Dr. Che Frungwa

Interim Senior Program Field Officer, West and Central Africa (Cameroon)

Dr. Che works with MiracleFeet’s West and Central Africa team to develop and implement national-driven programs to ensure timely and equitable treatment of clubfoot in the region. He is also spearheading the launch, growth, and expansion of the Cote D’Ivoire program.

With over five years of experience in both the public and private health sectors, Che is an international health specialist and physician. He has a keen interest in humanitarian health and health system strengthening and has been involved in several humanitarian aid programs for refugees and internally displaced persons, working with organizations such as Africa Humanitarian Action and the International Medical Corps. He also played a crucial role in some international development projects in Cameroon as part of the Korea International Cooperation Agency’s (KOICA) program team.

Che holds a Doctor of General Medicine degree from the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Yaoundé, Cameroon and a Master’s of International Public Health from Liverpool John Moores University, England. He has co-authored a few articles in the domains of neglected tropical diseases and infectious diseases amongst vulnerable populations.

In recognition of his exceptional work, Che has received several accolades, including an award for creating the first sustainable partnership between the Cameroon English-speaking Medical Students Association and Dr. George Bwelle’s ASCOVIME during his tenure as the association’s president in 2015.