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Adama Traore

Adama Traore

Technical Advisor, currently working in Burkina Faso

Adama Traore is a health economist with experience in health financing and universal health coverage. Before joining ThinkWell, he had a career in hospital management as a director, which allowed him to gain expertise in the difficulties related to the provision of quality care. He served as a government delegate of Burkina Faso in charge of the social protection micro-health insurance component at the International Labor Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. He strengthened his skills in national health accounts at the Center de Nouna in partnership with the University of Heidelberg in Germany. In a World Bank project, he acquired expertise in the development, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of financing policies and strategies in health. His expertise was reinforced at an international level by consultancy missions in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Equatorial Guinea to establish universal health coverage systems. At ThinkWell, he is a technical advisor in health financing. He also supports the operationalization of the National Universal Insurance Fund and the free health care policy. He holds a Master in health economics from the Center for Studies and Research in International Development at the University of Clermont Ferrand in France.

"I joined ThinkWell to improve my expertise in the field of social protection and population health for equitable access to quality health care. By integrating a multidisciplinary team that uses an analytical approach and promotes dialogue between partners, I firmly believe that I have the opportunity to implement actions based on scientific evidence to change the well-being of living communities in developing and transition countries."

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