Alfredo Fort is an accomplished public health physician and seasoned monitoring, evaluation and applied research expert. At IBTCI he is Senior Director in the Public Health Practice. Dr. Fort is well versed in population and facility-based survey design, analysis and evidence generation for policy decision-making. He is adept in quantitative and qualitative methods to ensure monitoring of program and project performance and impact evaluations use accurate and successful measurement. Alfredo has worked for a variety of organizations, from the Ministry of Health in Peru, non-governmental organizations such as Save The Children, CARE, and IntraHealth, to corporations such as Macro International/ICFI, faith-based organizations (IMA WorldHealth), and international organizations such as UNFPA and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Dr. Fort’s subject matter expertise includes maternal, child, and neonatal health; family planning and reproductive health; gender; water and sanitation; and nutrition. He enjoys teaching and mentoring, and serves as an Adjunct Faculty at University of North Carolina. In the past he was a lecturer at Exeter University, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Geneva University. Additionally, he has been a guest lecturer at George Washington University and the Harvard School of Public Health. He holds a PhD in Medical Demography and an MS in Community Health from the LSHTM. He earned his medical degree from Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University. Dr. Fort is fluent in Spanish and English, and conversant in French and Portuguese.