Michael Miller, CPA, CIA, Joins ICAP as Chief Financial Officer

November 1, 2017

Michael Miller, CPA, CIA, has joined ICAP as Chief Financial Officer. As CFO, he will oversee finance teams and functions at ICAP’s headquarters in New York and abroad, and liaise with the administration of the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, where ICAP is centered. Miller brings to ICAP more than 25 years of combined auditing, financial management, and post-award sponsored projects administration experience.

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ICAP to Help Zambia Improve HIV Surveillance and Access to Services for Hard-to Reach Key Populations

November 1, 2017

ICAP at Columbia University will build on its strong partnership with the Zambian Ministry of Health to improve disease surveillance systems and increase access to HIV services for key populations that are at high risk, hard to reach, and underserved. This work will be funded by a new five-year award from the U.S. President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Dr. Prisca Kasonde Appointed Country Director in Zambia

October 16, 2017

Dr. Prisca Kasonde has been appointed as country director for ICAP in Zambia. Heading up a team in-country, she will oversee ICAP’s portfolio of work. Dr. Kasonde brings a wealth of experience to her new position. She will leverage her expertise in the areas of HIV/AIDS, STIs, reproductive health, obstetrics and gynecology, and health systems strengthening to advance the work of ICAP and its local partners in Zambia.

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ICAP’s Global Nurse Capacity Building Program Demonstrates Successes in South Africa and Ethiopia

October 16, 2017

ICAP’s Global Nurse Capacity Building Program (GNCBP) recently held end-of-project celebrations in South Africa and Ethiopia to commemorate each country’s participation in the Nursing Education Partnership Initiative (NEPI). NEPI is a sub-project of the GNCBP, which launched in 2011 with the goal of increasing the number and capacity of trained nurses in sub-Saharan Africa. From 2012 to 2017, more than 12,690 workforce-ready students graduated from NEPI-enhanced programs across six countries and 22 nursing schools.

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