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Carl Fayette

Carl Fayette

Technical Advisor


MS, Health System Management, Université de Montréal, Canada

Carl Fayette has spent most of his public health career in the field of neglected tropical diseases (NTD). Currently, he serves as a NTD Technical Advisor for RTI. Mr. Fayette hold's a master's degree in health system management from the Université de Montréal. 

Before joining RTI in 2021, Mr. Fayette supported health initiatives in multiple countries. He joined UND in 2008 as Project Officer for Next Step, Elimination Lymphatic Filariasis in Haiti. During this time, the National Program wanted to extend mass drug administration (MDA) in urban areas, particularly the Metropolitan area. Mr. Fayette lead the Pilot Project in Tabarre. He then joined the MSPP as a Technical Advisor in Human Resources. In 2013 he worked at Caritas National as Manager of the Health and Nutrition sub-program leading the implementation of a major health coordination for the multiple Caritas Services Points at the level of the Dioceses. 

In 2014, Mr. Fayette joined IMA as a Program Coordinator for NTD. There he supported the extension of the program's coverage throughout the country. A notable contribution was made to social mobilization campaigns using his knowledge of the Haitian media environment and his 20 years of experience as a host/radio presenter. Mr. Fayette designed and directed the audiovisual spots for a jingle. He also participated in IMA's design, direction and implementation of the first wave of transmission evaluation survey (TAS) throughout the country. This made it possible to see the positive impact of the program, which was responsible for stopping the massive distribution of unnecessary medicines in 120 out of the 140 municipalities. 

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