Mamadou Alimou Barry

Mamadou Alimou Barry, PharmD, MPH, MSc is a Senior HIS Specialist at MEASURE Evaluation/JSI, with more than 25 years of experience on health systems and health information systems in Africa, particularly with USAID, the CDC Atlanta and the Canadian Cooperation (CIDA/CCISD) funded projects. His main areas of activity during these years were programs evaluation and capacity building in the areas as diverse as the HIV surveillance, Health Information Systems, STDs control and prevention and the monitoring and Evaluation of USAID implementing partners particularly in Guinea, Mali, Ivory Coast, Burundi, Niger and Haiti. A former teacher and a public health professional, Barry has led MEASURE Evaluation efforts to develop and teach both the Monitoring and Evaluation and the Routine Health Information course in francophone countries. He provides technical backstopping to and has conducted RHIS performance assessments using PRISM tools in several African countries like Cote d’Iivoire, Mali, Burundi, Guinea, and Niger, and assisted the ministry of health in Haiti in conducting national HIS assessment after the earthquake. He also led the Guinea assessment on the Ebola related implications on RH and MCH service delivery and utilization. Under the Technical Support Partnership Project, he coordinated Health Metrics Network activities in Francophone Africa.

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