Technical Strategy Lead, MTaPS Program, Francophone Africa
Dr. Seydou Doumbia is based in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. He has 20 years of experience in strategic leadership and management of larger health programs in complex environments, including strengthening health systems and direct assistance to Ministries of Health across Africa. He provided leadership and high-level management in the design and implementation of the most complete supply chain management systems project in PMI- and PEPFAR-focus countries, managing all malaria, HIV and AIDS, and family planning relief supplies from product selection to active distribution to all major health institutions in many developing countries in Africa. Previously, Dr. Doumbia was a Principal Technical Advisor on the MSH led, USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) project. Before rejoining MSH, Dr. Doumbia served for two years as a Senior Supply Chain Advisor in USAID/DRC in the Office of Health. He has a doctorate of pharmacy with a specialization in public health.