Program Officer II
Kate Graham is a Reproductive and Sexual Health Research graduate of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Prior to TCI, Kate managed a 46.5 million dollar USAID-funded Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Services (MNCH) Project in Pakistan by monitoring monthly financial expenditures and technical deliverables, and assisting with annual workplan meetings in-country. She also oversaw the day-to-day management of projects in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar by liaising with donors, stakeholders and in-country staff in order to develop quarterly and annual project reports for USAID, GE, and the Packard Foundation. She also collaborated with the Afghanistan leadership team to develop a new project proposal for a five-year, USAID-funded Family Planning, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (FP/MNCH), with the goal of increasing utilization of high-quality FP/MNCH services and scale-up cost-effective interventions.
Prior to Jhpiego, Kate volunteered with the Peace Corps in Zambia where she conducted adolescent reproductive and sexual health trainings for girls ages 15 to 20 in culturally appropriate group sessions, lead healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies and gender-sensitive health services at the facility and community levels, and co-trained 10 community health workers in post-partum family planning, increasing modern methods of contraceptive use throughout the community in 2010.