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Dr. Touré Aïssa Haïdara
Dr. Touré Aïssa Haïdara
Touré Aïssa Haïdara
is a doctor, a researcher and a project coordinator. She has a general medical degree which she obtained in Mali and an epidemiology degree which she obtained in Paris.  In addition to having over 20 years’ experience working with NGOs such as Oxfam and OneWorld, Dr. Touré has coordinated several projects on HIV/AIDS, excision and sexual and reproductive health. She joined the OneWorld team in 2012 to coordinate the "Learning About Living" project (or "InfoAdoMali”) and has worked with Oxfam on the “My Rights, My Voice” program. Dr. Touré also contributed to the development of the ClickInfoAdo e-learning platform. 

Dr. Touré’s medical and programmatic experience includes working with specific populations such as people living with HIV and high-risk HIV populations. She is a member of the Women Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) and Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML) and has worked on programs financed by the World Bank, USAID, the Global Fund and Oxfam.

Dr. Touré Aïssa Haïdara currently represents the OneWorld organization in Bamako, Mali.


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