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Matthew Nviiri
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Matthew Nviiri Member

Last update: Nov 28, 2022 Last update: 28 Nov, 2022

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Citizenship: Uganda
Languages: English, French, German, Luganda
Highest Degree: Ph.D
Experience: 22 years
Sectors: Health, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Fundraising, Human Resources, Programme & Resource Management, Finance & Accounting Health, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Fundraising, Human Resources, Programme & Resource Management, Finance & Accounting
Gender: Male
Address: Uganda
Cellphone: +256-703647320
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About

Matthew Nviiri is a Management and Public Health specialist, with a focus on Health system strengthening, health financing including health insurance, maternal, newborn, child health, HIV and AIDS. Matthew combines Humanitarian experience with long term Development work. He has overseen the transition of weak and fragile health systems into strong and functioning health systems. He has more than ten years’ experience in senior Management. Matthew has managed small and large projects. He has worked on large humanitarian projects including refugee programs, large long term development projects including Results-based and Performance-based Financing projects in sub-Saharan Africa and played a role in the design of Results Based Financing country strategies for Uganda and Rwanda. While in Uganda, he worked closely with the Ministry of Health and played an important role in the implementation of National Health strategies. Matthew has managed teams of local and international staff, responsible for all aspects of project management and reporting, including managing large budgets. He managed the scale-up of the PBF/RBF initiative in Liberia from pilot to national programme and brings strategic leadership and proven senior management experience in leading Results Based Financing schemes, ensuring the delivery of programme strategies. Matthew managed the Malawi RBF scheme and was key in the drafting of the Malawi PBF framework. He has experience of working in a range of countries including challenging locations such as Liberia, Sierra Leone and Haiti, and for a range of stakeholders, both governmental and non-governmental.He has also conducted short and long term consultancies and research in the areas of maternal health, new-born health, child health, HIV/AIDs, Malaria, and Nutrition. He has experience working with a number of donors and partners including USAID, DFID, EU, EDF, World Bank, UBS, Irish Aid, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, KFW, UNICEF, and UNFPA.