Dominic Anaseba, MPH, BA Fellow
Mr Dominic Anaseba is an experienced public health practitioner and research scientist with over ten years’ experience in project implementation and evaluation; budgeting and developing workplans. He is skilled in both quantitative and qualitative research methodology, survey design and implementation, data analysis and scientific writing. He is a passionate professional who believes in making a real difference through research and public health interventions. Mr Anaseba holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Law and a Master of Public Health degree with specialization in Global Health from the Thammasat University in Thailand. Among Mr. Anaseba’s previous engagements includes country coordinator assistant for the Bloomberg Data for Health Initiative and the Global Grants Program and Research Coordinator at the Navrongo Health Research Center in Northern Ghana. He has also consulted for several institutions and organizations on varied areas of public health concern, using both qualitative and quantitative research. His research interest is focused on identifying effective strategies to improve public health and general well-being of populations in resource-constrained settings. He is a research lead member of ASOLI.