Alberto Castillo Aroca is the Assessment and Analysis Information Management Officer seconded to the Global Health Cluster (GHC). He is responsible for supporting the 31 active Health Clusters in the Humanitarian Program Cycle (HPC), particularly in needs assessments, Public Health Situation Analysis (PHSA), and humanitarian response monitoring. In addition, he represents the GHC in technical workspaces related to the development of the Joint Intersectoral Analysis Framework (JIAF) 2.0.
His work experience covers monitoring, analysis, and research in socio-economic and international affairs, armed conflict, and mixed migration flows, especially in Colombia and the Americas Region. Alberto has experience coordinating and developing needs assessments of vulnerable populations such as indigenous people, victims of armed conflict, internally displaced persons, human rights defenders, refugees, and migrants. He has previous work experience in UN agencies such as OCHA, UNDP, WHO/PAHO, in NGOs, and with the Government of the Dominican Republic.
Alberto holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the Universidad Santo Tomás, in Colombia, and a Master’s Degree in Bioinformatics and Biostatistics from the Universtat de Barcelona, Spain. He speaks fluent Spanish and English.