Martins Dada, M.B, B.S, MScIH, DTMPH
Martins Dada is a medical doctor with a Master’s of Science in International Health (Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam) and a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Public Health (Humboldt University/Charité, Berlin). He has worked primarily in the Global health and humanitarian aid domain for the last sixteen years defining and implementing operational and medical strategies for humanitarian interventions in complex environments. Dr. Dada has also taken up many leadership and management positions for health programs based in various countries such as South Sudan, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, and many others. Besides his core expertise in health programming during Public Health crises, he maintains an interest in occupational and environmental health. Dr. Dada supported Medecins Sans Frontiere’s (MSF) project regarding factory workers in high-density neighborhoods of Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 2015 - 2019. Currently, he works as the Health advisor Coordinator with MSF’s Operations Centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.