Serik Kozhabekov graduated from Semipalatinsk Medical University in 1995 and subsequently worked as a medical officer in the Kazakh Armed Forces. His professional duties included medical monitoring of pilots’ health and participation in flights as a member of the rescue team. In 2002, Serik retired from the Kazakh Armed Forces due to illness. After that, he worked as a doctor in the Almaty TB dispensary. His professional duties included detection and treatment of new TB cases in Almaty. In 2004, Serik passed a selection process for the position of head of TB and HIV projects and joined the Kazakhstan Red Crescent Society. In the period from 2004 to 2017, he worked in various positions in the Kazakhstan Red Crescent Society, including medical positions and positions in organizational development. During this time, he carried out some activities within ICRC projects, such as organizing a training for doctors “Emergency room trauma course”, in which he participated and received a certificate. In 2013, he participated in the training “Safer Access” organized by the Tashkent ICRC Delegation. In 2015, he participated in the training “IHL and Restoring Family Links”. Overall, Serik has participated in many trainings organized by the leading international agencies and organizations such as IFRC, USAID, Global Fund, UNHCR, UNAIDS, American Red Cross, Russian Red Cross, etc. Since 2017, I have been working for the international NGO “Partners in Health (PIH)”.