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Communications & Gender Specialist, USAID End Malaria Project Alphonse Ubial Siteke
Alphonse Ubial Siteke is a communications professional with more than 25 years of experience across diverse, multicultural environments. Prior to coming to Chemonics, he served as a Communications Specialist for UNICEF in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Mali, and Gabon, as a Journalism Consultant for InterNews Europe, and as the head of the Communications Department at the National Malaria Control Program in the DRC. Alphonse holds a degree in journalism from the University of Zaire’s Institute of Information Science and Technology in the DRC as well as certificates in health advocacy and communication from the Regional Institute of Public Health in Benin, in population and social development communication from the University of Chicago in the United States, and in advocacy and social marketing from the Academy for Educational Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.
by Alphonse Ubial Siteke
Beyond Bed Nets: How Gender Integration Can Improve Malaria Control
For years, Marthe Ilunga relied on insecticides and nightly mosquito hunting to keep her children from coming down with malaria in her home in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). But success was limited: two of her three children had recurrent fevers, requiring Marthe to regularly seek care for them at the Dilala Health Center…
Chemonics’ Work in Malaria
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