Aziz Abdallah is a public health physician with more than a decade of experience managing, coordinating, and evaluating global health programs in sub-Saharan Africa. He has worked extensively with ministries of health and nongovernmental organizations in setting up sustainable sexual and reproductive health, tuberculosis, and HIV programs in the public sector, including strengthening networks between community health providers, supporting prevention and behavior change campaigns, and expanding services. Aziz has routinely led initiatives for capacity-building, institutional development, policy and guidelines development, and quality improvement of services.
He has previously worked with Ipas, IntraHealth International, Médecins Sans Frontières, Liverpool VCT, Care Kenya, Columbia University's International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs, and University Research Co, LLC.
Aziz's technical expertise includes program management, program design and implementation, grants management, healthcare management, TB/HIV prevention, among other areas. He holds an MD from the University of Istanbul, an MSc in international health policy and management from Brandeis University, and a diploma in HIV management from the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa.