Catherine Paul is a Public Health Professional with a diverse skill set and experience of over 6 years managing and designing programs, expanding access to essential products and services in underserved communities, address some of the most challenging public health needs. Her specialties include Maternal, Child and Reproductive health, Nutrition, Research and HIV/AIDS. Achievements includes influencing policy development in Water, sanitation and Hygiene, Youth Sexual and Reproductive health addressing health needs of young people, and successful startup, management, and close out of multiple international programs including: Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands (EKN) funded Increase Use of Long term methods in Private and Public sector in Tanzania; the Susan Buffet Foundation funded Post abortion care services and Increased use of Long term contraception’s in Private sector in Tanzania, the UNICEF funded WASH project and the Irish AID funded project on Diarrhoea disease prevention, sanitation and Hygiene.
Catherine has been leading the Familia franchise program focusing on post abortion care, increasing long-term contraception, youth sexual and reproductive health services, and Harm reduction interventions to reduce unsafe abortions.
Catherine’s interaction as a professional of development and growth has exposed her to various work settings and diversities, thus furthering her to work with people of diverse ethnic and professional backgrounds.
In those years, Catherine has developed amalgamation of skills and related attributes and competencies with which she can effectively facilitate and accomplish assignments in her areas of professional competence which relate to: project design, planning and coordination, advocacy, sub grant management, budget management, and promotion of the evidence-based programming, documentation and reporting, training and assessment of initiative effectiveness, presentations and dissemination of lessons.