• Clinical Instructor, Global Health

1107 NE 45th Street, Suite 350
Seattle, WA
United States

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Biography 

Aristide is a Medical Doctor holding an MPH. He as more than 20 years of practice in the Public Health field. Domain of competencies:
• Developing Public Health programs: develop need assessment plan, write proposal, and implement activities
• Monitoring and Evaluation of the program
• Budgetary decisions, including checking accounts, budgetary forecasting and assuring financial system donors requirements
• Ensure adequate staff regulations and staff development procedures are in place
• Supervise program development, monitoring and evaluation including writing an annual work plan
• Ensure the representation of the institution at high levels with the National Government as well as with the International partners
• Coach University of Washington students placed in CI for their MPH thesis

Basic Training:
• Master of Public Health: Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerpen Belgium. 5th September 2008 – 16 July 2009. Topic: Voluntary Counseling and Testing versus Provider Initiated testing and Counseling advantages and inconvenients of each strategy.

Education 
  • MPH (Institut of Tropical Medecine)
  • MD (Training and Unit Research of Medical Science in Abidjan Cote D Ivoire)
Country Affiliations 
Languages 
  • French
Health Topics 
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Maternal Child Health (incl. Reproductive Health)
DGH Centers, Programs and Initiatives and Affiliated Organizations 
Publications 

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) including community mobilization and enhanced care and support: experience from Abidjan, Ivory Coast. M Laga, H Mangle, J M Tanoe, N Shaffer, M Nolan, E R Ekpini, S Z Witkor, A V Noba, H Angoran, D Billy, C Maurice, T Coulibaly-Djeneba

Billy A, Mujaki J, Johnatan S, Rwamahe S, Semo B, Barongo J, Marquez G, Tattevin P. What does “lost to follow-up” mean for patients enrolled in an highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) programme in Africa ? Abstract CDB514, 4th International AIDS Society Conference, Sydney, Australie, 2007.'

E.D. SALLAH / A. B. DOROUX / K. SMITH / S. KISHUMBU / D. KAMARA / N. LUHMANN. Challenges and Outcomes of Decentralization of HIV Treatment and Care Services to Primary Health Care Level in Africa. The Case of Southern Kagera Region (Tanzania): WEPE188.

Influence of the duration of ARV treatment of pregnant women on the risk of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in the context of Option B+ option in Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire. Doumbia Yacouba1, Kouraï Valérie1, Abo Kouamé2, Kouyaté Seydou1,3, Billy Doroux Aristide1,3, Robinson Julia1,3, Granato S Adam1,3, Gloyd Steve1,3, Kone Ahoua1,3

Results from a rapid national assessment of services for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Côte d'Ivoire. S Adam Granato,§*,1,2 Stephen Gloyd,*,1,2 Julia Robinson,1,2,3 Serge A Dali,2,4 Irma Ahoba,5 David Aka,5Seydou Kouyaté,1,2 Doroux A Billy,1,2 Samuel Kalibala,6 and Ahoua Koné1,2