Mohamed Ahmed Abdulle
Mohamed is based in Garowe, Puntland where he is a Technical Advisor on the Somali Health and Nutrition Programme, supporting the ongoing analysis of Health Workforce Management, remuneration and top ups, commissioned by DFID.
Mohamed brings over 10 years’ experience working in the health sector in the region where he has designed, implemented and coordinated multiple health programmes. Mohamed has extensive knowledge and understanding of the health sector and health topics, in his roles as a lecturer he has taught on subjects including First Aid, Community Medicine, Biostatistics, Sociology for Health Care Professional, and Reproductive Health.
Mohamed holds an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Global Health Management and Policy from the James Lind Institute in India and a Master in Public Health from the International Health Sciences University in Uganda. In addition to that he holds a Postgraduate diploma Community-based Reproductive Health (CBRH) from the Uganda Institute for Social Work and Community Development and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the International Health Sciences University in Uganda.