Dr. Ajanaku is currently a project manager at the University of Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit. He is involved in conducting a comprehensive assessment of training needs for clinical trials at the University of Nottingham Ningbo School in China.
Dr. Ajanaku's educational background includes a Master of Public Health in Public Health (Global Health) from the University of Nottingham in England, where he excelled in his studies and received the highest grade - Distinction. He also holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree from Lagos State University in Nigeria. Here, he received comprehensive medical training and gained valuable clinical experience in various specialties.
Throughout his career, Dr. Ajanaku has held key leadership roles in renowned organizations, including Save the Children International (SCI), Action Against Hunger (AAH), and Médecins Sans Frontières. As a Program Manager at SCI, he successfully developed an innovative business proposal on community-led adolescent nutrition and health, resulting in positive engagement opportunities for other projects within the organization.
At AAH, Dr. Ajanaku served as the Deputy Head of the Health & Nutrition Department and Emergency Project Manager (Health & Nutrition), where he made significant contributions to improving maternal, neonatal, and child health indicators in program-supported health facilities. He also managed large teams, developed international grant proposals, and provided critical support during emergencies. He reached thousands of households with essential health and nutrition services.
Dr. Ajanaku's clinical experience includes working as a Medical Officer at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital. He has also worked at SCI and AAH-supported health facilities, and the Lagos State Health Service Commission. He has provided patient consultation and counselling, managed complex cases, and participated in emergency resuscitation efforts. This demonstrates his commitment to providing quality healthcare for those in need.
In addition to his program management and clinical expertise, Dr. Ajanaku has also been involved in research initiatives. These initiatives include multi-sectoral needs assessments, baseline surveys, and monitoring and assessment of relief and transition methodologies. His dedication to evidence-based approaches and ability to work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders makes him an asset to any public health program or project.
Dr. Ajanaku's passion for improving public health, his extensive experience in international settings, and his proven track record of success in program management, clinical practice, and research make him a highly respected and accomplished public health professional. He continues to make meaningful contributions to public health, working tirelessly to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable populations around the world.
Noah Ajanaku is a qualified and experienced public health professional with a strong background in global health, program management, and emergency response. He holds a Master of Public Health with Distinction from the University of Nottingham, England. He also holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Lagos State University, Nigeria. Noah has a track record of successfully managing health and nutrition programs in international organizations such as Save the Children International and Action Against Hunger. He has improved key performance indicators and project delivery. He has extensive experience conducting research and assessments, developing proposals, and building the capacity of teams. Noah is skilled at community engagement, stakeholder communication, and strategic planning, and has a proven ability to lead and motivate teams in challenging environments. He is committed to improving public health outcomes, particularly in underserved communities. He understands health promotion, nutrition, epidemiology, and health economics. Noah's expertise in public health, combined with his clinical experience and research skills, makes him a valuable asset to any health-related program or project.