Ghada H. Ibrahim is an expert on population health and health systems. she has 27 years of experience in research field and extensive experience in statistical analysis, conducting scientific research, qualitative methothds, and capacity building.
Ms. Ibrahim has been working in several governmental, regional, and international organizations. She has worked as a senior researcher at public health institute in Sudan. Also, She was working in the women’s Affairs Dep. at League of Arab States as a consultant. Ms. Ibrahim worked as the director of The Egyptian Observatory for Education, Vocational training and employment at Information and Decision Support Centre- The Egyptian Cabinet. Ms. Ibrahim has been working as a researcher at Social research Centre (SRC)- American University in Cairo(AUC) and Regional Health Program at the Population council's Regional Office in Cairo. She also has worked as a consultant at WHO, UNFPA, and ESCWA. She has wide experience in conducting capacity building workshops in the Arab region as well as preparing training manuals. She has involved as training expert with SRC/AUC, IDSC, UNFPA, Population Council, and WHO, PHI in Sudan.
Ms. Ibrahim has PhD in health services and research from City, University of London- School of Health Sciences, UK. Her PhD thesis entitle "The role of the health system in women's utilization of maternal health services in Sudan". Several issues have been addressed extensively in the PhD thesis: Mexed methods, Multilevel analysis, thematic analysis, assessing health systems, suggessting reform health plans to enhance health services, client satisfaction. She has Master of Science in population health from Faculty of Health sciences at American University of Beirut. Her thesis entitles "Women’s autonomy and utilization of reproductive health services in three impoverished areas in Lebanon". Ms. Ibrahim has three postgraduate diplomas in Demography, Operation Research, and women and development.