Technical Advisor, HIV & Malaria
Elodie Brandamir is an experienced health programme consultant who has worked on Malaria, HIV and health programmes for 15 years.
A skilful programme manager, and trained economist, she has experience in private sector engagement, public-private partnerships, strategic planning and budgeting, evaluations as well as contract and financial management. She has worked on malaria, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, value for money, and health systems strengthening.
Since 2013, Elodie has provided support to the DFID-funded South Sudan Health Pooled Fund programme, specifically the Health System Strengthening component. She develops contract negotiations and liaisons with in-country and regional stakeholders. Elodie is responsible for management of sub-contracted organisations, strategic planning and budgeting, monitoring and evaluation framework development and technical assistance to the health system work stream.
In 2016, Elodie evaluated the Ghana Safe Abortion Action Fund (SAAF) Project using a literature review of the abortion context and SAAF projects in Ghana, a field visit using participatory evaluation techniques, and meetings with national stakeholders. She was responsible for management of local consultants and report writing, including recommendations.
Between 2011 and 2013, Elodie was the Senior Programme Manager for Health Partners International. She was responsible for programme management of several health programmes such as the Malaria Action Programme for States in Nigeria (MAPS), the multi-country Mining Health Initiative and the South-Sudan Health-Pooled Fund (HPF).
Between 2007 and 2010, Elodie was the Operations Director for Health Partners International for the Medicines Transparency Alliance Secretariat. Here, she was responsible for managing the META International Secretariat, which is an alliance of partners working to improve access to medicines by increasing transparency and accountability in the healthcare market. Elodie led the set-up of the international secretariat and national units in seven countries, and in liaison with national and international stakeholders.
Before this, Elodie worked at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance as the Project Support Officer for the Africa Team. She was responsible for the coordination of the regional programme implementation for STI/HIV prevention with men having sex with men in North Africa, including design and implementation of annual work plans, as well as programme and financial monitoring and reporting.