"There is no Health without Mental Health"
As an anthropologist & global mental health professional with a dedication for both research and field intervention, I am also experienced in the development & humanitarian sectors. Main interests lie in Human Rights in areas affected by conflict or disease outbreak, capacity building and the development of new technologies or digital tools and ensuring collaboration between the different actors in the field (professionals, carers, mental health service users). Graduated from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, I can easily adapt to new contexts, cultures and languages & I have a great resilience (Security and Safety training).
2011 - 2012: Foundation Course in World Art History & Issues in Development Studies, SOAS, University of London
2012 - 2016: BA Social Anthropology & African Studies, SOAS, University of London
Study of Hausa Language
Linguistic study of Mooré (Burkina Faso)
Gender & Spirit Possession in Shamanic Practices, Modern Japan, 2016
Dissertation paper on "Mental Diseases in Northern Nigeria, a Hausa context), 2016
2017 - 2018: MSc Global Mental Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine & King's College, the Institute of Psychiatry
Dissertation paper on "Review of 2013 mhGAP adaptation: adapting global mental health guidelines to a local context. Burkina Faso. West Africa", 2018