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Senior Associate, USAID's End Malaria Project Tyler Williamson
Tyler Williamson currently serves as Senior Program Associate on USAID’s End Malaria project implemented in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He has previously worked on USAID funded projects in Tunisia, Libya, Kenya, and Somalia. Prior to working with USAID funded projects, Tyler was based in Paris, France where he worked on transatlantic security affairs in the Paris office of the German Marshall Fund. He also served as a virtual foreign service intern for the Department of State as a French media analyst for the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs. Tyler holds a master’s degree in international relations and transnational conflicts from Sciences Po Strasbourg in Strasbourg, France and a bachelor’s in international relations and in French from James Madison University.
by Tyler Williamson
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…