Born in Mali and now based in Chicago, Illinois, Moussa Kone is a Medical Doctor with over nine years of experience working in the humanitarian health sector. Moussa earned his medical degree at the Medical Institute of Camaguey in Las Tunas, Cuba, and then became a specialist in Family Medicine at the Latin American School of Medicine. Later, Moussa went on to complete his Master in Public Health Administration and Policies at the University of Illinois. Moussa has worked with Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and other NGOs in the Central African Republic, Chad, Cuba, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, and Niger. During the pandemic, Moussa started a new pediatric assignment in Liberia, Monrovia as the Project Manager Referent, in charge of coordinating all medical activities in the project. His most recent mission was in Kenya, at Homabay County Hospital in a high burden HIV context in addition to COVID-19 where, as a medical team leader contributed to the achievement and sustaining the 90-90-90 strategy gains and implementing COVID-19 management system at a county hospital with MSF. Also, Moussa led the implementation of a community-based chronic diseases project, which decentralizes access to care in underserved communities and builds the capacity of medical staff, to avoid later complications.