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Yunus Mohammed has worked at various programme

management levels, and is a qualified pharmacist with an

MBA, project management certification and health technology

development experiences. He has experience in development,

strategy, pharmaceutical sector, healthcare sector, health

technology, regulatory, intellectual property, and supply chain

sectors. He continues to consult with the SADC Secretariat,

Commonwealth Secretariat and other global partners, working

regionally and internationally on access to medicines projects, and

health systems strengthening.

Layne Robinson currently serves as the Head of Social Policy

Development at the Commonwealth Secretariat. In this role, Layne

leads the Commonwealth's work on Social Policy with particular

focus on Youth, Education, Health and Sport policies, and provides

technical advice to Commonwealth member states whilst working

in partnership with relevant organisations to improve the lives of

Commonwealth citizens.

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