Associate Director, Chief of HIV/AIDS Section, Programme Division
Chewe Luo, Associate Director, Chief of HIV/AIDS Section, Programme Division
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Dr. Chewe Luo was appointed Associate Director, Programme Division, and Chief of the HIV/AIDS Section at UNICEF in April 2016.
A paediatrician and Tropical Health Specialist, prior to this appointment she served as Technical Team Leader for children and AIDS country programme scale-up, and Senior Programme Adviser on HIV and Maternal and Child Health in the Programme Division.
She has nearly 20 years of experience in HIV/AIDS and child health as a clinician and researcher at the University Teaching hospital in Lusaka, Zambia, and as clinician in the UK. She has worked with UNICEF at country, regional and headquarters levels.
Dr. Luo is a Zambian national. She holds a Medical Degree and a Master of Medicine in Paediatrics from the University of Zambia School of Medicine, and a Master of Science in Tropical Paediatrics and a PhD from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the UK. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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