Cynthia Eyakuze-Di Domenico

Cynthia Eyakuze (BMC, ‘94) earned an M.P.H at Columbia After working at the Women’s Environment and Development Organization and the Center for Reproductive Rights, she worked in the Francophone Africa Program at Family Care International (FCI), starting as program officer and ending as program director. FCI works to ensure that women and adolescents have access to lifesaving services and information to improve their health, experience safe pregnancy and childbirth, and avoid unwanted pregnancy and HIV infection. In October 2007, Cynthia joined the Open Society Institute as Director of the Public Health Watch Project, which works to develop, implement, and monitor TB and HIV policies.


 

Cynthia Eyakuze-Di Domenico