Olusoji O. Adeyi
Olusoji Adeyi, MD, MBA, DrPH, is the Director of the Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice at the World Bank Group. He has served as the World Bank’s Sector Manager for Health, Nutrition and Population in Eastern and Southern Africa, with responsibilities for the institution’s support for policies, strategies and programs in the sub-region. Dr. Adeyi was founding Director of the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm) at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
Formerly coordinator of public health programs at the World Bank, Dr. Adeyi led a number of initiatives on global public health policies and strategies, and analyses of the integration of health systems and health interventions. Dr. Adeyi has extensive experience in policies, strategies and programs for health systems, service delivery and disease control at the global, regional and country levels in Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. He has also had responsibilities with the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria, the World Health Organization, UNAIDS and Harvard School of Public Health. He has authored research papers and books on service delivery, quality of care, maternal health, health financing, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and chronic non-communicable diseases.
- Réduire le lourd impact de la pollution sur la santé
- Reducir la carga sanitaria causada por la contaminación
- تخفيف الأعباء الصحية الناجمة عن التلوث
- Reducing the health burden due to pollution
- L’importance des liens entre changement climatique et santé pour le développement
- Vincular el cambio climático y la salud para lograr mejores resultados de desarrollo
- Connecting Climate Change and Health for Better Development
- ربط تغير المناخ بالصحة من أجل تحقيق تنمية أفضل