Anatole Manzi
Partners in Health

Dr. Anatole Manzi grew up in the hills of rural Rwanda, herding his family’s livestock. Following the 1994 Rwanda Genocide, Dr. Manzi pursued a career in medicine, initially as a nurse and later as a clinical psychologist and public health expert. He has served in various leadership roles at the global nonprofit Partners in Health (PIH) since 2005. He currently serves as Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Director of Clinical Quality and Health Systems Strengthening at PIH. He is also the co-founder of the nonprofit Move Up Global, which strives to improve access to health and education in remote and resource-constrained communities.

Dr. Manzi holds academic affiliations as assistant professor at University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda and as a lecturer at Harvard Medical School.  He is an Aspen Institute’s New Voices Fellow.

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