Dr. Ebenezer Obi Daniel obtained his PhD in public health from Central University of Nicaragua (in academic partnership with Texila American University). He is an International Public Health Specialist with more than twelve years of experience in humanitarian affairs associated with Maternal, New born and Child Health (MNCH), Research, Project Monitoring and Evaluation, Health System Strengthening, Quality Assurance and Capacity Building, with teaching/mentoring experience for public health students, staff and volunteers. He worked for Doctors with Africa-CUAMM as Technical Advisor and Project Manager in Rumbek, Lakes State, South Sudan, where he was responsible for providing leadership and overall guidance in project planning, implementation and monitoring/evaluation including direct technical support; (training and mentoring) to staff, towards achieving effective participatory and sustainable implementation, of primary and secondary health care system at all levels. He presently works as an associate faculty staff of Texila American University in charge of graduate studentsí research supervision. Dr. Daniel has been involved in many public health field works and operational researches. He has research publications on various medical and public health issues to his credit. He is known for commitment to excellence that is evident through all aspects of his work. He is innovative, demonstrates respect for others, passionate about his work and has a strong sense of accountability. His contributions have helped dramatically improve the reproductive health, child health, Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), surveillance, prevention and treatment of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), health promotion, nutrition therapy program (as funded by USAID, HPF, WFP, UNICEF and Italian Cooperation funds) including evaluation system in the Lakes State, South Sudan. The improvements reported in the external quality scores under his leadership have been simply dramatic. Importantly, Daniel is dedicated to mentoring students, interns, staff and volunteers.
Dr. Daniel research interests include International public health, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH), Reproductive Health, Impact evaluation of humanitarian care/interventions, Child nutrition, Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPDs), Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) and Disaster management.