Ms. KIM M. SANWOGOU DRAPCHO, MSc.
Tel. (703) 208-0793 (in Virginia, USA)
Tel. (254) 712-013-137 (cell in Kenya)
Twelve years of field and international experience in nutrition, infant and young child feeding, child survival, food
security/Title II, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, public health, maternal and child health, and primary health care research,
training, promotion and education. Strong educational background in nutrition, breastfeeding, infant and young child feeding
and lactation management, as well as infant feeding for HIV positive mothers coupled with proven skills in program design,
management, social marketing; Behavior Change Communication (BCC); monitoring and evaluation; capacity
building/training and supervision. Experience with United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Global
Fund, World Bank and African Development Bank guidelines. Fluent in French.
Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
Grant Management Solutions (GMS) project (PEPFAR-funded technical assistance to Global Fund Projects)
MIDEGO (Millennium Development Goals) Lomé, Togo
Provided technical assistance to Togo’s Ministry of Health (MOH) to strengthen the country’s monitoring and
evaluation (M& E) system. Worked with a team of international consultants to conduct and facilitate the Global
Fund’s Monitoring and Evaluation Systems Strengthening Tool (MESST) workshop in preparation for Round 8
HIV/AIDS grant signing. Identified M & E strengths and weaknesses and developed a budgeted action plan.
Contributed to writing Togo’s MOH’s M & E plan and edited the document.
Infant and Young Child Feeding Volunteer
May 2008-August 2008
UNICEF Kenya Nairobi, Kenya
Provided overall support to Infant and Young Child Feeding and Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative activities.
Offered infant feeding and HIV technical input for health communications, training, mass media materials and
development of the Code for Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes for implementation in Kenya. Monitored Infant
and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) capacity building activities and
implementation in Provincial hospitals. Coordinated with the nutrition, logistics and supply sections to procure and
mobilize IYCF/BFHI training materials to the field. Interfaced with partners for planning and field visits in four
provinces of Kenya. Provided representational support for UNICEF at various Ministry of Health meetings.
Followed the details of contracts administration.
Lead Evaluation Consultant—Positive Deviance and Nutrition
October 2007-December 2007
Action Contre la Faim (ACF)/ Action Against Hunger (AAH) Kikwit, Democratic Republic of Congo
Developed, adapted and pre-tested Knowledge, Practices and Coverage (KPC) survey instrument. Determined
sample size and selected clusters using randomization. Prepared, trained survey team in qualitative and quantitative
research methods, with an emphasis on the positive deviance approach. Led survey team and conducted Positive
Deviance Inquiry, including anthropometric measurements, nutritional status assessments, identification of positive
deviants and health message development. Worked with cassava (manioc)-rich diets as staple food and konzo
disease. Worked in collaboration with the Mosango Health Zone Health Officials of the Democratic Rep. of Congo.
Evaluation Consultant-- Nutrition, HIV/AIDS and Health
February 2007-April 2007
Africare Zondoma, Burkina Faso
Zondoma Food Security Initiative (ZFSI) II/USAID title II, food security
Evaluated nutrition, HIV/AIDS, low-risk maternity, and potable water interventions. Assessed intervention mix,
sustainability and community mobilization strategy effectiveness. Conducted in-depth interviews, focus groups.
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Wrote and edited report and formulated practical recommendations. Presented findings to various government
officials, partners and program staff.
Lead Evaluation Consultant-- Child Survival
September 2006-October 2006
Tambacounda Healthy Start Program (THSP)/USAID Child Survival Tambacounda , Senegal
Chaired mid-term evaluation team of 14 members. Evaluated interventions in breastfeeding, nutrition, reproductive
health, newborn care, malaria and diarrhea. Conducted in-depth interviews. Interpreted qualitative and quantitative
data from focus groups and Knowledge, Practices and Coverage surveys. Wrote and edited report. Presented results
to Tambacounda and Koumpentoum Health District personnel, USAID, and Africare Senegal.
Lead Proposal Development Consultant--STI/HIV/AIDS, Maternal and Child Health, Child Survival
March 2006 -April 2006
Christian Children’s Fund (CCF) Dakar, Senegal
Community Health Program/USAID Senegal Grant Awarded: US$12.9 million
Developed a USAID Senegal Annual Program Statement (APS) Community Health proposal for a four-member
consortium comprised of the following private voluntary organizations: Africare, Christian Children’s Fund, Plan
and World Vision. Developed innovative approaches to improved community health including expansion and social
marketing of health hut services, strengthened referral system, reduction of socio-cultural barriers, and improved
quality of care through respect of Ministry of Health protocols. Health priority areas included: family planning,
neonatal health, STI/HIV/AIDS, maternal health, breastfeeding, nutrition, micronutrients diarrhea and malaria
prevention and treatment, acute respiratory illnesses, tuberculosis, and female genital cutting/mutilation.
