"I think I have something to share with another country" says Sadi Moussa, explaining why he recently relocated to Mali to help tackle public health problems after almost two decades doing similar work in his home country of Niger.
Moussa, now the Carter Center's country representative for Mali, was born in Niger and started his public health career there in the early 1990's, serving as the second national coordinator for the Government of Niger's Guinea Worm Eradication Program.
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