Abraham Zerihun Megentta is the Ethiopia Program Director for Last Mile Health. In this role, Abraham oversees our work with the Federal Ministry of Health in Ethiopia to upskill the community health workforce. He leads several initiatives, including blended in-service training for community health workers, digital training for COVID-19 response, and health system leadership development for health leaders.
Abraham brings extensive experience working in public health programs implemented at primary healthcare and community levels to his work with Last Mile Health. Prior to joining our team, he worked at UNAIDS, Clinton Health Access Initiative, Yale University, and the Children Investment Fund Foundation in roles dedicated to health management, health system strengthening, maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, and human resources for health in Ethiopia, Jamaica, Lesotho, and Rwanda. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from Addis Ababa University and a Masters in Public Health from Mekele University.