Stand Out as a Public Health Consultant in Africa: Tips for Structuring Your CV

This article provides tips on how to structure your CV as a public health consultant in Africa to stand out to potential employers and clients. By highlighting key skills and experience, providing evidence of impact, including research and publishing experience, and having good references, you can create a strong and compelling CV that helps you succeed in this competitive field.

12 Common Mistakes to Avoid as a Public Health Consultant in Africa

This article highlights 12 common mistakes to avoid as a public health consultant in Africa. From not delivering on time to using a one-size-fits-all approach, the article covers a range of pitfalls that can undermine the success of public health interventions. This article offers practical advice for avoiding these common mistakes and succeeding in the challenging field of public health consulting in Africa.

How to Thrive as a Public Health Consultant in Africa: 7 Strategies for Success

This article offers valuable insights on how to succeed as a public health consultant in Africa. From developing a deep understanding of the local context to building strong relationships with stakeholders, the article outlines seven strategies that can help consultants make a real difference in communities across the continent. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to enhance your skills, this article offers practical advice for thriving in this important field.

The Water Knows Their Pain

After class and dinner at Les Pensieres Global Health Centre in Veyrier-du-lac, France, I decided to walk back to the Encore Hotel where I was lodging. It was a nice twenty-minute walk and most of the way you could walk right by the boardwalk over Lac d’Annecy (Lake Annecy). It always made for a nice way to end the day with the late sunset…

Africa, Commit To Excellence!

Efficiency, consistency and excellence are things that we as Africans always seem to struggle with. As the world heads more and more towards automation and precision you cannot help but wonder when Africa will catch up. We always seem several steps behind and that translates to a decade or more for most innovations. Simple things seem to fail us. You will be hard-pressed to…