Nadine Muller is a trustee of Ärzte für Madagaskar and president of the sister charity in Luxemburg, Médecins pour Madagascar. In both charities, she works on fundraising and communications.
Julius Emmrich has been the chairman of Ärzte für Madagaskar since 2011. He works as an assistant neurologist and as a researcher in neurology at the Charité hospital in Berlin.
Karin Steinecke, born and raised in the Harz mountains near Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt, is a trustee of Ärzte für Madagaskar. She works as a doctor in anaesthesia and intensive care at the hospital of Quedlinburg.
Birgitta Fink has been working for Ärzte für Madagaskar as its treasurer since its foundation. She is a business economist.
Lotti Krings is a trustee of our sister charity in Luxemburg, Médecins pour Madagascar, and is involved mostly in fundraising and communications.
Midwife Larissa works as part of the medical staff on the ambulance and in addition takes part in sensitisation campaigns informing the population on how to have a safe and healthy pregnancy/delivery.
Micheline joined Doctors for Madagascar as a graduate from the midwifery school in Fort Dauphin. She has also earned her degree in obstetric ultrasound in 2018 and has been running the mobile ultrasound clinics in the communal health centres around Manambaro ever since.
Dr Mahery Rebaliha has been our medical coordinator in Manambaro ever since September 2017.
Dr Rinja joined Doctors for Madagascar in February 2017. This young physician is highly motivated to improve the health care system of his home country to serve his people.
Jeannot is project coordinator in the Madagascan capital of Antananarivo. Ever since October of 2016, he has been coordinating the Maternal Health Project.