Ghislaine Ouedraogo-Ametchie is an African social scientist with over ten years of experience working in health policy advocacy, strategic partnership building and research management in reproductive maternal newborn child and adolescent health. At GBCHealth, Ghislaine contributes to engaging African and European multinationals in strategic partnerships across Africa for the achievement of its demographic dividend.
Prior to joining GBCHealth, Ghislaine worked with the Averting Maternal Death and Disability Program (AMDD) at Columbia University. While there, she contributed to health system strengthening by facilitating national facility assessments to determine the availability, accessibility and quality of emergency maternal and newborn care services.
Prior to joining AMDD, Ghislaine worked as an international consultant, designing and building in-country capacity to implement and lead adolescent girl programs in Francophone West Africa and the Caribbean. She worked with the UN Foundation, the International Rescue Committee, the Population Council and AmeriCares. Her prior experience also includes policy advocacy and international public-private partnership building on HIV/AIDS, PMTCT and access to treatment and diabetes.
Ghislaine has a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Minnesota, is originally from Burkina Faso and currently lives in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
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