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Amie Ndong

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Amie is a global health researcher, infectious diseases medical doctor, and public health specialist, with 10 years of experience in low and middle income countries. She worked as a medical doctor in the Senegalese Armed Forces and for two years in the United Nations in Mali and Cote d’Ivoire.

As an advisor in the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) team, Amie works as a knowledge management expert in the Share-Net project and leads the Activation grants of Share-Net International. She was also involved in the RESPECT and Ensemble projects. Furthermore, she is a lecturer in KIT’s French course on SRHR, where she teaches maternal and neonatal health, facilitates the World Champion Game and contributes to the student’s assessment.

She is known for her dedication to improving health and reducing health inequality in all people worldwide, establishing and maintaining excellent communication and relationships, and having excellent research skills with an out-of-box thinking and inclusive approach.

Amie holds a Global Health master’s degree from the Vrije University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and a medical degree from Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar, Senegal.