Brima Victor Kamara aka Camma is the Deputy Director General of the National Civil Registration Authority (NCRA). Brima is an experienced and result-oriented Community and Public Health Professional and System Strengthening Specialist with an advanced degree in Public Health(MPH). His professional career span over 25 years working with The Ministry of Health, Humanitarian International Non-Governmental Organisations and UN Agencies(MSF-Belgium, MSF-France, CARE Int. World Vision, International Medical Corps, Planned Parenthood Association Marie Stopes, UNFPA, Cordaid and ICAP) in advancing local and global context for improved public health administration and governance through Right -Based Approach.
Brima was recruited as staff of the NCRA in April 2019 as Head(Deputy Director) of the Directorate of Births and Deaths. He served as Principal Assistant to the Director General of the NCRA on Births and Deaths administration, management and programming.
Brima has successfully implemented large and complex multi-donor funded (EU, DFID, USAID&KFW, WB, ADB, Global Fund) projects in emergencies and post-conflict resource limited environments in the Mono River Basin (Sierra Leone, Liberia & Guinea) among which include, HIV Cross Border Initiative with Migrant Population, Community Based Primary Health Care (PHC) interventions using the Bamako Initiative Model, Adolescent and Youth Programs, Maternal &Child Health (MCH), Scaling Up Surveillance Systems and Contact Tracing to Support Ebola Response and Saving Lives Project through government institutions and NGOs. Has proven competencies in managing multi-donor funds and reengineering systems using The WHO Model of Health System Building Blocks for improved Service Delivery.
Working with different Institutions in a multicultural environment has broadened his knowledge and skill in providing strategic leadership and managing multi-donor funded programmes with high impactful results and accountability.