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Paul Ojajuni

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Paul is the co-founder and director of research and development at HACEY Health Initiative with over 9 of experience as an international development and public health expert mostly in policy advocacy, private sector engagement for development, health system strengthening, project design, and community mobilization. He is a tri-sector leader having designed and implemented sustainable interventions across sectors towards improving the health and productivity of underserved populations with an interest in core development issues such as health management, policy and planning, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, malaria, and HIV/AIDS. He has a master's degree in international public health from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom.

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