Pape Amadou Gaye


Pape Amadou Gaye is president and CEO of IntraHealth International. For over three decades, he has advocated for, built, and leveraged strong partnerships with governments, NGOs, and the private sector to catalyze change and enable health workers to better serve communities in need. A native of Senegal, Gaye is a powerful advocate for family planning—especially in West Africa—as a high-impact solution to address health and population challenges.

Latest Articles

Opinion: The future of health financing
7 Nov 2016

Global development professionals are working toward a day when health coverage is universal and our global population has unprecedented options for care. But how will we reach this future? And how can we afford it? Pape Gaye, president and CEO at IntraHealth International, gives us the lowdown in this guest column.

5 reasons Senegal is ahead of its neighbors on family planning and HIV
25 Feb 2016

In a region that has lagged behind in many of the global health advances of the past 30 years, one country stands out for its tremendous progress. What’s its secret? Pape Amadou Gaye, president and CEO of IntraHealth International, shares his insights in this guest column.

What works and what's missing in the new global goals
3 Nov 2015

We have the will, now let’s focus on how to achieve the SDGs. And what better place to start than with family planning, writes Pape Amadou Gaye, president and CEO of IntraHealth International in this op-ed, ahead of the International Conference on Family Planning.

Health workers are change agents
8 Jun 2012

The sustainable development of prosperous communities isn’t possible without adequate health care, writes Pape Gaye, president and CEO of IntraHealth International, in this exclusive guest opinion as part of Rio+Solutions, a joint campaign by the United Nations Foundation and Devex.