Patricia Munthali Khomani
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Patricia is passionate about designing, building, and implementing evidence-based digital health solutions that positively impact the population. Having worked in Malawi on digital health for the past 10 years, the potential of how digital health can transform health outcomes goes without saying.
She is an all-rounder with 19 years progressive experience in program design and management with diverse experience having worked for 9 years at Baobab Health Trust. There, she coordinated a maximum of 20 digital health projects in HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care, Non-Communicable Diseases, Civil Registration and Vital Statistics, Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response and Maternal and Child Health. Patricia has also worked for the Government of Malawi/ European Union Public Works Program on different positions mainstreaming cross cutting issues on gender, HIV and AIDS, women and youth empowerment, and orphan care. She has recently gained substantial experience in clinical research coordination and management having worked with Malawi Liverpool Welcome Trust for a year.
Patricia is a Social Scientist by qualification with medical informatic training from University of Kansas. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, and a Master’s in Development Management from Ruhr University in Germany.