CHAMP was established as a not for profit organisation in2002
to respond to the growing need for corporate HIV / AIDS programmes within Zambia.
To deliver quality health systems and services to strengthen organisations and community responses through a highly interactive team that uses innovative interventions, linkages and information technology
Rosanna is currently the Chief of Party on the COMETS Project.
CHAMP was established as a not for profit organisation in 2002, to respond to the growing need for corporate HIV / AIDS programmes within Zambia. Initially CHAMP focused on private and public sector organisations workplace policies and programmes, giving particular emphasis on care, support and access to treatment. After working with key businesses within the country, a strategic and innovative model was developed that was then used as a baseline for other business partners. CHAMP started with an initial staff of 2 and with its success has grown to a team of over 70 staff. CHAMP Services Limited currently has vast experience and technical know-how on successful implementation of USAID and other partner projects.
Crispin has academic and professional training that brings out a vital mix of data, research and ICT background required for the full understanding of information generation, management and dissemination. He holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc), in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Zambia as well as a Master of Science (MSc), degree in Computer Science from the University of Salford. At CHAMP Crispin is currently the M & E Advisor on the COMETS Project as well as the Director Systems. He oversees the Learning Network, the 990 Toll free talk line, the Information Technology Department and the Monitoring and Evaluation Department. Crispin is dynamic, loyal and driven by innovative engagement, progressive programs or work environments that engender human development.