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April 19th, 2017
Dr Githinji Gitahi

Dr Githinji Gitahi

Dr Gitahi Gitahi, Amref Health Africa Group CEO

Dr Gitahi Gitahi joined Amref Health Africa on June 2015.

Until his appointment at Amref Health Africa, Dr Gitahi was the Vice President and Regional Director for Africa, Smile Train International, where he successfully established partnerships for long-term sustainability with various African governments.

Prior to that he worked with the Nation Media Group, where he was the Managing Director for Monitor Publications in Uganda as well as General Manager for Marketing and Circulation in East Africa.

He also held progressively senior positions at GlaxoSmithKline, Avenue Group and the insurance industry.

Dr Gitahi has a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and Surgery and a Masters in Business Administration, majoring in Marketing.

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