Adam Ahmat

Adam Ahmat

Technical Officer at WHO Regional Office for Africa
 

Currently employed at WHO

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    Summary

    Programme ManagementPopulation censusHuman Resources for health information systemMonitoring & evaluationWebsite management

Experiences

Technical Officer

At WHO

From 2007 to Present
Technical Officer in charge of Africa Health Workforce Observatory to:1. Promote the effective use of the regional Health Workforceobservatory within the context of African Health Observatory2. Analyze data and provide HRH information on trends, use of evidence for policy decision making, networking...
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Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

At UNFPA

From 2006 to 2007
1. Support the development of the new country program, CPAP, Annual work plan and monitoring and evaluation plan;2. Design and develop tools for monitoring and evaluation of programme;3. Design and maintain the data base for monitoring and evaluation of the programme 4. Contribute to enhancing...
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Programme Manager of Population & Development/Gender Strategies

At UNFPA

From 2001 to 2006
1.Responsible of Monitoring and Evaluation of the Population andDevelopment Strategies and Gender programme including Projectsimplementation, preparation of framework and statistical indicators for monitoring and evaluation;2. Develop and implement a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation system...
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Specialist in population & development

At Ministry of planning of Central African Rep

From 1991 to 1995
To supervise activities of the national consultants;To organize relevant missions and workshops ;To participate and assist in drafting of national population policy ;To provide technical assistance in the data processing of the population census,To provide technical assistance in the implementation...
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