Ms Sali Hafez
BDS MHS DrPH candidate
Research Degree Student
Health systems in fragile states and humanitarian settings
15-17 Tavistock Place
Sali Hafez (MHS, BDS, DrPH candidate) is an experienced researcher and global health specialist who worked extensively on the intersectionality between health, gender and protection (SGBV/ child protection).
She is specialising in contextualising and designing evidence based public health and policies in low and middle income settings “From research to Implementation”. For the last 10 years, she has been leading multi-country research, policy making, along with humanitarian and development response in over 15 countries (Including Liberia, Lebanon, Uganda, Kenya, Egypt, Iraq, Djibouti, Bangladesh, Lebanon and Jordan), with reputable United Nations Agencies, INGOs, and Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Her field experience is complemented with technical knowledge, academic study and professional learning. She obtained her MHS in Global Health at the University of Tampere in 2017, and her BDS. From Alexandria University in 2009. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate (Public health policy) at London School for Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.