Felix Ndagije, MD, MTroPed, MScGH

Country Director


Dr. Felix Ndagije is a global health professional with over 20 years of experience in designing, implementing, evaluating, and scaling HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs with ministries of health, implementing partners, United Nations agencies, and CDC/PEPFAR. He has technical expertise in health systems strengthening, maternal and child health programs, TB/HIV, and non-communicable diseases.

Dr. Ndagije joined ICAP as an Evaluation and Research Advisor in Rwanda in 2005. He re-joined ICAP in Lesotho in May 2016, where he pivoted to serve as a Senior Regional Technical Advisor for Clinical and Training, supporting several projects in multiple ICAP countries. In 2019, he became ICAP’s country director in Lesotho, managing several key technical and representational requirements in the country.

Dr. Ndagije earned his medical degree from the National University of Rwanda. He also holds a Master’s in Tropical Pediatrics and Child Health from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool.