Public Health Professional in Nigeria
Archibong Bassey is a passionate and innovative Public Health Professional with 5 years' experience working with local and international organizations in the area of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) (particularly HIV/AIDs and intersectionality of human rights, gender and disability), Mental Health, Peace Building, Global Health, Project Management, Youth Development, and Research.
Having graduated in 2019 with a First Class Hons. in his bachelor's degree in Public health at the age of 19 from the prestigious University of Calabar, Archibong represents young people in Nigeria doing exploits in academia.
Archibong is a 2019 AFRICAVE Fellow, an African Mentorship Program designed by Queens Commonwealth Trust Young Leader- Kennedy Ekezie. He is also a 2019 Fellow of The Platform-Young Professional Bootcamp and a 2020 Fellow of the Young African Leaders Initiative, trained in Civic Leadership Management at the Regional Leadership Center, Accra, Ghana.
He is also a 2020 Ambassador of the Institute for Economics and Peace, Sydney, Australia, and recently selected as a 2020 Ambassador of the World Literacy Foundation, Melbourne, Australia.
Archibong believes that accelerating a better understanding of health care and human rights priorities can create opportunities for people to be actively involved to make the world a better place.
He is open to roles and platforms to impact positively the lives of persons across the globe.