Nosa Orobaton is deputy director in the MNCH Program Strategy Team (PST) with responsibilities for Data and Evidence, and Global Impact.
Nosa joined the foundation in 2016. He is an MD specializing in public health and health systems management, and has worked in clinical medicine and public health for 35 years. Prior to joining the foundation, he served as director of operations at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. Previously he served as deputy executive director of the Health Metrics Network for the World Health Organization; as a resident technical advisor to Ministries of Health in Eritrea, Uganda, Zambia, and Nigeria; and has also worked as a consultant to advance maternal and child health interventions in the context of primary health care for the World Bank, Johns Hopkins University, John D. and Catherine T. McArthur Foundation, and Shell Development Corporation. Nosa has worked in several countries in Africa, Asia, South America, and Central America, and has published several papers in public health.
Nosa obtained his medical degree from University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He has master’s and doctor of public health degrees from Johns Hopkins University, and an MBA from University of Maryland University College, USA.