Didier Mbayi Kangudie
USAID West Africa
Didier Mbayi Kangudie, MD, MPH
Senior Regional Health Advisor, USAID West Africa
Dr Didier Mbayi Kangudie is a Medical Doctor of Congolese origin with Public Health degree currently serving as Senior Regional Health Advisor at USAID West Africa mission. He has over 20 years’ experience in clinical, public and global health with program design, implementation and evaluation skills. Perfectly bilingual (French and English), he has worked in central and southern African settings. He has attended a number of research and M&E courses including: USAID mandatory courses, the Measure Evaluation Certificate course on Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS programs, and the Methods in Epidemiologic, Clinical and Operations Research (MECOR). In addition to the regular M&E of the several projects he has managed, he has also participated and co-authorized a summative evaluation of an HIV/AIDS treatment projects in 2 pilots sites in Namibia and Zambia. He is currently managing a regional portfolio of more than USD 5 million annually in Sexual Reproductive Health, Family Planning, MNCH, private sector engagement and mobile technology for health across 6 countries in West Africa.
- Van der Veen F, Mugala-Mukungu F, Kangudie M, Feris A, Katjitae I, Colebunders R. Antiretroviral treatment in the private sector in Namibia. Int J STD AIDS. 2011 Oct;22(10):577–80.
- Kangudie DM, Gorases LH. Clinical and Immunological Response of HIV/AIDS Patients Receiving Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) at Nyangana Mission Hospital in Namibia. International Journal of Ecology & Development. 2013 Jun 26;26(3):10–36.