Isaac Adejo is the project director of MSH Nigeria’s Global Fund (GF) Malaria Grant. Isaac is a program management specialist with over 12 years’ experience in the design and implementation of reproductive health, HIV and AIDS, and malaria projects in Nigeria. He has expertise in strategic planning, project design and implementation, office administration, team building, and stakeholder management.
Before joining MSH, Isaac was the National Program Manager for Ipas Nigeria where he provided strategic leadership to the country program. Isaac worked for FHI360 as Project Director, Global Fund HIV and AIDS and its local affiliate, Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative. Also in FHI360, he served as the State Program Manager, State Program Coordinator, and Senior Program Officer respectively, on the USAID funded Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS services (SIDHAS) project.
Isaac holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in Business Education (Accounting). He is a Project Management for Development Certified Professional, and a member of Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM) and the Chartered Institute of Project Management (CIPM), Nigeria.