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Program Manager Djenie Danjoint

Ms. Danjoint is a Project Management and Global Public Health professional with 10 years of relevant experience working in community health programs, human resources for health and capacity building in malaria programs, and project management across Francophone Africa and Haiti. Ms. Danjoint serves as the Program Manager for Chemonics’ Health Practice within the Global Health Division. During her 5 years at Chemonics, Ms. Danjoint worked on the HRH2030 Program with the National Malaria Control Programs in Chad, Niger, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, and Togo through collaboration with technical advisors in all aspects of project management.

In her current role, Ms. Danjoint supports and leads Health Practice efforts to engage externally through thought leadership, industry participation, publications, and internally through capacity-building and business development. She holds a Master of Public Health in Global Health from Saint Louis University and is a proud returned Peace Corps Volunteer – Morocco.

by Djenie Danjoint

Making The Most of It: Optimizing Human Resources for Health for Family Planning

Human resources for health (HRH) refer to the diverse collective of health workers that drive, manage, and lead health systems. They are doctors, nurses, midwives, community health workers (CHWs), and social workers, but also pharmacists, shop owners, health managers, and educators. This workforce provides health services in various settings, such as hospitals, clinics, offices, virtual…

A New Approach Towards Strengthening Local Capacity and Organizational Leadership

In its final year of implementing the USAID-funded Human Resources for Health in 2030 (HRH2030) Capacity Building for Malaria (CBM) activity, the question of sustainability is looming. Since 2016, the CBM project has embedded long-term technical advisors into National Malaria Control Programs (NMCPs) to strengthen leadership, management, and governance capacity. However, with the program wrapping…