National University of Rwanda, Netherlands
National University of Rwanda
During her medical study at Maastricht University, Netherlands, she developed a strong interest in health care in the developing world. After completing her degree in tropical medicine International health from the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp she focused her interest on PHC and medical professional education in Africa. In 2006 she started working in a clinical officers training college in Tanzania and in 2008 she returned to Belgium where she worked at Ghent University, as the coordinator of Primafamed on the development of family medicine training in sub Saharan Africa. In 2010 she started working in Rwinkwavu district hospital, Rwanda, for Partners In Health as the local coordinator for the FAMCO (family medicine and community health) residency training from the National University of Rwanda. She is primarily interested in researching the key factors in the recruitment, training and retention of doctors in PHC in Africa and the role of family medicine in the African health care systems.
I am primarily interested in researching the key factors in recruitment, training and retention of doctors in family medicine in Africa and the role of family medicine in the African health care systems. I enjoy travelling around the world. I have always been interested in experiencing other cultures and meeting people with different backgrounds, life visions and interests. Photography helps me to bring this home with me and to share my experiences with other people. I am an active person and like doing sports as athletics, capoeira, acrobatics, hiking and swimming. Since I was young I have played the violin and viola and I have been playing in several orchestras.