Our Leaders

Dr Sally W Ndung’u, MBChB

Dr Sally W Ndung’u, MBChB

Regional Vice President for IPPNW, AFRICA

Sally Ndung’u is a medical doctor in Kenya and a student at the University of Nairobi where she is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Public Health.

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Dr. Masiku Phiri, MD

Dr. Masiku Phiri, MD

IC, IPPNW affiliate in Zambia

Registrar of Transfusion Medicine at University of Groningen in the Netherlands and Regional Director of the Zambia National Blood Transfusion Service.

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Dennis Opondo

Dennis Opondo

IPPNW Africa Communications Director

Dennis Opondo is a final year medical student at kenyatta University. He has been part of IPPNW since 2016. He was the part of the founding team of MSSR in Kenyatta University where he was the Vice Chairperson. He is currently the Communications Director of IPPNW Africa. He is part of the 23rd IPPNW World Congress Committee.

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Mohamed Hassan Mohamed

Mohamed Hassan Mohamed

Medical Student Representative, Tanzania

Mohamed Hassan joined IPPNW 1 year ago while in 4th year of Medical school while serving as the General Secretary of the Tanzania Medical Students Association (TAMSA).

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Dr Mansur A Ramalan

Dr Mansur A Ramalan

President of IPPNW Nigerian affiliate

Consultant Physician/Endocrinologist at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, Kano, Nigeria. He joined IPPNW as Medical Student and was elected the African Regional Student Representative. Currently he is the President of the Nigerian Affiliate, Society of Nigerian Doctors for the Welfare of Mankind. (SNDMW).

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Everlyne Achieng’, Medical Student

Everlyne Achieng’, Medical Student

IPPNW Student Representative for Africa

Co-founder of Uthabiti App and finalist doctor-on-training at the Moi University in Kenya with a particular interest in health policy and leadership.

Daniel Bassey, MD Msc PHHP

Daniel Bassey, MD Msc PHHP

IPPNW Co-President - Jos, Nigeria

Dr. Bassey joined IPPNW as a medical student, now a public health physician in the humanitarian aid sector, currently working on maternal and child health issues.

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