Dr. Charles Sagoe-Moses is the Representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) country office in Windhoek, Namibia since March 2017.Dr. Sagoe-Moses provides WHO’s strategic, policy and programmatic guidance towards the health sector of Namibia. Together with his country office team and along with health development partners, he supports the Ministry of Health and Social Services in its reform agenda to strengthen the health system and deliver improved health outcomes.Prior to his arrival in Windhoek, he was the WHO Representative in The Gambia since 2013. He also served as the Acting WHO Representative in Eritrea and the acting Programme Area Coordinator (PAC) for Food Safety and Nutrition at the WHO Regional Office for Africa (WHO/AFRO). His previous assignments were Medical Officer-Nutrition, Breastfeeding and Infant Feeding at WHO/AFRO. Prior to joining the World Health Organization (WHO), he was the Acting Regional Director of Health Services at the Ministry of Health, Greater Accra Region Administration-Ghana. He
also served as Deputy Regional Director of Health Services and Senior Medical Officer in charge of Public Health in the Greater Accra Region, Ghana.He is a Fellow of the Ghana College of Physicians and an Infectious Disease Fellow of University of Virginia School of Medicine: International Health Care Worker Safety Centre; Charlottesville, Virginia, USA (1999). He has MSc from University of Maastrich, The Netherlands (1994) and MPH from the University of Leeds, UK (1992). He had his initial medical education (MB ChB) from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana (1988).Charles enjoys reading, football, and travelling. He and his wife Dr. Isabella Sagoe-Moses have two children, a- boy and a girl.