Séverin Gervais Ndjapou

Epi-Analyst - Central RCC


Dr Séverin Gervais NDJAPOU is currently serving as an Epidemiologist Analyst in charge of Event Based Surveillance at the Africa CDC Central Africa Regional Coordinating Center based in Libreville, Gabon.

He is a Public Health Physician with over 10 years of experience in Disease Surveillance and Public Health Emergency Management including International Health Regulations, Immunization, Project Management, Leadership, Scientific Research and Health Systems Strengthening at a sub-regional level.

Before joining Africa CDC, Dr. Séverin Gervais NDJAPOU held various positions at both national and international levels. He was Project Manager for 5 years at the International Medical Corps in the Central African Republic (CAR) and then in Bukavu in Democratic Republic of Congo. He was Health District Chief Medical Officer, then successively Chief of the Epidemiological Surveillance, Epidemic Management and Emergency Situations Department, and cumulatively Chief of the Secretariat of the National Certification Committees of Polio Eradication Program, and Chief of the International Health Regulations and Sanitary Border Control Department in the Epidemiological Surveillance Directorate, his last position in the CAR. He is co-author of several scientific publications in the field of epidemiological surveillance. He was also one of the doctors of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of his country. Dr. Séverin Gervais NDJAPOU holds a Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Bangui, a master’s degree in Public Health with a major in “Public Health Economics and Management in Developing Countries” from the University of Paris Dauphine. He has honors in the civil service of his country.

Séverin Gervais Ndjapou