Pierre

Moon

Project Director, Momentum Private Healthcare Delivery

PSI Global

Pierre Moon helps to oversee the Support for International Family Planning Organizations 2 (SIFPO2) Program, funded by USAID.

Prior to moving to Washington, DC in 2014, Pierre spent a decade delivering national sexual and reproductive health programs in East and Southern Africa and humanitarian programs in Central Africa, the Horn of Africa and Latin America. Pierre has led programs on HIV prevention among key populations in Ethiopia and Angola, Integrated Health social marketing programs in Tanzania and Angola and a regional program on increasing national government coordination and investment in reproductive health supplies in Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda. 

Pierre has published writings on social franchising, family planning in Universal Health Coverage, advocacy for reproductive health supplies, HIV prevention for key populations and the challenges of development NGO regulation in low income countries. Pierre has been involved in numerous global and national partnerships, including programs in support of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition and partnering on global initiatives.

He holds a Master in Public Health from the University of Manchester in United Kingdom and a Bachelor in Social Psychology from the University of Sussex. Pierre is fluent in French.

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