Mehdi Magha (pictured) formerly served as deputy director at Doctors Without Borders Belgium. Handout photo
Handicap International Luxembourg announced on Tuesday the nomination of Mehdi Magha as its new director.
Magha, who succeeds Martin Lagneau who held the role for 13 years, previously co-directed fundraising activities for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) Belgium.
In a press statement, Magha state that his aims in the new role are supporting the most vulnerable individuals, including in their fair access to care and health services and information, all of which “have deep meaning for me and I would strive to achieve with my entire team”.
Handicap International Luxembourg, a non-profit which has been working with individuals with disabilities since 1997, currently counts some 20 employees.