Co-founder and director

Architect with more than 18 years of experience in international projects management, particularly in Morocco and in the health sector. Pascal has managed relevant construction and refurbishment projects of health related infrastructures. He has also coordinated public private partnerships to develop international health strategies and programmes.


Co-founder and director

Senior manager of health care and non-profit organizations and programmes in the fields of hospital management, biomedical research, international cooperation and humanitarian assistance. He has worked with the Barcelona Institute for Global Health, the Barcelona Centre for International Health Research and Doctors Without Borders in the Maghreb, Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa. He coordinates the course on Global Health Management for the Master of Global Health and serves as professor at University of Barcelona and Pompeu Fabra University.


Gender, human rights and health expert

Gender specialist and human rights expert with relevant professional experiences in both public and private sectors in Morocco. Saida served as Director for Family and Women Affairs of the Ministry of Solidarity and coordinated a partnership programme between the Ministry of Education and the European Commission. She coordinates the ANARUZ network of women’s rights associations and collaborates with several civil society organisations.


Medical doctor

Teo is specialist in intensive care and health services management with more than 20 years of clinical and academic experience. He is the director of intensive care and life support of two private hospitals in Madrid and also coordinates a hospital network of emergency care in Southern Europe, Maghreb and Latin America.


Health economist

Xavier is an expert and consultant with more than 20 years of experience in health systems financing and international health programmes management. He has worked with public and private organisations in public health interventions and social interventions in Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Morocco, Argentina, Brazil, Portugal and Spain.


Project manager

Agronomist, with a Diploma in Humanitarian assistance and technologies for human development, with more than 12 years in development projects coordination in the field. She has served in international agencies (EuropeAid, AECID) and non-profits.


Administration and logistics coordinator

Younes has a broad background in human resources management and procurement with government and private sector. He has more than 6 years of experience with health organisations.



Souad has more than 10 years of experience in general and cost accounting, budgeting and managing the day-to-day operations of the office.