Population Action International, Washington DC, United States
Bolatito Ogunbiy, MPH
Bolatito has over six years of experience in the nonprofit sector in four sub-Saharan African countries as a Population Health Specialist. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. While working as a Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer with Family Health International on a PEPFAR/USAID-funded program, Bolatito was involved in documentation of quality research including the HIV/STI Surveillance Surveys in Nigeria. Previously, she served as a Young Professional (Nutritionist) of the West African Health Organization with Helen Keller International, Niger, where she assisted in implementing a community-based child survival/nutrition program. Over the years, Bolatito has accrued technical competencies in the planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health and Nutrition programs, particularly in resource-constrained settings. She is a recipient of various scholarships and travel awards including a student research grant from the Gates Institute, John Hopkins University, through the Center for Population and Reproductive Health, University of Ibadan. Bolatito currently serves as an Atlas (Research) Fellow with Population Action International, a Washington DC-based organization that advocates for women and families to have access to contraception in order to improve their health, reduce poverty and protect their environment.
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