Ados is a Senior Technical Advisor at the IBP Network Secretariat. In that role, Ados provides technical leadership engaging the network member organizations on a variety of issues such as documenting effective practices in family planning, dissemination of high-impact practices (HIPs), and knowledge management. Prior to IBP, Ados was based in Johannesburg, as a regional advisor for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, supporting a number of member organizations in Southern Africa. He has over 20 years of experience in international public health program design, technical assistance, management, and capacity building, focusing on HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health.
In early 2020, the WHO/IBP Network and Knowledge SUCCESS Project launched an effort to support organizations in sharing their experiences using High Impact Practices (HIPs) and WHO Guidelines and Tools in Family Planning and Reproductive ...
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