Sabrine Hamdi


Sabrine Hamdi is a medical, public health and humanitarian specialist. She worked in Africa (North Africa and the Sahel), Europe and North America, with a number of federal agencies, UN agencies, and international non-governmental organizations, including the U.S. CDC, the European Commission, IOM, IFRC, and the Carter Center. Sabrine worked on a wide range of areas such as migrants' health; communicable and non-communicable diseases and neglected tropical diseases; scientific communication, health promotion and advocacy. She is fluent in three languages; namely Arabic, French and English, and has an intermediate proficiency in Spanish and Italian. Dr. Sabrine is also an alumna of the Fulbright international program. She earned her Master in Public Health degree (Global Health with a concentration in Community Health and Development) from the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University in the United States, and her Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD) from the School of Dental Medicine in Monastir, Tunisia. Email


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