Audrey Kettaneh

Audrey Kettaneh

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Multisector policy development, multisector collaboration and coordination; adolescent health; sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR); comprehensive sexuality education (CSE); HIV and AIDS; school health; health systems; evaluation; and aid effectiveness.


Health and education sector policy development; policy analysis; consensus building for multisectoral collaboration; program development, management, implementation and monitoring and evaluation; strategy development; programme and policy evaluation; research, and written and verbal synthesis.

Background and relevant experience:

Audrey has over 25 years of experience, in development and the health and education sectors in West and Southern Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Asia. She has wide-ranging experience working for bilaterals, multilaterals, governments and NGOs, providing technical expertise for policy and programme development and evaluation. She has excellent analytical skills, both quantitative and qualitative; management and coordination skills; as well as interpersonal and communications skills. She has extensive experience writing technical as well as communication materials for different audiences. She has worked for DFID, UNAIDS, UNDP, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, World Bank, WHO, NGOs such as ActionAid, Rutgers, and national ministries amongst others.

Recent experience:

  • Rutgers WFP - Co-researched and developed report on Lessons Learned for CSO Support to Scaling Up Comprehensive Sexuality Education.
  • UNESCO - Researched and developed the Regional Report on Adolescents and Young People in West and Central Africa (WCA). The report is the basis for national consultations for the development of a regional commitment by governments and stakeholders on sexual and reproductive health and education.
  • UNICEF - Developed Namibia’s Integrated School Health Policy and Programme.
  • UNICEF - Developed UNICEF’s Adolescent Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing Guidelines.
  • UNESCO - Developed communication and advocacy materials on CSE.
  • UNFPA - Regional and country reviews of implementation of AYSRHR services in WCA. Regional report: Adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health and rights services. Key elements for implementation and scaling up in West and Central Africa.
  • UNFPA - Regional and country reviews on implementation and scale-up of CSE programmes in WCA. Regional report: Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Key considerations for implementation and scaling up in WCA.
  • WHO - Researched and developed: Regional Mapping of Current Adolescent Health Interventions, Programmes, Initiatives and Partners in the African Region.
  • UNESCO - Research on the nature and extent of processes ministries must invest in to sustainably scale-up CSE and SRHR services. Developed reports: CSE Scale Up in Practice, Case Studies from Eastern and Southern Africa & Strengthening comprehensive sexuality education for young people in school settings in Zambia: A review and documentation of the scale-up process.


Audrey has a degree from Georgetown University and a Masters’ in Public Health from the University of California at Berkley. She has dual nationality, Irish and Lebanese, and lives in France. She is fluent in English and French, and has an intermediate level of Spanish. A full CV is available by emailing the address at the top of this profile.