Françoise Armand

Françoise Armand

Senior Private Sector Health Advisor

About Françoise Armand

Françoise Armand is a Senior Private Sector Health Advisor on the SHOPS Plus project focusing on the areas of market dynamics for RH commodities and total market approaches to family planning. She is a private sector and health professional with 19 years of experience in market-based approaches to increase access to family planning, HIV/AIDS, and child health products and services. Armand has served on four USAID global private health projects, and provided oversight to USAID’s Uganda Health Initiatives for the Private Sector, CDC’s Public-Private Partnerships in PEPFAR Countries-P3, and DFID’s Zambia Scaling up Family Planning Programme. She holds an MBA from the University of Miami.

Expertise

Public-private partnerships, workplace programs, social marketing, commodity supply chains, service delivery strengthening

Country Experience

Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central Asia Republics, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Jordan, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Morocco, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Suriname, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam, Zambia
 

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