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Anthony Anthony Masaka

KT Healthcare Medical Clinic, Mochudi, Botswana

Anthony Anthony Masaka

Anthony Anthony Masaka, MD, MPH Candidate (LSHTM)
Principal Medical Officer (GP), KT Healthcare Medical Clinic, Mochudi, Botswana

Anthony Anthony Masaka MD, MPH (candidate), a self motivated, ambitious researcher and clinician with great interest in clinical and public health research. He is a Private General Practitioner at KT Healthcare Medical Clinic since July 2005, which focuses mainly on the provision of HIV/AIDS and STI/Ds Prevention, Care, Treatment and management of both communicable and noncommunicable illnesses. Dr Anthony has an advanced knowledge on management of HIV/AIDS acquired from the Botswana Havard AIDS Institute (BHAI). He is currently an MPH candidate at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).

Dr Anthony appreciates the contributions of researches on increasing and strengthening health promotion and disease prevention. He as well has been involved in various research activities for the past 16 years with various organizations. He worked as a researcher for Dataline International and later for Research International EA Ltd from 1996 -1998 before joining the University of Dar-Es-Salaam in 1998 where he graduated his Doctor of Medicine degree in August 2003.

From July 2003 to January 2005, Dr Anthony worked as a Volunteer Counsellor at the National HIV/AIDS Helpline Center which is run by Tanzania Youth Alliance.

Helen Keller International, a globally recognized research organization offered Dr Anthony an opportunity to fulfil his research ambitions, where he worked with the organization as a researcher for Vitamin A Coverage survey for under-five children in Mtwara and Lindi Regions in Tanzania. He was also engaged in Vitamin A Survey for postpartum women in Tanga Region in Tanzania.

He was then relocated to the Republic of Botswana to synergise efforts of curbing HIV/AIDS pandemic in the country where he works as clinician since 2005.