CAMPHIA is the HIV population-based survey in Cameroon, implemented by ICAP and the country’s Ministry of Public Health to assess the impact of Cameroon’s HIV response at the national level and guide future investments and programs. ICAP’s past work in Cameroon focused on reducing perinatal transmission of HIV and increasing access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV-infected women and their families.
ICAP IN CAMEROON
Key Technical Areas
- Capacity building of educational institutions
- Health information systems
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Population-based surveys
- Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV
- Quality improvement Surveillance
- PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Dr. Ebogo Mbezele Mesmey
Dr. Ebogo Mbezele Mesmey is ICAP’s country director in Cameroon and a specialist in HIV/AIDS and prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT). He has extensive experience in national level policy development and strategic planning, grant development, program management, monitoring and evaluation, and operational research. Prior to joining ICAP, Dr. Ebogo was a PMTCT program manager in Cameroon’s National AIDS Control Commission, where he focused on results-based program management, data analysis and data quality control for Global Fund activities, including technical assistance and institutional capacity building of local recipients. Dr. Ebogo is a medical doctor and holds a diploma in public health and health promotion, as well as a certificate in management in health from the World Bank Institute.