Since March 2017, Olga Kajangu has held the position of Executive Director of the local association ASODEVD in the Democratic Republic of Congo. She is a trained doctor, with several experiences in the organizations involved in the humanitarian assistance program. She has held several positions of responsibility as a treating physician, Medical Coordinator, Project Manager, Medical Advisor in Gender and Sexual and Reproductive Health, several times independent consultant on legal issues in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Gender.

Ms. Kajangu has worked as a medical coordinator with COOPI in the humanitarian emergency response in southern Chad. She has worked as a project manager and Medical Advisor in Gender – Sexual and Reproductive Health at CARE in Djibouti and Chad.
 She played the important role of consultant in supporting the Save the Children program in its leadership role in Gender and Reproductive Health.
 It has a strong capacity to analyze and assess political, social and economic trends and to evaluate actions to combat maternal and infant mortality in accordance with national development frameworks.
 It has a strong ability to identify resource constraints and deficiencies and recommends corrective actions.

Ms. Kajangu has provided strong leadership in ensuring the strategic priorities of the Human and Social Development Complex and Resilience Complex to ensure effective and efficient operational activities while reflecting the needs of clients. Developing and overseeing the implementation of the strategy, action plans and programs of work in the area of ​​social development with a focus on human development, women’s resilience and youth empowerment, and climate adaptation.

Olga KAJANGU worked in Chad, Niger, Djibouti, and Democratic Republic of Congo. She is a Medical doctor of formation from Evangelical University in Africa, she completed the training on GENDER and HUMAN RIGHT, and International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid.
A strong and dynamic woman whose fight is against social injustice in vulnerable communities.