In this post, Olushayo Olu discusses the importance of universal health coverage in Africa, a key feature of the 1st WHO Africa Health Forum held in Kigali,… Read more »
Dr Olu is a public health physician who specialised in management of infectious diseases. He has over 27 years professional experience working as a public health specialist with several organizations in Africa and Asia including the Ministry of Health of Nigeria, Medecin San Frontieres (MSF) and the World Health Organization. His work and research interests are in global health, health system strengthening, public health disaster risk management, and infectious diseases epidemiology. He recently co-hosted the first Africa Health Forum which took place in Kigali Rwanda in June 2017.He is currently the head of the WHO Country Office in Rwanda.