Mr. Jean Bartholy Lemaus
Jean Bartholy LEMAUS is the Strategic Information / Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the Peer Engagement for Assured Retention and Support (PEARS) project of the TIDE Haiti Program.
Prior to this position, he worked for four years as an M&E Officer for the Sante Project at Caris Foundation International. In this role, he used to analyze, synthesize, and produce reports on maternal health, TB/HIV, and family planning data for executive management. He created data visualizations for presentations and some task automation scripts using Python. He also participated in the development and implementation of Data Quality Assessment tools to validate the data from the medical institution covered by the project.
From April 2011 to July 2018, he worked for the Haitian Institute of Statistics and Informatics (IHSI) as a statistician-demographer. During his time in this institute, he contributed to the planning and realization of many surveys (notably the ECVMAS 2012) and was largely involved in the preparatory step of the 5th National Census. He also had the opportunity to coordinate a team who worked on the realization of a Housings Projection for Haiti based on the results from the previous census.
In 2010, Mr.Leamus graduated in Applied Economics, major in Statistics, from the Centre de Techniques de Plannification et d’Économie Appliquée (CTPEA). In 2015, he obtained a diploma in Demographic Analysis from the Centro Latino Americano de Demografia (CELADE, the Division of Population of the UN). He also has various certificates for professional training he followed.
His passion is to contribute to the improvement of Haitian living conditions through my field of intervention.