Mulu Hailu

With over three decades of extensive experience in Nursing, leadership and public health of different organizations (Government and non-government organizations, she has played a key role in leading and managing health system programs, focusing on community health, maternal, neonatal and child health, and health information systems. Her contributions have included supporting the health extension program (HEP), community-based neonatal and child healthcare programs, implementing integrated management of childhood illnesses, and collaborating with stakeholders to develop guidelines and strategic documents. She has a Master’s Degree in Public health (MPH) with nursing background. Build progressive career development and worked at regional, zonal and operational level for government and partner organizations, including leading and managing health system program. She has also experience in supporting the health system in equity and quality health services by using human centered design. Possess extensive experience in leading team, coordination, capacity building, monitoring and evaluating of performance. Worked and collaborated with government, development partners and other stakeholders at national and sub-national level that helped to increased harmonization and alignment of plans and improved joint monitoring and accountability.

 As a public health specialist, she has dedicated for evidence-based decision making and the improvement of health information systems. In previous roles as a Regional Manager at Amhara JSI/L10K project and ICCM program coordinator, and Maternal and Newborn Health specialist, I provided technical leadership, ensuring the implementation of evidence-based interventions for reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health. I successfully developed and guided the implementation of strategic and annual plans, collaborated with regional health bureaus and other partners, and provided targeted capacity-building support to health managers, health workers and civil society