Chiho Suzuki is an international development professional, with over 15
years of health and social sector development program and research experiences
in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America. She has worked with multilateral
and bilateral aid agencies as well as non-profit organizations, with in-country
public health experiences in Pakistan, Honduras, and Nigeria.
In her current position at UNICEF as Statistics and Monitoring Specialist, she provides technical leadership in collaboration with key units in UNICEF HQ’s Program Division, Regional Offices and partners from the UN system, multilateral and bilateral agencies, as well as research community in the following areas of work: (1) technical inputs and support to national M&E system strengthening; (2) improvement in measurements and estimates; and (3) analysis and use of data related to HIV/AIDS programs and associated program areas including child protection and social protection.
Chiho holds PhD in International Health and Development from Tulane University (US), MPH with concentration in international health from Tulane University (US), MPS in Communication from Cornell University (US), and BA in Law from Waseda University (Japan).
Chiho has keen interest and passion in arts and textiles across time and space.