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ThandiSusana Moreira - Pharmaceutical Science, Health and development expert - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Susana Moreira graduated in Pharmaceutical Sciences and holds a MSc in Health and Development from the Lisbon Tropical Institute of Medicine and Hygiene. With more than 15 years of professional practice in health, she combines experiences in community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, consultancy, laboratorial analysis and health data analysis in Portugal and Mozambique.


Professional Skills: 

Susana is particularly interested in infectious diseases, tropical diseases (such as water borne diseases), pharmaceutical care, medical equipment and medical humanitarian logistics. Susana is versatile, which allows her to adapt to different working contexts.

I am a good communicator with a great capacity to create empathy with people. With my background and experience I tend to be versatile, organized and objective.

I also consider commitment with deadlines and focus on results as one of my characteristics.

Language skills: Portuguese is my native language, English (speaking and reading very good), Spanish (good speaking and reading and fair writing) and French (fair speaking, reading and writing).


Previous Clients and/or projects:  

ICOR (Hospital, Maputo): pharmacy management, hospital pharmacy, supervision. 

Clidis (Private Clinic, Pemba): Performing laboratorial analysis in haematology, immunology, parasitology, microbiology and clinical biochemistry; management of the internal pharmacy, technical deputy director.

Private Consultant: Coordination of the project funded by the National Research Fund (FNI) “Pilot test for the development of a methodology for evaluating the quality of the water supplied in the suburban areas of  the Maputo city”; Planning of surveys and statistical analysis to three types of stakeholders of the fisheries sector in Mozambique in the project: "Consultancy for the baseline survey on Socio-Economic benefits of artisanal tuna fisheries in Mozambique"; Human health section of the “Climate Vulnerability Background Review for Quirimbas National Park and Primeiras e Segundas Environmental Protected Area”.