Enablers of State Capture in Health: Call for Evidence

Wed 12th Jun 2024
14:00 – 14:00 BST
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Join Transparency International Global Health on Wednesday 12 June, 15: 00 CET/ 09:00 EST for the first webinar in the 2024 series in partnership with USAID.

With our expert panel, we will explore what forms state capture takes in the health sector, what we know (and don’t know!) as to enablers, and what the impact is.



  • Alexandra Habershon is the Program Manager and Global Lead for Anticorruption in the Governance Global Practice of the World Bank. Over the last fifteen years she has helped advance the anticorruption goals of the World Bank, leading global policy engagements and knowledge, analytics, and capacity building initiatives. (Moderator)
  • Liz David-Barrett is a Professor of Governance and Integrity at the University of Sussex, where she is also Director of the Centre for the Study of Corruption. She has worked extensively on high level political corruption and state capture amongst other topics
  • Babatunji Odelola is a seasoned public health practitioner, specializeds in health system strengthening across public health supply chains, laboratory services, and private sector engagement. Currently with USAID Uganda, he previously worked for USAID Nigeria where he led the supply chain team.
  • Andrew Lohsen is an Anti-Corruption and Illicit Finance Advisor at USAID's Anti-Corruption Center (ACC). As a member of the ACC's Technical Leadership and Global Programming team, he serves as activity manager for several work streams related to strategic corruption, grand corruption and kleptocracy and was a focal point for the U.S. co-led Financial Transparency and Integrity democracy cohort.