Kamil Fuseini is a social demographer in the Population Council's Ghana office. His work focuses on reproductive health, gender, social accountability, civil registration and vital statistics with expertise in the design, implementation, and evaluation of evidence-based health and social interventions.
Fuseini joined the Council in 2018 and has co-led the implementation of studies and evaluation of interventions including the community and provider driven social accountability intervention (CaPSAI) in family planning; evaluation of the inclusion of family planning within the national health insurance benefits package in Ghana; and improving maternal and newborn care with IUD service provision using a task-sharing framework.
Before joining the Council, Fuseini supported the Ghana office as a research consultant with various projects including the introduction of a subcutaneous contraceptive injection (DMPA-SC) and situation analysis of adolescent girls and young women in Ghana, synthesizing data to identify and work with the most vulnerable young women, with an emphasis on child marriage. He also supported the reducing maternal mortality and morbidity (R3M) program.
He was a visiting scholar at Pennsylvania State University's Population Research Institute between 2012 and 2013. Fuseini has published several scientific papers and presented at various international conferences.
He holds a PhD in Population Studies from the Population Training and Research Unit, North-West University in South Africa; MA and MPhil degrees in Population Studies from the Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS), University of Ghana; and a BA degree in Geography and Resource Development with Sociology from the University of Ghana.