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IT Specialist, USAID End Malaria Project Remy Ngoy

Remy Ngoy is an IT Specialist who oversees campaign digitalization activities for USAID’s End Malaria Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he also acts as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist. Previously, Remy was the Monitoring and Evaluation and IT Assistant for the ACCELERE 1 Project. He also worked on the TCE-Tongo-Nzoto Project, focusing on HIV/AIDS, which was financed by the US CDC and PEPFAR and piloted by Humana People to People in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Remy holds a degree in IT Informatics, Systems Management, and Design from the Kinshasa Institut Supérieur de Statistique as well as certificates in Monitoring and Evaluation, Data Analysis, Programming, Computer Maintenance, and IT Network Management.

by Remy Ngoy

Democratic Republic of the Congo: Widening the Net of Data Capture for Improved Digital Health

Strengthening the quality of services, data, and disease surveillance systems — digital health — is key to achieving universal health coverage and health equity. In countries such the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), poor infrastructure and limited access to communication systems complicate progress on digital health and necessitates extra measures. This is why, in…