campaigns, Martin Dale shares the secret (digital) sauce to motivating people to wear masks and choose COVID-19 vaccines.

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