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Dr. Emeka Anoje

Global Health Expert, HIV/AIDS

Based in Abuja, Nigeria

Dr. Anoje is a global public health expert with over 15 years of experience in health-related program design, leadership, and management. He has created several programs focused on HIV care and treatment, orphans and vulnerable children, and childhood tuberculosis.

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Dr. Emeka Anoje is the project director for the Faith-based Action for Scaling-up Testing and Treatment for Epidemic Response (FASTER), which is funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). He works closely with donors and the Nigerian government to eliminate the barriers to HIV testing and treatment, with a focus on children and teens. He is also a member of the CRS Nigeria COVID-19 response taskforce.

Before joining CRS, Dr. Anoje he developed a national database for vulnerable children in Nigeria as part of a USAID-funded project.

Dr. Anoje trained as a medical doctor at the University of Benin and holds a master's degree in public health from the University of Sheffield. He is an avid researcher and has authored and co-authored several peer reviewed research publications on a wide range of topics.

Areas of Expertise

HIV/AIDS, Health Care, Health Systems Strengthening, Orphans and Vulnerable Children


University of Sheffield, School of Health and Related Research (ScHAAR), United Kingdom
Master of Public Health, Health Services Management

University of Benin
Bachelor of Medicine
Bachelor of Surgery