Faculty

Duncan Earle

Duncan Earle
Teaching

Past Core Course:

  • Combining Interventions for Malaria Elimination

Malaria: Breaking the Cycle:

  • Country Application: Lessons Learned and Implications of Scale-up to Elimination in Zambia

Dynamics of Malaria Transmission:

  • Scale up for Control in Zambia

As Director of Country Programs at the Malaria Control and Elimination Partnership (MACEPA)/PATH, Duncan Earle leads a team that works closely with several national Ministries of Health to develop, document, and promote effective national malaria control and elimination programs. With over thirty years working in international development and public health, he has extensive experience managing programs in Africa and Asia, as well as working with global donors and health partnerships to support scale up of national strategies. Prior to working at PATH, he played a key role at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, including helping to set up, implement, and expand its performance-based grant making and oversight architectures. Prior to working at The Global Fund, Mr. Earle’s worked with Population Services International and DKT International. Mr. Earle also pioneered the application of social marketing for AIDS prevention in West, Central, and Southern Africa, designing and managing national social marketing initiatives in more than a dozen countries. Mr. Earle served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Togo, and earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Harvard University.