Achievements of some of our Global Health Course Graduates
Blaise Ntacyabukura (RWANDA)
Blaise attended the global health course in Rwanda. He won an award from the royal society of tropical medicine and hygiene after submission of his meta-analysis on NCDs and African economic growth. He has started delivering a course on epidemiological transition in Africa in different global health courses. He incorporated research learning courses into the global health course curriculum for advancing research evidence generating in Africa. He has won different awards with some other global health course graduates that he has been mentoring. E.g. UNESCO MERCK research award, AHAIC Award.
Aniekan Ekpenyong (NIGERIA)
Aniekan attended the global health course in Lagos, Nigeria. He won the FIP Young Pharmacists Group Professional (YPG) Innovation Grant worth €1000, to attend the FIP Congress in Seoul, Korea 2017. This YPG grant consists of €1000 for the implementation of his project, complementary registration for FIP congress in Korea 2017, a return Apex airfare and hotel accommodation to attend the 77th FIP congress in Seoul Korea 2017.
Adeyemi Sylvester (NIGERIA)
Sylvester attended the global health course Lagos and the global health pharmacy course Port-Harcourt Nigeria. His abstract “Patient and consumer involvement in HTA of Nigeria PHC health system” has been accepted for the Health Technology Assessment International Annual Meeting in Rome, Italy. He also won a $2000 grant to participate in the conference.
Amosun Olutola and Jongbo Olubukola (NIGERIA)
Olutola attended the global health pharmacy course Ile-Ife while Olubukola attended the global health course Lagos and the global health pharmacy course Ile-Ife. They are co-founders of a non-profit social organization that aims to provide health solutions to the immediate and extended environment and also sets out to bridge the drug distribution gap between the urban and the rural areas.
Adetayo Aderombi (UNITED KINGDOM)
Adetayo while in medical school attended the global health course 2016 in IvanoFrankivsk, Ukraine. He has gone on to present at conferences and workshops. He was accepted to study a Masters in Global Health at the prestigious Queen Mary University of London.