Adepeju Adeniran

Founder and Co-Chair Nigeria Chapter, Women in Global Health

About Adepeju Adeniran

Dr Adepeju Adeniran is an experienced clinical and public health physician with over 15 years of experience, with core experience in the areas of health system strengthening focused on local lessons and solutions to Universal Healthcare Coverage in Nigeria. She is currently the health system strengthening lead on the Universal Health Care Access at the Lagos State Primary HealthCare Board, a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation supported project. She led health services delivery, as well as advocacy for sexual health services for marginalised key populations, The Initiative for Equal Rights, ensuring that health systems focus on equity in health delivery.

Dr Adeniran is the founder and National Co-chair of the Women in Global Health Nigeria, where she leads initiatives and advocacy for gender parity in Global Health care leadership in Nigeria. She believes that LMIC health systems have significant insights to add to global health policy and aligns her career in the direction of making these contributions palpable.

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