Freddy

Lokosa

Deputy Country Representative

PSI Madagascar

After working for PSI in the Democratic Republic of Congo (2010-2015) and PSI Cameroon (2019), Freddy Lokossa has been in Madagascar since September 2019 as Deputy Country Representative in charge of programs, working with program and finance staff to administer contracts and monitor performance, and supervise evidence-based research activities to maximize health impact.

Previously while working as a logistics consultant for PSI Cameroon, he coordinated closely with the National Malaria Control Programme, the Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) Campaign Committee, Alliance for Malaria prevention technical advisors, and regional partners to ensure that all LLIN campaigns and implementations were coordinated with national plans and adapted to regional context. He also performed risk assessments and mitigation planning, along with tracking and ensuring timely and accurate delivery of LLINs.

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