Marshal Sikandangwa received a diploma in Clinical medicine (Chainama Hills College of Health Sciences - Lusaka, Zambia) in 2002 and a diploma in TB control and epidemiology (Research Institute of Tuberculosis (RIT) - Tokyo Japan )in 2007. In 2017, finished his Degree in Public Health (Texila American University) and in 2019 Masters in Public Health (Texila American University in conjunction with Universidad Central de Nicaragua -UCN)
Marshal started working at a medical clinic in 2002 before moving to the district to coordinator TB and Leprosy program in 2005. The same year (2005), he was promoted to be the provincial coordinator for TB and leprosy the position he had until 2013. In 2013, he worked as provincial TB/HIV liaison Officer until 2017. In 2018, he joined FHI360 and was seconded to the Ministry of Health headquarters as the National Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) Coordinator. He was move to FHI360 national officer in 2019 as national TB/HIV technical officer the position he held until 2020 when he joined Centre for Infectious Disease research in Zambia as MDR-TB coordinator the position he currently holds.
He has passion for TB and has worked in the development of TB materials and capacity building in the country.