Didine Kaba is Professor at the Epidemiology and Biostatistics Department of the Kinshasa School of Public Health. She has participated in numerous consultations with the Ministry of Health and its partners as well as with international organizations (such as CDC, USAID, Global Fund, ICF/Measure Evaluation, GAVI) on several topics, including maternal and child health, safety household food, HIV/AIDS, the health system in general, re-emerging diseases such as monkeypox and the Ebola virus. She served as Country Director during five years for the PEPFAR/CDC-funded project at Tulane University in the DRC that focused on technical and scientific support for the strengthening of programs for the prevention, care and monitoring of HIV/AIDS as well as the production of strategic information on HIV/AIDS in the DRC. She is currently the principal investigator of a CDC/Atlanta-funded monkeypox (Monkeypox) project. Didine was a member of the ESPK management committee in charge of academic affairs, and also served as the ESPK Deputy Director in charge of research.
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Didine Kaba, DRC Advisor
Professor, Epidemiology and Biostatistics Department of the Kinshasa School of Public Health