Dabea Gaboutloeloe is the National Migration Health Coordinator for the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in South Africa, and has served in IOM Migration Health Programs since 2006. Dabea has worked in various programs ranging from community-based HIV and TB interventions for migrants and migration-affected populations; advocacy for policy change; capacity building as well as research-related activities on migration and health in the SADC region.
Prior to working for IOM, Dabea worked for the United Nations Development Programme as a National Programme officer focusing on HIV/AIDS and health systems strengthening. She completed a undergraduate degree in Medical Technology and obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Health with the Medical University of South Africa, where she was also awarded a Bristol-Meyer Foundation Secure the Future fellowship.
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