Ilona Varallyay has several years of overseas experience implementing global health projects in HIV prevention and care, health systems strengthening, organizational capacity building, nutrition and school feeding, and community health education in Ecuador, Guinea, Kenya, and Uganda. In Gulu, northern Uganda, she worked with the American Refugee Committee and AVSI-Uganda on HIV/AIDS projects and organizational capacity building for local nongovernmental organizations/community-based organizations (NGO/CBO), where she conducted organizational capacity assessments with local CBOs and NGOs.
Ms. Varallyay has field experience in health systems-strengthening programs at the district level, focusing on service delivery, pharmaceutical and logistics management, and human resources management. At the Center for Design and Research in Sustainable Health and Human Development (CEDARS), she is working on projects that focus on:
Ms. Varallyay has an M.Sc. in Public Health.