Afrique Santé & Environnement (ASE)

Africa Health & Environment

A Consulting Firm Established in 1992

Our Mission

ASE is an International Consulting Firm with headquarters in Atlanta, USA. ASE was founded in 1992 to provide consulting services in Global Health: Tropical Medicine, HIV/AIDS, Epidemiology, Health Information Systems, Malaria, MCH, Child Survival, Monitoring & Evaluation, Emergency & Disaster Care, Environmental issues: Wildlife Conservation of Endangered Species, and Sports Development: Sports Medicine & Testing, International & National Competitions, Training for the Olympics..

Since 2002, ASE's services in sports development have contributed to the successful operation of ATLANTA 1996 The Legacy Institution of the Atlanta 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, now a world recognized sports institution. ATLANTA 1996 hosted on August 14, 2008 during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games the ATLANTA LEGACY NIGHT at the Prince Jun Wang Fu Palace. During Beijing 2008 ATLANTA 1996 also unveiled the proposed ATLANTA DITC Sports Village™. Since 2009, the ATLANTA 1996 is a member of the World Union of Olympic Cities (WUOC), and represents the City of Atlanta at the WUOC. In 2010 the WUOC officially mandated the ATLANTA 1996 to create and manage the London 2012 WUOC House™ (July 27 - August 12, 2012) during the London 2012 Olympic Games. On August 8, 2012, IOC President Dr. Jacques Rogge attended the Lausanne Olympic Capital reception and the official opening of the London 2012 WUOC House™.

In 2011, former President of Botswana Festus Mogae and former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Michael O. Leavitt led a High-Level Independent Panel of experts that conducted an independent and thorough review of The Global Fund’s financial safeguards. Both Dr. Marc-Daniel Gutekunst and Richard O. Butcher II from ASE were invited to join a a Team of 7 Technical Support Team members working with The Global Fund 7 High-Level Independent Panel members.

Atlanta 1996 Centennial Foundation, a non-profit organization -- since 1996 H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco has served as Honorary Chair of the Atlanta 1996 Centennial Foundation, Inc. -- Co-Chaired by Ambassador Andrew Young and Dr. Gutekunst that was founded in 1994 to implement in Rwanda the Post War Rehabilitation & Development Program (PWRDP) (public health and environmental program) designed by ASE in partnership with the Rwanda Ministry of Health and the ORTPN (Rwanda Office of Tourism and National Parks).

Since 1994, ASE and the Atlanta 1996 Centennial Foundation, Inc.have established a strategic partnership to work with national institutions, international organizations and institutions, governments, and universities.