Diarra Bousso Senghor

Diarra Bousso Senghor

Research Officer

ABOUT Diarra Bousso Senghor

Diarra Bousso Senghor supports project activities in the West Africa regional office in Dakar. She has experience in research on health systems and policies, and disability and access to care in urban areas. She was a fellow of the African Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowship program before joining APHRC as a research officer. She is in her final year of doctoral studies in health geography at the Gaston Berger University (Saint-Louis).

She holds a master’s degree in health-territories & environment (health geography) from Paris Ouest-Nanterre University (2012). In 2013, Diarra worked as a research assistant in the project Health Inequality Cities, a comparative study of socio-territorial constructions of health inequalities in secondary cities of West Africa (Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso) and Saint-Louis of Senegal), initiated by the Research Institute for Development (IRD). 

Diarra is driven by the will to help the most vulnerable people to live better and healthier lives and is convinced that it is through research that we can improve the living conditions of populations.

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