Matthew LeBreton leads Mosaic's efforts to support government, NGOs and private sector to implement projects and programs. He has been working on research, institutional development and training programs in Cameroon for over 15 years. He has a broad experience in planning and executing research protocols, designing and implementing trainings and workshops and putting in place sustainable technology transfer. Matthew has successfully led programs focusing on biodiversity, landscape management, public health, community engagement, biosecurity and infrastructure development. He has authored close to 100 scientific papers, two books on fauna of Cameroon and has also worked in numerous other central and west African countries and in Asia and Australia.
Moctar is in charge of planning, implementing and coordinating the USAID Emerging Pandemic Threats PREDICT 2 project in Cameroon. He is a researcher and senior lecturer in animal health and graduated from the Veterinary School of Dakar (EISMV) as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, holds a Masters in Management of Animal Resources from SupAgro, Montpellier (France) and a PhD in Biotechnology and Animal Production from Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar (Senegal). Moctar has 8 years of experience in designing and implementing animal health and production research projects in collaboration with farmers, NGOs, research institutions and government agencies in west and central Africa.
Derin oversees reporting, training and M&E activities for PREDICT 2 activities in Cameroon. He is also developing and implementing safe and standard operating procedures for the various project activities. He holds an Degree in Environmental Engineering from the University Institute of Technology, Ngaoundere, Cameroon (IUT). He has experience in Industrial Hygiene, Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems over the past 6 years working in Cameroon within the brewing, transport, logistics and oil and gas sectors as an HSE professional.
Brice is responsible for financial affairs at Mosaic, he is in charge of accounting, taxation, management, control and personnel. He has a Masters in Accounting and Audit Control from the Institute Universitaire de la Cote and has 9 years experience in accounting, taxation, audit and control. He has worked as a financial and administrative manager in the agricultural sector and has been in charge of accounting and control in companies in the education, real estate and professional services sectors.
Nono has worked for over 15 years as a specialist of the Cameroon fauna: large mammals, reptiles and amphibians in particular. He has combined research and community engagement to leverage conservation outcomes for highly threatened amphibians in Cameroon. He has undertaken biodiversity surveys and impact assessments for NGOs, mining, oil and gas projects in central and West Africa and has contributed to describe several species of amphibians. Nono holds a PhD in Applied Zoology from the University of Yaoundé I in biogeography of wildlife in Cameroon.
Marius is an environmental law specialist and works in diverse domains related to governance, sustainable development and management of natural resources in Cameroon and central Africa. He is author of four books and three legal reviews analyzing the legal frameworks of wildlife management and in particular the gaps between creation and application of texts. Marius holds a PhD from the Université de Versaille St Quentin en Yvelines, France.
Blaise provides accounting, taxation and control services for Mosaic. He has worked for over 10 years as an accountant in Yaounde, Cameroon for companies in the construction, importation and professional services sectors. He holds a Brevet de Technicien Superieur in Accounting from the Institut Universitaire de Technologie FOTSO Victor, Bandjoun, Cameroon.
Jarvis holds a DVM from the University of Ngaoundéré, Cameroon. He has qualitative and quantitative research skills through his work on foot and mouth disease and worked on the Disease Ecology and Computer Modeling Laboratory project in the Far North Region of Cameroon, and the pilot behavioral phase of PREDICT 2. Jarvis focuses on management of common and emerging zoonotic, food borne and transboundary pathogens of domestic animals and wildlife and their implications for human health and trade in animals and animal products.
Larissa is an Medical Doctor and graduated from the Institut Supérieur de Technologie Médicale in Yaounde. She has worked as an intern and generalist at the Hôpital Central de Yaoundé, Fondation Chantale Biya, Hôpital Régionale d’Edéa and the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Yaoundé (CHUY).
Facilitator and trainer, Dr Raboanarijaona has a Doctorate in Management Sciences from the Institut d'Administration d’Entreprise de Poitiers, France. He has 30 years of professional experience, including in strategic planning and management and conflict management in numerous domains including governance, civil society, land titles, real estate, health, tourism and environment. In Cameroon he has worked with private sector companies, government and international NGOs.
Hervé has a Masters in Political Science (International Relations) from the University of Douala. He has worked as a consultant with numerous private sector companies and agencies including GIZ, TRADEX, JICA, UNDP, and the World Bank on education, organizational development, professional development and refugees.
Jean-Hilarion graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Agronomique du Cameroun (ENSA) in 1987. He has extensive experience in program management, conservation, forestry inventories, environmental impact assessment procedures, community engagement, reforestation and has worked with government, parastatal organisations, NGOs and bilateral cooperation organisations.