Dr. Baye coordinates the National Multisector Program to Combat Maternal, Newborn & Child Mortality in Cameroon. She has worked for more than 20 years in the field including working with institutional funders, foundations and NGOs to scale solutions throughout the country. This includes helping lead a $2.8M outcomes-based Development Impact Bond to implement Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) in Cameroon’s hospitals. Martina has served as the Head of Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Director of Family Health, Director of International Cooperation and Technical Adviser to the Minister of Health. During her tenure as Technical Advisor she represented Cameroon for three years (2011-2014) in the World Health Organization Executive Board. She received her MD from the University Centre for Health Sciences Cameroon an Master of Public Health (MPH) diploma from the Prince Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp-Belgium.