Inès Buki has 17 years of professional experience working under USAID funded projects in Rwanda, Cameroon, Benin, Burundi, and Senegal. She served as Country Director for Rwanda and Cameroon for both the USAID Strengthening Pharmaceutical System (SPS) project and USAID Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) project. Also, she had supported through several technical assistance assignments countries such as Senegal, Benin, Burundi, Gabon, respectively on behalf of the USAID Grant Management Solutions project to improve the management of Global Fund grant, for national forecasting and supply plan exercises for antimalarial and HIV/AIDS products, for the design and implementation of a Coordinated Procurement and Distribution System for pharmaceuticals, and for designing and implementing supply chain management system assessment for pharmaceuticals.
Inès also served at a regional position as Principal Technical Advisor for the UNITAID funded Achieving Catalytic Expansion of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention in the Sahel (ACCESS‐SMC) project supporting countries’ such as Mali, Chad and Burkina Faso, National Malaria Control program to assess regulatory systems and supply chain system readiness to support the implementation of a malaria prevention program which provided Sulfoxide Pyrimethamine/Amodiaquine to the under five children. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy Science and a Master’s in Health Economy & Pharmacoeconomic.