Salad Ahmed Halane – Profile


Name: Salad Ahmed Halane
Country: Somalia
Date of Birth: January 1, 1990
Education: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Occupation: Medical Doctor

Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
My vision of a world that works for everyone is of a world in which no child is denied their fundamental rights. The world is the area in which we live. Living does not simply entail counting and spending the days we are medically alive; rather, life has a profound meaning. To live, we must sense, feel, and be excited in order to clean up the space we occupy. In practical terms, life is more abstract. The world requires order in order to function. Everyone has a unique perspective on how to get things in the right place. Every vision is at its best in relation to the person who is dreaming. Allow me to present my point of view on the world in an ideal setting. Men and women would be treated equally in my world order. There would be no discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, race, or political beliefs. Every individual would be expected to adhere to a moral code of conduct, respect each other, respect the law, adhere to the law, and mind one’s manners in public and private life by virtue of their social presence. Equality will promote justice and, as a result, the law-and-order situation will improve. If we can avoid discrimination, we can avoid the labels of underdeveloped, developing, and developed countries, because each country will come forward to help each other with their needs in a mutually beneficial manner.

If I were to rebuild the new world order, education would be free for all and would include skill development as required by society, as well as a job guarantee for all from the completion of studies to the state retirement age. The criteria for governments would be to work as corporations, saving money while producing more results, and not spending the entire allocated budget in order to ensure that a lower budget is not allocated the next time. Increased employment opportunities will solve the problem of brain drain, as we still have people with teary eyes who cry to be miles away from their loved ones in order to earn a living and provide a happy settlement for their family.

What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
Man-made disasters, terrorism, and preventable diseases that kill millions of children and mothers in the developing world are among the most pressing issues confronting the world today. Every year, millions of people die as a result of preventable diseases and conflicts. Terrorism is another pressing issue in today’s world, causing the deaths and displacements of vulnerable mothers and children in war-torn areas. Natural disasters are also among the most pressing issues/problems confronting the world today, and if avoided, human lives can be saved. Climate change is another major pressing issue that the world is dealing with today. Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and we are at a critical juncture. Climate change’s effects are global in scope and unprecedented in scale, ranging from shifting weather patterns that threaten food production to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding. Adapting to these impacts in the future will be more difficult and costly if drastic action is not taken today.

How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
These issues could be addressed by focusing more on cost-effective approaches to preventing communicable and non-communicable diseases, which cause enormous loss of human life around the world. Malaria, for example, kills more children in the developing world than in the developed world. Terrorism can be defeated by working together to fight it both physically and ideologically. Negotiations can be launched to put an end to these heinous killings of innocent people. Climate change can be avoided and resolved by refraining from writing dissertations and hunting wild animals. Natural and man-made disasters can also be avoided through global awareness and campaigns, advocacy, and the implementation of universal policies and regulations.
Global problems necessitate global solutions. These issues include hunger and climate change, which are two of the world’s most pressing issues, as addressed by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. However, implementing solutions at scale can appear to be a nearly insurmountable challenge. Both open innovation and cross-border collaboration are critical. When global leaders in the public and private sectors act more openly, they not only seize enormous economic opportunities, but they can also benefit society as a whole. When it comes to resolving major societal issues through innovation, new business models, or global agreements, many experts agree that the issue is political and cultural rather than technical.

Salad Halane is my name, and I was born and still live in Mogadishu, Somalia. I am a medical doctor with strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities. In all of my endeavors, I am loyal and honest. I can work in a multi-cultural team and maintain confidentiality. I am capable of working within a strict procedural framework. I have excellent communication, planning, organizational, and liaison skills. I am a rigorist who is also adaptable and open-minded. I can listen while remaining diplomatic. I am capable of developing strategies and concepts, as well as planning and delivering. I have technical expertise, as well as team management and leadership abilities. I am proficient in report and proposal writing, as well as the use of computer office packages. I am an effective negotiator when working with local partners and authorities, and I am well-versed in Somalia’s social and geographical environment. I graduated with honors from Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China, with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) majoring in Clinical Medicine. I took a variety of career development courses, including effective project management, emergency health care, and people management. I worked as clinical medical officer and Health Project Manager for Save the Children International. My duties and responsibilities include the project manager overseeing running and supervising health and nutrition programs throughout the project management cycle. I provide overall technical, managerial, and coordination support to project teams carrying out funded emergency response/developmental health projects in Somalia’s southern states. The project manager, in collaboration with the Program manager and Field coordinator, will be the Grant’s budget holder and will manage it through the existing staff in each location. The role’s key functions will include technical joint planning of the intervention, oversight of implementation, intervention monitoring, consolidation of donor reports, and budget management. He is also expected to promote and disseminate best practices, as well as document project accomplishments and lessons learned, and to carry out project implementation in accordance with MoH policies/guidelines and SCI’s strategy, internal procedures, and policies. The project manager is expected to be familiar with emergency programming with a focus on health and nutrition.

The role holder will collaborate closely with other technical teams. Further goals for the PM include staff capacity building and mentoring, identification of humanitarian needs through monitoring of the evolving situation, context analysis to aid in the development of future programs, and internal coordination to reinforce the SCI integrated approach. Depending on the mission’s size and organizational structure, my duties and responsibilities as the Health officer were as follows: The health officer will take overall responsibility for the day-to-day implementation of the health program activities under the general supervision of the project manager by leading the coordination of health activities with the staffs at the health facilities and working closely with the IDP health management team where he is expected to support on sectoral assessments, project planning, implementation, coordination, recruitment, procurement, and budget management. also worked with Local NGOs as Child protection officer/ Pediatrician. Responsibilities and duties: Assist teams dealing with child protection and gender-based violence (GBV). Ensure that the protection activities defined in the proposal/LFA/Budget are carried out. Conduct participatory needs assessments in target populations (communities) in the program intervention areas. Oversee any project-related activities of local monitoring organizations involved in child protection. Provide weekly data and monthly situational analysis reports on the operation’s child protection situation. Receive, verify, and validate information from child protection monitors. As needed, assist in the identification and selection of credible civil society organizations to partner with in the project’s implementation. Create, implement, and monitor quarterly, monthly, and weekly activity plans to achieve desired results, including activity planning and procurement. Continuously provide guidance and support for organizational and individual monitors’ child protection technical capacity. Support community mobilization and outreach activities to invite parents, community leaders, and children to participate in child protection activities. Represent the organization in meetings with government officials and other actors to advocate for and promote program goals and objectives, as well as to communicate with major policy partners. Liaison with other agencies, NGOs, government bodies, and donors to ensure coordination, the implementation of common standards in the field, and the inclusion of protection concerns in assistance programs. Ensure that the documentation of program activities is carried out correctly and is kept up to date at the field level. Provide rape survivors with psychosocial and protection services and refer them to them. I’ve also attended numerous health and social science management workshops in Somalia and elsewhere! I speak English, Arabic, and Chinese fluently.

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Books Completed

As a Man Thinketh
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Keys to Success
How to Win Friends and Influence People
Success through a Positive Mental Attitude
Creating your Path through Leadership
Awaken the Giant Within
Maximum Achievement
Goal Mapping: 7 Simple Steps to Fulfilling Your Dreams
Nonviolent Communication
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
Leadership for Dummies
Unlimited Power
The Law of Attraction
100 Great Business Ideas (From Leading Companies Around the World)
Crucial Conversations Tools for Talking When Stakes are High
How Successful People Think
How to Sell Yourself, Winning Techniques for Selling Yourself, Your Ideas, Your Message
The Leader Who Had No Title
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership