Orphee is a doctor by training. He holds a Master’s degree in public health (Maternal and Child Health) obtained in 2019 in the United States, thanks to the Fulbright scholarship. He has experience in sub-Saharan Africa planning and evaluating HIV, Tuberculosis, and family planning health programs. He has worked as a consultant in early childhood development programs in Lesotho and Tanzania. Recently, he advised the national immunization program of DR Congo in the strengthening of routine immunization and the fight against recurrent measles epidemics. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate, contributing to the analysis and knowledge translation of the TDI, CHEQ, and EDI development tools in British Columbia. His current research interests focus on exploring the social determinants of health and other factors associated with the developmental trajectories of children in sub-Saharan Africa and those of children from immigrant families in Canada.