Moses Sifuma Alobo
Board Member

Moses works for the Africa Academy of Sciences as a consultant program manager. He has more than 15 years of expertise managing funding for research, both from the recipient’s and funder’s side.

Moses offers support in the creation and carrying out of research projects that are pertinent to local development in Africa, as well as with the technology transfer that goes along with them, capacity building in NCD research, and policy involvement.

Moses has experience in implementing health and research programmes in resource-limited settings in the fields of vaccinology, oncology, antibiotics resistance, HIV, leishmaniasis, asthma, breast cancer, and renal anemia. He has worked for GSK, Hoffman La Roche, and the Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative.

Moses earned a Masters of Public Health from the University of Birmingham after completing his undergraduate studies in medicine and surgery at the University of Nairobi. He received the British Chevening Scholarship in 2005, the EU Contact Point Network for Young African Scientists Fellowship in 2007, and the Archbishop Desmond Tutu African Leadership Fellowship in 2014.