Mrs Isabelle Wachsmuth – Huguet, MSc, MPH She is an expert in multi-sectoral institutional and human capacity building with 20 years of experience in an international network promoting and implementing knowledge management solutions in both high and low income countries. She has a Masters in Sciences on “Genie Physiologique” at the University of Poitiers, France and Master in Public Health at the University of Geneva. She was Director of international advanced technology projects in private sector (Vivendi Universal) Now in WHO Headquarter, she is project manager for the Service Delivery and Safety Department to address innovation for service delivery (genomic, palliative care, community engagement, Integrated people centered health services) and Quality of Universal Health Coverage in the perspective to strengthen health system. She is the moderator of the international francophone forum on Health Information For All. HIFA Forums are worldwide collaboration platforms of 20,000 members. From 2007, in WHO Headquarter, she was a project manager of the Evidence Informed Policy Network for the Knowledge Ethic and Research Department. From 2002, she has worked for various WHO departments and on Public-Private Partnerships as adviser for UNECE for Economic Cooperation and Integration and Sustainable Energy Divisions to establish International PPP Centre of Excellence on Health, Institutional and Legal Concession PPP and Renewable energy.
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