Ahmed Haji Said, MBBS, MPH (C)
Assistant Program Coordinator, Teaching Assistant
Dr. Ahmed Haji-Said is a global public health physician with interests in strengthening healthcare systems in under-resourced settings, prevention and control of infectious diseases, implementation science, and humanitarian emergencies. Dr. Haji-Said is the Community Manager for the Health Campaign Effectiveness Program at the Task Force for Global Health. In this role, he supports a portfolio of case studies and implementation research awards, contributes to the research and learning agenda, program monitoring, and organizational learning. Prior to joining the Task Force for Global Health, he began his global public health career with Adam Smith International in an effort to strengthen Somalia’s health systems from a short-term humanitarian approach to a sustainable evidence-based approach that prioritizes quantity and quality. Most recently, he was a practicing medical officer with the Federal Ministry of Health Sudan. Dr. Haji-Said received his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Elrazi University, Sudan.
Dr. Haji-Said is currently a Master of Public Health candidate and pursuing a certificate in complex humanitarian emergencies at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. He has been awarded the Ansley-Miller Merit Scholarship; an award given to a promising candidate that will improve the quality of life among populations in developing parts of the world.
THE TASK FORCE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH, HEALTH CAMPAIGN EFFECTIVENESS PROGRAM
MAJI SAFI GROUP, MENSTRUAL HYGIENE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Technical Advisor, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, 2021
Medical Scribe, 2019-2020
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH SUDAN
Medical Officer, 2018-2019
ADAM SMITH INTERNATIONAL
International Development Intern, 2014, 2015, 2016-2017