Regional Monitoring-Evaluation and Learning Expert, IntraHealth International
Mr. Domboe holds a master’s degree in Sociology with a major in Health Anthropology and a master’s degree in Epidemiology. In addition, he holds a Professional Master's degree in Public Health, Population and Health Orientation and a Professional Bachelor's degree in Health Statistics. With more than fifteen years of professional experience in public administration and NGOs, he has been involved in the management, monitoring and evaluation of development programs in general and in the field of health in particular. In addition, he has extensive experience in public health research, including operations research focusing on women, youth, sexual and reproductive health (SRH). In the past, he has held the positions of Director of Statistics at the Ministry of Social Action and National Solidarity in Burkina Faso, Monitoring-Evaluation and Database Coordinator at the Malaria Consortium in Burkina Faso, Monitoring-Evaluation Program Officer at Pathfinder International in Burkina Faso, and is currently the Regional Monitoring-Evaluation and Learning Expert for the Regional Hub Project in Francophone West Africa for Postpartum Family Planning, Nutrition and Essential Newborn Care at IntraHealth International.
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