Iliassou Mfochive Njindam, MD, MPH

Dr. Iliassou Mfochive Njindam, MD, MPH, completed his medical training in Niger followed by a Masters of Public Health with concentration in infectious diseases from Johns Hopkins University after several years of clinical practice in West and Central Africa.  After graduating from Johns Hopkins, Dr. Mfochive Njindam spent five years implementing a large key populations research program in multiple cities of Afghanistan funded by the World Bank.  Following completion of this study, he joined the Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins and has been leading epidemiologic and implementation research elements of the Continuum of Prevention, Care and Treatment of HIV / AIDS with Most-at-Risk Population – CHAMP in Cameroon together with Global Viral/Metabiota and Care Cameroon.  With support from USAID and in partnership with the Government of Cameroon, CHAMP aims to improve coverage and retention in antiretroviral therapy (ART) for those living with HIV program implemented in partnership with Cameroonian (CBOs) delivering services for key populations across 13 health districts within 5 regions of Cameroon.

 

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