i4Life Nutrition Management Team Zambia – Ireland

Maura Moran

Maura Moran RGN.RM.RPHN.BN (Hons) MSc Hons LLM Hons International Human Rights Law.
Voluntary CEO of i4Life CHS

Co- Founder and voluntary CEO of i4Life an NGO providing care to children and
provision of Primary Health Care Services in Zambia.


Registered PHN,RM,RN  Dual masters qualified including  Masters in International
Human Rights Law, with 30 years professional experience.


Extensive training and teaching experience. Doctoral Candidate at the UCD
(Submission of thesis in September,2023.

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Dr Kevin Connolly
Voluntary Director of i4Life

Dr Kevin Connolly is a retired Paediatrician. Kevin has developed Immunisation Training Programme. Member of NIAC (National Immunisation Advisory Committee Ireland) on which he chairs the Paediatric sub-committee. Kevin is a member of the Advisory Committee for Human Medicines of the Irish Medicines Board and the Irish Representative on the Paediatric Committee of the European Medicines Committee. Kevin is Medical Director of i4Life since its inception, he travels to Zambia three times a year and attends weekly management meetings with the Zambian team.
Katherine Farrell

Katherine Farrell

Katherine has volunteered with i4Life since its inception and has traveled extensively to Zambia and Uganda to volunteer in i4Life Nutrition clinic. Committed to sustainable education, Katherine is a Public Health Nurse and Midwife.
Grace Banda Mushibwe

Grace Banda Mushibwe

Country Coordinator Zambia

RN. OTN. OPHTHALMIC NURSE. EMERGENCE & CRITICAL. NGO MGT. PROJECT MGT. MSc INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION & HUMANITARIAN AID. PROFESSIONAL MSc IYCF.

Grace is the in country coordinator for i4Life in Zambia. Grace oversees the day to day running of the public health care clinic and nutrition clinic.

Wilson Kirabira

Wilson Kirabira
Nutritionist and Public Health Specialist

Wilson works on our project in Uganda alongside Adraa Agricultural College (AAC) and Offaka subcounty where we work to save lives of malnourished children in Uganda’s most chronically food insecure regions.

Wilson coordinated a team of nutritionists and social scientists from Zambia, Ireland and Uganda to develop a learner friendly nutrition curriculum. Implementing the curriculum will build capacity of several AAC students, community facilitators and communities to cope, adapt and thrive in the face of climate related crisis food insecurity and malnutrition shocks.