Mohammed Abrar is a public health professional with over eleven years of experience in humanitarian services, organization and project management, and community development. Mohammed has a Master’s degree in Public Health, and has completed different professional courses in humanitarian works, especially in health, WASH, and nutrition. He is interested in supporting marginalized populations to have equitable access for basic services, especially quality health services. He believes in timely and collective action in response to the plights of marginalized groups, orphans, and vulnerable children through quality intervention, community engagement, and advocacy. He shares the vision of protecting the dignity of human lives and hopes for a just society for all with an emphasis on enhancing the quality of human existence. Mohammed is a public health expert who is proactive about addressing social issues. His engagement and understanding in issues like public health emergency responses to drought and disease outbreaks, gender inequality, poverty, child rights, and climate change resulted in numerous achievements among the communities where he worked.