|Clémence DOUMENC-AÏDARA, Project Director
After more than 10 years of coordinating projects in the fields of microfinance, micro-entrepreneurship and micro insurance in more than 12 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Clémence wanted to focus her career in 2015 on health issues. Before taking on the post of ATLAS project director in August 2018, Clémence coordinated, as the head of Médecins du Monde’s mission in Côte d’Ivoire, initiatives aimed at the most vulnerable populations, particularly the women and children under 5, drug users, youth and adolescents.
|Communication and Advocacy Officer|
|Juliette BASTIN, Communication and Advocacy Officer
A graduate in information and scientific communication and technology, Juliette began her career as a journalist specializing in health and social issues, including Science and Nature within the Groupe Jeune Afrique. She then specialized in the information and communication of international organizations involved in the field of health in Africa and collaborated with the program Secure the Future, Sidaction, UNAIDS, and GAVI. After a few years in the private advertising sector, Juliette joined the ATLAS project.
| Administrative and Finance Coordinator
|Sambacor KA, Administrative and Finance Coordinator
A graduate in Business Administration, Sambacor KA took his first steps in auditing before joining Plan International where he spent most of his career. He has held all positions in the Finance Department of the regional office based in Dakar before his experiences in the sub-region including Plan International Mali and more recently Plan International Guinea.
He has developed significant experience in budget management, administrative and financial management, grant management and team management.
|Joseph LARMARANGE, Scientific Coordinator
Demographer in public health at the Institute for Research for Development (IRD), member of the Population & Development Center (Ceped, UMR 196). Co-chair of the scientific sectoral committee “Public health and social sciences” of the ANRS. For 15 years, Joseph Larmarange has been conducting research in Western and Southern Africa in the field of HIV: epidemic estimates, characterization of key populations, screening policies, new prevention tools (TasP, PrEP), HIV / hepatitis integration viral / sexual and reproductive health …
|Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator|
|Papa MOUSSA DIOP, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator
A public health project / program monitoring / evaluation specialist, Dad worked at the National AIDS Alliance, IntraHealth International and Save the Children. Passionate about working in non-governmental organizations, Dad has gained a lot in the implementation of robust monitoring and evaluation systems in the areas of HIV and reproductive health: monitoring and evaluation plans and manuals, quality control procedures, data, operational research, capacity building in monitoring and evaluation.
|Procurement and Supply Coordinator|
|Dr Camille MUDIANI, Coordinateur achats et approvisionnement
A pharmacist and specialist in supply chain management for health products, Dr. Mudiani has worked for several international organizations and in several resource-poor countries. He has developed over the course of his career a solid experience and a mastery of pharmacy, logistics, procurement management related to the fight against disease (TB, HIV, Malaria) and endemics (cholera, poliomyelitis, yellow fever and meningitis), health logistics projects and humanitarian emergencies. He has been involved in strengthening country health systems by developing tools and procedures documents for program support, central purchasing support and laboratory support and quality assurance.
|Research Technical Coordinator|
|Dr Nicolas ROUVEAU, Research Technical Coordinator
A pharmacist specializing in international public health, Nicolas has worked since 2015 in HIV research. After a master’s internship at the NGO Solthis and a thesis as a doctor in pharmacist on the theme of screening key populations in West Africa, he worked for more than 3 years as project manager in the research department. and International Collaborations at the National Agency for Research on HIV / AIDS and Hepatitis (ANRS) in Paris. He then joined the ATLAS team in October 2018 to take care of the technical coordination of the research part of the program based at the IRD in Paris.
|Anthony VAUTIER, Technical Director
Graduated from a Master’s degree in Public Health Sciences (MPH) and an inter-university degree in Applied Statistics for Clinical Research and Epidemiology, Anthony has twenty years of leadership, coordination and technical assistance in the field of public health. international cooperation with disadvantaged populations in precarious and / or marginalized situations. Ten years of more specific engagement on the issue of HIV / AIDS in Africa and Asia.