Ms. Winifrida Kaihula (Data Entry/Capturer)

Ms. Winifrida holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with marketing from Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania. She is working with Bugando Medical Center (BMC) as Account Clerk. She has experience in data management of both new patients and follow-up patients. She is also working as Satellite Data Clerk with Tanzania Sickle Pan Africa Research Consortium (SPARCO).

Dr. Fat-hiya Abdallah Said (Clinician)

Dr. Fat-hiya is a pediatric hemato-oncology fellow at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Science (MUHAS). She holds a bachelor's degree Doctor of Medicine from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Muhimbili University College of Health Science and a Master of Medicine in Pediatrics and Child Health from International Medical and Technological University (IMTU), Dar es Salaam Tanzania.

Ms. Julieth Peter (Nurse)

Ms. Julieth is a registered nurse and in charge of the Paediatric outpatient clinic at Bugando Medical Center, Mwanza. She has experience in providing care to maternal, pediatric, post-surgery patients as well as critically ill patients. Her career is to focus on both clinical and research studies. Currently, She is working as a Research Nurse for Sickle Pan Africa Research Consortium.

Dr. Ritah Mutagonda (Research Fellow)

Dr. Mutagonda is a pharmacist and a lecturer for more than 7 years in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS), Tanzania. She holds a PhD in Clinical Pharmacology and a Master’s degree in Pharmacology and Therapeutics from MUHAS through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency funding.

Ms. Florence Urio (PhD Research Fellow)

Ms. Urio has a background in Molecular Biology and Chemistry, having achieved her Bachelor's degree in Science at University of Namibia, Namibia in 2008. She completed her Master of Science at Linköping University, Sweden in 2012. This included a research project on “Epstein Barr Virus immortalization and characterization of Malaria specific B-cells from immune donors” in Prof.

Dr. Flora Ndobho (Clinician)

Dr. Ndobho holds a Degree of Medicine (2011) from Hubert Kairuki Memorial University and a Master of Medicine in Haematology and Blood Transfusion (2017) from the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania. She is a hematologist who worked at Sickle Cell Programme as a Clinical coordinator as well as Sicklegen Africa. Currently, she is working at Muhimbili National Hospital, Mloganzila, as clinician and head of Laboratory services at Mloganzila.