Dr. Bodinga Boyiga Nuga M.D is a Global Health Youth leader. He is the co-founder of AB Global Health Initiative and over the years he has developed progressive experience in global health and public health especially in the field of Global health emergency response.

In 2014, his abstract “The Qualities of a Successful Medical Volunteer” was selected to the Book of Abstract and he was the youngest selected presenter at the First International Conference on Humanitarian Medical Missions held in Singapore.

He has volunteered with the World Health Organization in Taraba State and undertaken an internship with the Ministry of Health, Primary health care and Development Agency, Kwara State, Nigeria.

Currently, he is working for the United Nations Agency for Migration, as a Health Project Coordinator in Nairobi, Kenya. He previously provided technical health support to over 23 Countries in the East, South and Horn of Africa particularly, Burundi, Djibouti, Mozambique, Somalia and South Sudan.
He won the Elys Robert Scholarship to do a Postgraduate certificate in Global Health with the University of Manchester.

Dr. Bodinga has done certificate course at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University in Health policy and completed a Certificate-Mini-MBA from the London School of Business and Finance finishing with a distinction A+

In 2018, he was selected as one out of the only three Africans to complete the Certificate course in Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, held at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona in Spain.

Recently, he got a Scholarship to do a Masters of Public Health at the prestigious London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London, England.

His interest is engaging, motivating and helping young people discover how they can contribute to making the world and take the responsibility to grow.