Hadiza Khamofu

Dr. Hadiza Khamofu is the Project Director of EpiC, Nigeria at FHI 360.

She is a Board-Certified Family Physician specializing in epidemiology & tropical medicine. She’s a fellow of the National Postgraduate Medical College and has over thirty years’ clinical and public health experience in a career marked by providing strategic leadership and executive-level program management for clinical/community health, reproductive health and family planning, HIV, TB & malaria integration, COVID-19 & global health security, as well as research and product development. She has proven success in forming and leveraging vital partnerships with donors, government agencies, and civil society organizations to advocate for, promote, and implement impactful programs. She has significant experience assessing community needs, developing solutions that fully address issues, and engaging diverse stakeholders in execution and delivery.

Dr. Hadiza has a record of providing team leadership demonstrated by ability to overcome obstacles, build/repair relationships, and foster collaborative work environments. She was the Director Medical Services for the USAID flagship project Global HIV/AIDS Initiative in Nigeria (GHAIN), Deputy Chief of Party Technical for the Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS Services (SIDHAS) project, and the point of contact for the Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) project in Nigeria, and oversees the functions of TB/HIV and COVID-19 activities that charted new frontiers of disease prevention and control for FHI 360. She’s doubled as the Acting Country Director for FHI 360 Nigeria in the last two years, overseeing projects in the Nigeria country portfolio in health, education, nutrition, gender and gender-based violence, private sector engagement, humanitarian and crisis response and country office operations.