Chewe Luo, MD, PhD is a paediatrician and tropical health child specialist. She is the Chief of the HIV/AIDS Section and Associate Director in the Programme Division at the headquarters of UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Fund) in New York. Previously, she was the technical team leader for children and AIDS country programme scale-up and Senior Programme Advisor on HIV and Maternal Child Health for UNICEF. Dr. Luo has over 20 years of experience in HIV and child health as both a clinician and a researcher at the University Teaching Hospital in Zambia, as a clinician in the United Kingdom, and in her work with UNICEF at country, regional, and headquarter levels. Dr. Luo, a Zambian national, has a Masters of Medicine in Paediatrics from the University of Zambia, School of Medicine as well as a Masters in Tropical Paediatrics and a PhD from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool University, School of Medicine, in the United Kingdom. Dr. Luo is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, Scotland.