Irene Yameogo Ngendakumana, MD, Master in Community Health for the Management of STD and HIV/AIDS programs, MPH


Dr. Yameogo has been a pioneer in prevention of mother to child HIV transmission. She has over 15 years of experience in HIV control and development of strategic policies on prevention and training materials. She has served as an HIV program officer for a national NGO, working to extend HIV treatment and PTMCT at district levels, worked on maternal and child health programs with several in-country community based organizations, and served as HIV focal point consultant with the UNICEF Burkina Office. She has also worked as the principal technical advisor with the National Council Against AIDS in the Republic of Congo under the Global Fund Projects. Dr. Ngendakumana recently graduated from the Humphrey Fellow program at the Rollins School of Health. She looks to create a health and education NGO in Burkina Faso.