Nadine Ferris France, IFGH Operations Director
Nadine has over 20 years experience working internationally on global health issues. She worked as a Technical Officer with the World Health Organization on the issues of HIV and AIDS, violence against women, gender and reproductive health. Based in South Africa and Chiang Mai, Thailand, she co-founded Health and Development Networks (HDN) – www.hdnet.org, an international NGO focused on improving the quality of communication, information, advocacy and dialogue on HIV and TB-related issues. During this time, she has provided consultancy support on evaluation, programme and strategy development to a wide range of players including various UN agencies and international and local NGOs.
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Alex Bartoloni, Professional Intern
Alex Bartoloni is a candidate for an MSc in Development Practice from Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. In the summer of 2012 he conducted research on the "Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours with regards to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Nyaruguru, Rwanda." He has a Bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Colorado and has experience working in research, health and development, international relations, and education.
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Rinette Reimer is a recent graduate of the MSc in Global Health Programme at Trinity College Dublin. Her thesis is entitled “Reproductive health care services and youth in informal settlements in Kenya”. She also holds a BA in Psychology and a postgraduate diploma in International Health. She has global health experience volunteering in South Africa, Uganda, India, Sri Lanka and Haiti. Her main areas of interest are humanitarian aid and communicable diseases.
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