Ms. Faith Nekabari Nfii is the Senior Programme Coordinator, Executive Programmes at the Africa CDC. She is a renowned public health professional with more than a decade of experience designing and managing health programmes particularly in the fields of health workforce development, public health research, women’s health R&D and sexual reproductive health & rights in Africa.
Ms. Nfii is a member of Boards, Steering committees, and Technical advisory groups such as the Global Burden of Disease Independent Advisory Board, the Africa Oxford Initiative (AfOx), WHO Technical Advisory Group on Applied Epidemiology Targets, Future of Global Health Initiative (FGHI) among others.
Ms. Nfii has previously worked at the United Nations Population Fund East and Southern Africa Regional Office (UNFPA-ESARO) and the Center for Statistical Analysis and Research (CESAR), both in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Ms. Nfii holds a Masters in public health and demography from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, an Executive MBA from Quantic School of Business and Technology, Washington DC and currently a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) Candidate at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.