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Samuel Dhol Ayuen

Samuel Dhol Ayuen

Samuel Dhol Ayuen

WWARN Project Manager, IDDO

Samuel Dhol Ayuen is a medical doctor from South Sudan. He graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, and a certificate in Global Health from Leiden University, in the Netherlands. He also graduated with a Master of Science in International Health and Tropical Medicine from the University of Oxford.

Before joining IDDO, Samuel Dhol was a medical doctor providing medical and surgical services in Kampala, Uganda and Juba, South Sudan. He mainly treated tropical infectious diseases like Malaria, HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections, tuberculosis, leishmaniasis, schistosomiasis and other neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) and provided clinical services to women and children. He also provided surgical, obstetrics and gynaecological and paediatrics services to the internally displaced persons (IDPs) on the outskirts of the South Sudanese capital, Juba.

Samuel Dhol joined IDDO in 2023 as an Evidence Synthesis Officer working on the Severe Malaria project and the WWARN Clinical Trials Library. He now works as the WWARN project manager at IDDO, project managing WWARN activities across IDDO teams and engaging with both internal and external stakeholders. He also develops and monitors research project budgets, timelines and scope of deliverables and ensure risks are identified and corrective action taken. The research focus of WWARN projects is malaria.

He is passionate about research and evidence-based medicine and it is this passion that has driven him to garner more skills and knowledge through engaging in research that would provide evidence to inform health policies and translate policies into practice.



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