Stephanie Tchiombiano is a graduate in political science and public health, as well as an associate lecturer in the political science department of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University. She is the pedagogical coordinator of the “Development and Humanitarian Aid” Master’s Degree.
She has worked more than fifteen years in the field of health in West Africa. First, and for eight years, seh was a delegate of the French Red Cross (in Niger, Togo, Mali, Chad, and Burkina Faso). Notably, she participated in the setting up of several outpatient treatment centres (CTA). She was then head of mission for the NGO Solthis in Niger, Mali and Guinea for another eight years, during which she worked mainly on access to antiretroviral drugs for HIV-positive patients and the strengthening of health systems. She then spent three years with FEI / Expertise France, for the 5% AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Initiative, of which she was the coordinator.
She now divides her time between university teaching and the coordination of the “Global Health 2030” think tank.