Lamin M. Fadera
Lamin is the Program Manager for the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Unit at The Gambia Directorate of Public Health Services. He also serves as the IHR coordinator.
Previously he served in the public health office in various health facilities for several years. He received a scholarship to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana where he obtained a Masters of Science in Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation before stepping into his current role.
“This course will increase my knowledge on using system thinking to look at issues in a broader perspective so I can contribute to find, stop and prevent disease outbreaks in the Gambia.”
What is the PMEP course?
Program Management for Epidemic Preparedness course graduates are the epidemic preparedness leaders of tomorrow. Competitively selected, they represent their countries’ strongest front against disease outbreaks. Together, they will form a global network of experts effectively managing their countries’ ability to find, stop and prevent epidemic threats. Learn more...