International Centre for Reproductive Health - Mozambique (ICRHM), Mozambique

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Sally Griffin joined ICRH Mozambique as Country Director in June 2014, replacing Beatrice Crahay. Sally has a Masters in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, with a dissertation on "Determinants of condom use by sex workers in Nepal with clients and other sexual partners: A quantitative study". She has over 15 years of experience working in the area of sexual and reproductive health and rights, mainly in Mozambique and Angola. This has included experience working in both senior management and technical positions.
More information: icrh.coord@tdm.co.mz

Málica de Melo joined ICRH Mozambique as Programme Manager in Maternal and Child Health in January 2015. She is now coordinating the MOMI project. Málica has over seven years of experience working with NGOs in the area of sexual and reproductive health and
child protection in Mozambique, with particular expertise in the areas of programme management, monitoring and evaluation and research. She is currently undertaking a Masters in Public Health at the Eduardo Mondlane university in Maputo. More information: icrh.research@tdm.co.mz

Misete Getessemane Cossa works as a Consultant for ICRH Mozambique assisting with the end-evaluation of the MOMI project. She has a graduate degree in Sociology and a Bachelor in Social Science from the Art and Social Science Faculty at Eduardo Mondlane University (FLCS-UEM) Maputo-Mozambique. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of HIV / AIDS, Human Rights and Reproductive Sexual Health, Sexuality and Gender. Prior to her current position in ICRH-Mozambique, she worked on community mobilisation and sensitisation of local communities in Mozambique, as well as, implementation of rules and regulations regarding resettlement and social development of the Mining Sector in Tete -Mozambique, for a period of 5 years.