Dan Twizelimana is a trained Physician and a public health expert with a passion for improving quality of healthcare through health care policies that promote wellbeing for disadvantaged and eliminate health inequities. He has worked in Sub-Saharan Africa as a Physician focusing on Pediatrics and child health for more than 5 years with clinical and research interest in infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS specifically in HIV treatment of adolescents and prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) programs, malaria, and tuberculosis. He is an experienced healthcare quality data analyst inspired by improving operational research, data quality control and improvement of data use in decision making. He is interested in studying how global systems can deliver high quality healthcare to achieve the maximum outcomes and impact of health systems. Healthcare should not be a privilege; it is a basic human right.