Baridueh Badon

Global Health Project Manager, Access to Water, Global Health Institute

Biography

Baridueh is responsible for managing access to water initiatives in and for Africa, for the Global Health Institute.

Baridueh worked as a General Physician for 5 years in both private and public Hospital settings in Nigeria. He joined Public Health where he has worked on USAID/ US Presidents Emergency Funds For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) funded projects with FHI360  as a Program Officer in the Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV and AIDS Services (SIDHAS) Projects which focused on strengthening HIV care and treatment in program states in Nigeria. Baridueh later joined Devtech Systems Inc. as a Senior Data Collection Specialist in the Support for Strategic Information and Project Management Services (S4SIPMS) project where he conducted Healthcare Quality Improvement Assessments of all PEPFAR projects with their Implementing Partners. Assessment data was used for decision making in the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator in Washington in the effort to reach the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets. Baridueh also worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst for Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in Sexual and Reproductive Health Program in Northern Nigeria.

Baridueh joined our company as an Afrika Kommt! Fellow in Strategy and Business Operations in the Integrated Planning, Analytics and Partnering (IPAP) team in 2019 and later as a Fellow in the Global Health Institute. Baridueh is the Project Leader, Access to Water, in the Institute.
Baridueh earned his degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 2012, Master of Science in Healthcare Management from Anglia Ruskin University, UK in 2018, Executive Certificate from University of Cambridge, Judge Business School, in Business Analytics: Decision Making Using Data and currently pursuing an MBA with the University of South Wales, UK.