About Katie Baczewski

Katie Baczewski is a Country Program Manager for the Francophone team on the SHOPS Plus project supporting the Madagascar and Haiti programs, and is also a gender focal point. She is an international development professional with five years of experience in the design, monitoring, and management of public health and agriculture projects in Africa and Asia. Her experience ranges from serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Burkina Faso to working with a small women’s health NGO on uterine prolapse in eastern Nepal. Baczewski's background includes grassroots organizing, multi-sectoral approaches, and reproductive health policy research and advocacy. She holds a master’s degree in development economics and gender analysis from Tufts University and a BA in politics from Scripps College.

Expertise

Monitoring and evaluation, gender, family planning, reproductive health, program management 

Country Experience

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Nepal, Nigeria

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