Admasu Teketel has worked in different tiers of the health system for the last 12 years, including in hospitals, regional health offices, the Ethiopian Pharmaceutical Supply Agency (EPSA) and the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH). He formerly worked as a director for capacity building and operational research at EPSA.
Admasu has broad experience in pharmaceutical supply chain management, curriculum and module development, training needs assessments, and training provision. He has worked with different pharmaceutical supply chain implementing partners and donors, including Procurement and Supply Management (PSM)/Chemonics, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and John Snow International (JSI). Admasu played a critical role in the development of the national health system monitoring and evaluation framework and in the development of the current ten year-health system transformation plan (HSTP). He has also worked with the London School of Tropical Medicine/Health (LSTM/H) on operational research and coaching analysis of the National Health Management Information System (HMIS).