Prof. Sabry Hamza
Sabry Hamza is a professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology with 32 years of Ob/Gyn experience and 22 years of senior-level experience as a reproductive health/safe motherhood advisor to development projects and international organizations. Other relevant areas of expertise include project management, capacity building, needs assessments, designing and implementing competency-based training programs, and health care quality management.
As director of predecessor USAID-funded health projects in Egypt and Jordan, he assisted the Ministry of Health and other key public and private health sector organizations in designing and implementing sustainable programs to improve access to and quality of reproductive, maternal, neonatal, and child health (RMNCH+) services for women of reproductive age and children under 5.
Prof. Hamza also led the design and implementation of Egypt’s and Jordan’s Maternal Mortality Surveillance and Response Systems to help eliminate preventable maternal deaths.
Prof. Hamza has many publications and scientific research papers on maternal health, use of low-cost technologies to reduce maternal mortality, in addition to family planning/reproductive health service delivery.