Muhammad Muhammad Saleh
Partnership in Advocacy for Child and Family Health (PACFaH) Project, Abuja, Nigeria
Muhammad Muhammad Saleh, MBBS, MPH, AMBM, PGDIT, MSM, AFISM, FIHSD
Project Director, Partnership in Advocacy for Child and Family Health (PACFaH) Project, Abuja, Nigeria
Dr. Muhammad Muhammad Saleh is a Public Health Development Manager with 8 years progressive experience in the areas of Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (MNCH), HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health. He graduated from Usman Danfodiyo University Sokoto in 2007 with MBBS degree and bags a Masters in Public Health (MPH) degree from International University Bamenda, Cameroon 2011 and a Masters in Business Management (AMBM) from Metropolitan School of Business Management, UK, 2014. He is a member of the International Strategic Management Institute (MISM) and a recipient of the Fellowship Award of the prestigious Institute of Humanitarian Studies and Social Development (FIHSSD). He is currently undergoing his Ph.D in International Public Health at the Walden University.
Having worked with a number of international organizations like Family health International (FHI360) on Expanding Access to Injectable Contraceptives (CBA2i) project, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) as Reproductive Health Analyst, he has made impact in the policy environment in Nigeria which saw the 55th National council on Health to approve a formal policy change for improving access to Injectable contraceptives. In line with his leadership and management prowess for health governance, the Young African Leaders Initiative, a program of US government recognized his role in civic leadership and nominated him for a fellowship program at the Tulane’s university of New Orleans, Louisiana 2015 track. He was the pioneer chairperson of “Action Group on Adolescent Health” AGAH-Sokoto under the auspices of Campaign against Unwanted Pregnancy in his early formative years of undergraduate education where he rose over time to become the president of the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Medical Students association (UDUMSA) in 2006.