Anatole Manzi, MPhil, MS
Lecturer, Faculty of Global Health Delivery
Anatole Manzi, MPhil, MS is the Director of Clinical Practice and Quality Improvement at Partners In Health (PIH) with over fifteen years of clinical and public health experience in resource-limited settings. In his current role, Mr. Manzi liaises with PIH-supported countries to develop and implement safety and quality improvement strategies and strengthens the integration of quality management with clinical practice. He also maintains relationships and engages with other partners including academic and non-academic global health organizations to support the design, implementation, evaluation and dissemination of best practices in patient safety and systems improvement.
Previously, Mr. Manzi served as the Director of Global Learning and Training at PIH. In this role, he oversaw the development of clinical guidelines and tools essential for PIH-supported countries to deliver high quality care. Prior to his cross-site roles, he designed and directed the Mentorship, Enhanced Supervision for Healthcare and Quality Improvement (MESH-QI) program, an innovative approach that led to dramatic improvements across core clinical domains. He also served as a member of Rwanda’s National Maternal and Child Health and HIV mentorship technical working groups. His MS has focused on Directly-Observed Therapy of Tuberculosis. Mr. Manzi is also a PhD candidate whose MPhil and PhD research focused on measuring the effect of an integrated mentorship and quality improvement program on the quality of maternal and child health care delivery in rural Rwanda.