Elvis Okolie is a Commonwealth Scholar, double distinction holder, and valedictorian from the University of Calabar (Nigeria) and Teesside University (United Kingdom) where he bagged a Bachelor of Public Health (BPH—First Class) and Master of Public Health (MP—Distinction) respectively. He is a public health practitioner with over eight years of experience in volunteering, health and behavioral research, project management, capacity building, sexual and reproductive health, monitoring and evaluation, advocacy, and social mobilization. Elvis currently works as a PHE/PED consultant for People-Planet Connection. Beyond work, he is a football lover, music enthusiast, and loves mentoring the next cohort of African scholars.
Parkers Mobile Clinic (PMC360) is a Nigerian non-profit organization. It brings integrated health care services, including reproductive health services, to the doorsteps of people in rural and remote areas. In this interview, Dr. Charles Umeh, ...
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