Lead Evaluation Consultant--Nutrition
July 2004-July 2006
Foundation for Mother and Child Health Jakarta, Indonesia
Yayasan Balita Sehat Well Baby Clinic
Supervised Health Educators, evaluated the supplementary feeding and nutrition/health education program for
malnourished children, designed health education materials, developed enriched porridge and nutritious recipes,
developed training materials with culturally-appropriate and tailored messages, trained Community Health Volunteers
(CHV)/kaders in nutrition, optimal breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices, food safety and household
management of childhood illnesses, personal hygiene and environmental sanitation. Worked with rice-rich diets as the
Lead Evaluation Consultant--Nutrition
CARE International Indonesia East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Sustainable Transitional Activities for Health & Agricultural Recovery (STARRH) project
USAID Title II Food Security
Evaluated nutrition, child survival interventions as well as the Positive Deviance methodology. Developed focus
group instruments, conducted in-depth interviews and field visits, collected qualitative data and wrote final report.
Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Education Programs; Health Communication Theories; Health
Education Theories; Behavior Change Communication, (BCC) Information, Education, and Communication (IEC),
Essential Nutrition Actions (ENA); Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods (Survey, Sampling, and Focus
Group methodologies); Intermediate Biostatistics; Intermediate Epidemiology Methods; Training Methodologies for
Developing Countries; Social Marketing; Working with the Media; Gynecological and Obstetrical Problems in
Developing Countries; Program implementation, Malnutrition and Socio-economic Development.
The Lactation Consultant Training Program, May 1998
Lactation Education Resources. Bethesda, Maryland
Kim Sanwogou—Curriculum Vitae 2
Doctorate of Public Health (coursework only)
International Public Health and Nutrition Education and Communication
Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Location: New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)
Master of Science, 1996
The Social Sciences of Food Policy and Applied Nutrition
International Malnutrition and Socio-economic Development, Topical Minor: Health
Tufts University School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Location: Medford, Massachusetts (USA)
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, 1991
Double Major: Anthropology and Africana Studies. Awards: Departmental and thesis honors
Wellesley College . Location: Wellesley, Massachusetts (USA)
? Computer: SPSS, SAS, WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, Excel, Windows, Lotus Notes, Internet, Electronic mail.
? Language: French (Fluent-- reading, speaking, comprehension and writing), English (Native), Haitian Creole and
German (working knowledge).
? Communication: Strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
GEOGRAPHICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE
AFRICA: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of
Congo, Guinea (Conakry), Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Sénégal, Togo.
PRESENTATIONS, REPORTS, AND PUBLICATIONS
1. Sanwogou, K., Bundama, V. Nous n’avons rien sauf rien: Rapport Déviance Positive et Evaluation
Nutritionnelle, Villages de Kipwanga, Mbwedi Fioti, Kikama et Punza I, Aire de santé de Kipwanga, Zone de santé
de Mosango, District de Kwilu,, Province du Bandundu, République Démocratique du Congo, Action Contre La
Faim, Décembre 2007.
2. Sanwogou, K., et al, Zondoma Food Security Initiative (ZFSI II) Mid-term Evaluation Report, Zondoma,
Burkina Faso, Africare/Burkina Faso, April 2007.
3. Sanwogou, K. Mid-term Evaluation of the Tambacounda Healthy Start Program (THSP), Tambacounda,
Senegal, Africare/Senegal, October 2006.
4. Sanwogou, K et al. Health and Nutrition Recommendations for Young Children. Yayasan Balita
Sehat/Foundation for Mother and Child Health/Indonesia, 2005.
5. Sanwogou, K, Sall, G. Final Evaluation of Community Action for Nutrition and Health (CANAH) Child
Survival Project, Christian Children’s Fund/Senegal, October 2002.
6. Sall, G., Sanwogou, K. Final Knowledge, Practices and Coverage (KPC) Report for Community Action for
Nutrition and Health (CANAH) Child Survival Project, Christian Children’s Fund/Senegal, October 2002.
7. Scott, JB, Sanwogou, K. Ouaddai Food Security Initiative Final Evaluation, Africare/Chad, March 2002.
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