Mohammed Eissa is a highly accomplished individual with expertise as a former Officer at the United Nations (UN). Born and raised in Eastern Sudan, he provided invaluable leadership as Reproductive Health Officer for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sub-office in South Darfur, Sudan. During his tenure, Mohammed Eissa had the privilege of serving as acting team leader for the East and South Darfur States, playing a vital role in coordinating UNFA activities. At present, he resides in the United States.
Before joining the United Nations, Mohammed Eissa worked as a Reproductive Health Coordinator for Medical Emergency Relief International. He also served as the Manager of Reproductive Health for the American Refugee Committee International. He managed 16 health facilities that provided reproductive health services, including a Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care Center (CEmONC) later. In addition, Mohammed Eissa was a TOT trainer who instructed medical personnel in South Darfur on Minimum Initial Services Packages (MISP) for Reproductive Health (RH) in crisis. As a result, he received two certificates of appreciation.
Working in healthcare for over 12 years, primarily in life-threatening. In war zones, Mohammed Eissa witnessed devastating human crises and tragedies. Mohammed Eissa’s experience made him witness tragedies firsthand, prompting a newfound appreciation of peace from different angles, such as gender, age, and religion. His passion for service also extends to academia, lecturing at a Sudanese university while accruing two bachelor’s degrees, a master’s degree (finalist). and a postgraduate certificate -with over 45 additional certificates in healthcare and other diverse fields of study. All these culminated in an inspired view that peace is not just an aesthetic but must be sought actively within all facets of life.