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George Nkhoma Registered Nurse Midwife, Chitipa District Hospital, Malawi

George Nkhoma is a Registered Nurse Midwife licensed by the Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi with extensive experience in Midwifery. He is currently a nurse midwife officer, safe motherhood coordinator and maternity unit Matron at Chitipa district hospital and the secretary general for the Association of Malawian Midwives with six years of clinical experience.

George is passionate about reproductive health and desires to enhance a positive motherhood/parenthood experience. Having been born from a woman who died giving birth to him, saving lives is his passion. George possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and Midwifery from Mzuzu University.

“I believe I am an instrument for advocacy and capacity development to advance positive and enabling environment for access, utilization and optimization of healthcare for all, specifically vulnerable populations like mothers, new-borns and adolescents.”

Meet George Nkhoma, Registered Nurse Midwife, Chitipa District Hospital, Malawi

Alissa Hsu Lynch Franchise Vice President

DePuy Synthes, Switzerland

"To address the world’s most pressing issues, I strongly believe that we need to empower and support the next generation of leaders.  Being a coach is not about making choices or solving problems for George, but about listening, and then drawing on my own relevant experiences, tools and network to enable him to find the path forward that works best for him. I’m so inspired by the passion and initiative of these young change makers and hope that by sharing my knowledge and insights, I can help accelerate the positive change they’re making on the world."