Ludovic Tapsoba is a health economist researcher with 5 years of experience in health work in Africa. His areas of interest are the organization of health systems, public policies towards sexual and reproductive health, health financing and economic evaluation.
He participates in health consulting missions in the areas of health financing and health policy evaluation.
He has coordinated health research projects at the Muraz Center, a research center in Burkina Faso, where he worked for 5 years as a researcher in the Health Policy and Systems Department. His work included an economic evaluation of the Free Health Care policy and an analysis of reproductive health behavior in Burkina Faso.
Since September 2021, he is a Phd student in option of Systems, Organization and Health Policy at the Montreal School of Public Health. In this context, he is working on issues of prioritization, effectiveness and efficiency of policies and programs in mental, sexual and reproductive health among adolescents.