Senior Measurement and Learning Technical Advisor, IntraHealth International
Sujata Bijou has spent over fifteen years in international program design, monitoring, quality improvement, evaluation, and field research. Sujata currently works as a Senior Measurement and Learning Technical Advisor at IntraHealth International supporting the projects in West Africa. Sujata is skilled at collaborating with and providing technical assistance to international agencies, ministries of health, NGOs, and local organizations. She has strong analytical and communication skills including four foreign languages (French, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, and Malagasy) and significant computer packages (SPSS, Stata, Access, and HTML).
The INSPiRE project is introducing integrated performance indicators into policy and practice in francophone West Africa.
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