Dr Ritgak Tilley-Gyado
West Africa Global Health Leaders Fellow, Global Health Programme
Ritgak has a decade of experience in public health programme delivery, research and innovations. Her research at Chatham House explores the role of private industry in public health emergencies.
Ritgak is a technical adviser to Nigeria’s minister of health. From 2013, she worked at the World Bank in Nigeria on government’s results-based financing for primary healthcare.
She was strategist and curator at the Private Sector Health Alliance, driving the growth of a marketplace for healthcare innovations and social enterprises.
Ritgak has worked on various initiatives including the Informed Decisions for Action to Improve Maternal and Child Health project, Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation and Research on Female Genital Mutilation and HIV/AIDS projects.
She is author of the World Bank case study, When Institutions Work: Nigeria’s Ebola Response, and has co-authored several peer-reviewed publications.
She is a doctor of Medicine with a Master’s in Culture and Health from University College London.
|Jan 2016 -||Technical Adviser To The Honourable Minister Of Health, Nigeria|
Lead Strategist & Curator, Innovation, Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria
|2013-15||Health Systems Specialist, Nigeria Country Office, World Bank|
|2010-13||Principal Associate, Health Hub Ltd, Abuja, Nigeria|
Technical Associate, Management Strategies for Africa - Accra, Ghana
April-Dec 2009; Dec 2006 - Aug 2007
|Technical Lead, HIV/AIDS Prevention Unit, Winrock International, USAID/AIDS Impact Mitigation Project; Program Associate - Abuja, Nigeria|