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Academic and Professional Achievements
(From/To) Institutions Qualification Points
2011-2013 Bugema University,School of Graduate studies,Kampala Campus MPH GPA:3,19
2005-2007 Universitѐ Ouverte Campus du Nork KivuBachelors Degree with Honours (Ao) in Public Health Average: 65.1%
1999-2004 Kigali Health Institute(KHI) A1 Advanced Diploma in General Nursing Average: 65.2%
1990-1996 Rambura Secondary School (GS de Rambura (G)) A2 in Biology and Chemistry Average: 67%
1982-1989 Kigeyo Primary School Primary Average: 82.7%

2013: Bugema University
Contraceptive side effects management and family planning acceptance among women in Rubavu District,Kampala,2013
2007: At University Ouverte Compus of North Kivu
Family planning influence in Secondary School fees Payment in Rural Area in Rutsiro, Goma; 2007.
2004: At Kigali Health Institute :
Financial accessibility evaluation on curative care in Gisenyi hospital, Gisenyi; 2005.
Project Development
• Lead person in development of project concepts and proposals.
• In Liaison with other Outreach managers I plan, implement and reporting project activities.
• Support Outreach disasters in coordination of training, meetings and other forums.
• Conduct supervisory visits to Outreach projects sites as required.

3.4. Other Work Experience
2005 - 2008: Health Centre Responsible of Musasa in Rutsiro District, Western province/Rwanda
2000 – 2004: President of Technical Committee of HIV-AIDS Club in Kigali Health Institute (KHI)
2004 - 2005: Teacher of Secondary School of health sciences of Gisenyi and Training Teacher at UNILAK University in General Nursing
October 2000:Conduct Qualitative Survey on Sexual Behaviour to Youth in the whole country; HIV-AIDS Club of Kigali Health Institute(KHI).
December 2002 – 2003: Done a Project financed by World Health Organisation in collaboration with the Rwanda Ministry of Health
“Starting Health mutual in health District of GISENYI”

3.5. Capacity Building Activities Planned and Implemented
 Training on HIV-AIDS program, management and counselling;
 Training on Malaria, STI and Tuberculosis
 Training on epidemic management
 Training on health institutions management
 Training of National trainers on family planning and reproductive health
 Training on health data collection and management
 Training on coordination of health workers activities
 Training on Gender( a development perspectives, mainstreaming, frameworks for gender analysis and planning)
 Training for trainers for anti Gender based violence,
 Training on anti Gender based violence club management
 Training on psychosocial medical care of youth victims of sexual abuse and interfamily violences
 Training on Rights of people living with HIV
 Database performance based financing management (BDDPBF)
 Driving Licence with B category.

4. Language spoken

Language Speaking Writing Leading Listening
French Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
English Good Good Good Good
Kinyarwanda Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent

5. Computer skills

Word Excellent
Excel Excellent
Powerpoint Excellent
Access Good
Internet Excellent

My Passions: 
Health for all
My Challenges: 
Participating in international seminar and training on health or environment
My Vision for the Future: 
Population well Healthly and productive
My Areas of Expertise: 
Health/environment especially family planning and reproductive health
My Languages: 
French, English

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