Nebsu Asamerew

He is a highly experienced and accomplished public health professional with expertise in health services management. He holds a Master of Public Health in Health Services Management from Jimma University and a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational health and safety from University of Gondar. With a wealth of over 17 years of experience in the health sector, he has occupied various advisory and senior positions in both government and international non-governmental organizations. His specialization mainly focuses on Infection Prevention and Quality Improvement, with significant roles at ICAP in Ethiopia as a central Infection Prevention and Control and Quality Improvement Advisor, as well as serving as an HIV/AIDS Program Regional Quality Improvement Advisor and M&E Expert at Addis Ababa Health Bureau for more than 8 years.

 Furthermore, he has utilized his expertise as a public health consultant and CPD Coordinator at Alephtav Consultancy on a part-time basis. In addition, he has dedicated substantial time in the TB/HIV program as a Sub city/Zonal Level Coordinator for 4 years, and in the Child Health and Nutrition Program for 5 years within the Amhara region. Throughout his extensive career, he has exhibited a profound commitment to healthcare, outstanding problem-solving abilities, and a talent for collaborative work as a valuable team member.

 His professional journey began as a Woreda Health Office Head in the Amhara region, during which he successfully led initiatives to enhance healthcare outcomes. Throughout his tenure, he has identified inefficiencies in public health systems, developed innovative strategies, and achieved notable results. Presently, he is applying his skills in the digital health sector as a Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator at HABTech Solution, a position he has held since February 2024. His unwavering dedication to public health, coupled with his exemplary leadership and program management achievements, continues to steer his commitment towards enhancing healthcare services and outcomes