Dr. Caroline Tatua

Senior Coordinator- Reproductive Health- The International Rescue Committee

Dr. Caroline Tatua is a Senior Coordinator- Reproductive Health at the International Rescue Committee. She is a Medical Doctor and Public health specialist. She has worked regionally in Africa in the area of Sexual and Reproductive health and rights for the last 17 years. Dr. Caroline Tatua has wide experience in SRH programming, advocacy and health systems strengthening in development and humanitarian context. She has a passion for women and girls reproductive health with a focus on adolescent health, gender equality and social norm change. She is an avid advocate for ending unsafe abortion and has contributed to various policy development and health workforce capacity strengthening efforts across the continent. She currently leads programs for improving access to equitable and integrated family planning, strengthening public sector health delivery and SRH policy advocacy in humanitarian settings in Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda and Ethiopia.