Muhammad Saddiq Ahmad

2018 Fellow from Nigeria

Muhammad Ahmad has over eight years of experience in humanitarian and community development services. Currently, Muhammad is the founder and chief executive officer at Rural Health Mission Nigeria, which focuses on designing and implementing community health interventions with the specific objective of providing sustainable access to essential health care services in hard-to-reach and underserved communities. He is motivated by his passion and commitment to providing equal access to basic health care. His vision is to provide every community with access to sustainable health care irrespective of their location. Muhammad holds a higher diploma in Nursing from the State College of Nursing Jalingo and completed his undergraduate studies in Community Health at the Modibbo Adama University of Technology in Yola, Nigeria. Upon completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Muhammad plans to focus on breaking the barriers to basic health care access in rural areas through grassroots engagement, collaboration, public health policy advocacy, and sustainable community-based interventions.

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