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Dr. Kokou Volley is a primary care medical doctor who graduated in 2014 from the Medical School of Medicine of the University of Lomé in Togo. After working at a rural medical center in Togo for a year, he joined a community health non-profit organization on the northern side of Togo, where he worked as a public health physician. In that role, he collected data on the prescription habits of health practitioners, analyzed the data, and designed training and informational materials to improve the prescription habits of health practitioners, especially in the treatment of malaria and infectious diseases. In that same role, Dr. Volley was the team leader of a mobile clinic dedicated to providing reproductive health care to women living in rural areas on the northern side of Togo. He also worked with patients living with HIV in Lomé, providing them prescriptions of antiretroviral medication and giving them psychological support. He moved to the United States to complete a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree after being awarded a Fulbright Scholarship by the US government. He graduated from his MPH program at Georgia State University in 2018. Since 2018, he has been working as a Graduate Research Assistant at the University of South Carolina.

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