Dr. Felix Ndagije is a global health professional with over 17 years’ experience in design, implementation, evaluation and scale up of HIV prevention, care and treatment programs with ministries of health (MOH), implementing partners, United Nations agencies and CDC/PEPFAR. He has been a member of ICAP’s Clinical and Training Unit, supporting the programmatic aspects of comprehensive HIV care and treatment across approximately 21 countries. He is responsible for providing day-to-day direct technical assistance (guidance) to ICAP country programs in six countries in East, Central and Southern Africa.
Felix has worked on numerous guidelines including the 2015 WHO HIV testing services (HTS) guidelines; revision of numerous country guidelines to adopt the WHO Test and Start, participated in developing PEPFAR’s Guidance for the Prevention of Sexually Transmitted HIV Infection and coordinated a number of key Global Health initiatives with country Ministries of Health and agencies. He has been a Principal Investigator (PI) of a number of studies. He is currently a co-investigator on three studies on PrEP and Test and Start in Key Populations, and Assessment of high performing models of clinical care that lead to optimal patient outcomes in Kenya, Nigeria and Ukraine. Felix is also previously a co-chair of National and/or Inter-Agency PMTCT Technical Working Group; HIV Testing and Counseling, and Combination Prevention Technical Working Groups in two countries.