Duaa Mohamed is 27 years, a Sudanese pharmacist, global health activist, who strives to inspire people to lead healthy lives. Duaa is deeply interested in women and children health.
She is a life member of national emergency response program (SAIND), UAE and the International Pharmaceutical Federation Program (FIP), and ministry of the health youth council. She is a certified soul centered leadership trainer, certified public speaking trainer and successfully completed three levels of life coaching program.
Duaa is a co-organizer and facilitator at (matsh) organization for youth development. At a very young age, Duaa started volunteering with various organizations and always maintain Passion for community service. And she has been involved in different health campaigns and initiatives, therefore she was chosen among thousands of applications to part of the Global health intensive program at Harvard University (2017), which was a life-changing experience for her.
Duaa organized her first initiative in Sudan (Dawaey) to help people who can’t afford medications. Duaa is a holder of Bachelor degree of Pharmacy from the University of Sharjah in UAE, and currently, she is doing her master degree in public health policy at Mohamed Bin Rashid School of government in Dubai, UAE. Duaa also has been awarded a scholarship of master in global health delivery from Arizona University.
Duaa seeks to lead global health in the MENA region and to empower women.