Digital Campaigns Manager, Bridge Connect Africa Initiative
Mubarak Idris is the digital campaigns manager for Bridge Connect Africa Initiative (BCAI) where he builds user-interactive content and utilizes digital media as a tool to promote policy advocacy on population, health, and environment in Africa. He is a member of the Advocacy and Accountability sub-committee for the International Conference on Family Planning 2022, a ONE Champion, a fellow of the Community Engagement Exchange Program by the U.S. State Department, and a member of the European Union Youth Sounding Board. He has worked on the Policy, Advocacy and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health (PACE) project for four years, using evidence-driven multimedia tools for policy communication and advocacy.
Working in PHE (Population, Health, and Environment) gives me a unique perspective on the realities of community development. A lot of the factors that hinder the realization of optimum human health are closely linked to ...
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