Muhammad Saddiq Ahmad, CEO of Rural Health Mission Nigeria, dedicates himself to dismantling healthcare barriers in underserved communities. As Deputy Chief of Infection Control at Federal Teaching Hospital Gombe, he ensures safety standards. A Modibbo Adama University graduate with a BSc in Community Health, he is an alumnus of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, earning a Civic Leadership certificate from Drexel University. A global fellow of the African Institute of Development Professionals, he holds certificates in Global Health Leadership and Project Management from Washington University. His impactful contributions substantially improve healthcare access and quality initiatives in Nigeria.
Professional Interests & Expertise
Community Health,Health Systems,Leadership,Maternal and Child Health,Non-profit Leadership/Management,Nursing,Outreach and Education,Policy/Advocacy,Primary Care,Program Development,Public Health,Public Policy,Quality Improvement,Research,Research, Measurement, and Evaluation,Rural Health,Stakeholder Engagement,Universal Health