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Gregory Kabadi
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Gregory Kabadi Member

Last update: Sep 9, 2022 Last update: 09 Sep, 2022

Details

Citizenship: Tanzania
Languages: English, French, Swahili
Highest Degree: Ph.D
Experience: 25 years
Sectors: Health, Youth, Monitoring & Evaluation, Statistics, Water & Sanitation, Programme & Resource Management, Research Health, Youth, Monitoring & Evaluation, Statistics, Water & Sanitation, Programme & Resource Management, Research
Gender: Male
Address: 23 Ursino Street, Mikocheni A, 14112, Kinondoni Municipality, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Phone: +255782127575
Cellphone: +61450852931
Website: tawi.co.tz
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About

Greg brings carries:

  • Multi-sectoral, strategic, and analytical international development professional with 25 years of experience encompasing designing, implementing, and leading multimillion-dollar programs in public health (CDs, NCDs) that include surveys, research, M&E, Civil Registration and Vital Statistics, and WASH.
  • Effective communication between multilateral (UN agencies, DFID, USAID, Swiss DC, AusAID), global donors (World Bank), NGOs (WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA), CSOs, researchers, technical partners, government agencies/ministries, medical staff, faith communities, and vulnerable populations.
  • Extensive experience leading cross-functional teams and research projects with an outcome-focused approach that prioritized knowledge transfer, capacity building, evidence-based best practices, benchmarks, and moving theories to pragmatic implementation – all to ensure health empowerment, transparency, accountability, and sustainability. 
  • With a Ph.D in public health (Epidemiology) and MPH, a Post Graduate Diploma in Computing, and an intensive World Bank Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) course from Carleton University, Canada. Results-focused, detail-oriented, and accomplished professional with repeated success providing oversight, direction, and expertise to management and execution of a variety of public health projects and initiatives.