Chief of Party - Francophone West Africa
Mamadou Kandji is a doctor and a public health specialist with twelve years of experience as a health district chief medical officer. His main responsibilities included coordination of socio-sanitary activities, management and mobilization of resources (human, material and financial), planning and development of district annual work plans (AWPs), development of health information system management by ensuring data availability, the processing and analysis of data for decision-making, and the continuous training of health workers, including their monitoring, supervision and evaluation.
Dr. Kandji joined Intrahealth International in 2019 as the Regional Program Manager responsible of the implementation of high-impact practices for The Challenge Initiative (TCI) in Francophone West Africa. Over the past several years, Dr. Kandji has gained considerable experience in implementing the TCI model in Francophone West Africa.
He obtained his medical degree and a Master’s in Public Health from the Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, Senegal, and a university degree in epidemiology from the University of Bordeaux 2 in France.