Senior Program Officer, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Saori Ohkubo is a senior program officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. She has significant professional experience in program management, monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) and technical expertise in knowledge management (KM), social and behavior change communication (SBCC), and global health and development-related subjects. She has led and contributed to several KM monitoring and evaluation strategies, guides, and tools for the global health community. She holds an MA in International Development Studies from George Washington University, focusing on international education and policy analysis, and an MBA, focusing on marketing and leadership, from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIPs) are a set of evidence-based family planning practices vetted by experts against specific criteria and documented in an easy-to-use format. The Evaluation of High Impact Practices in Family ...
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