Lighthouse Global Health Initiative | Founder
Adebisi Adenipekun is the founder of Lighthouse Global Health Initiative (LGHI), a growing initiative that envisions a world where vulnerable populations (especially adolescents, women and rural/slum dwellers) lead healthy and productive lives. Through LGHI’s platform, Adebisi and his team have implemented public health campaigns which include the Rural Contraceptives Access Campaign, Rural Empowerment and Health Promotion Project for rural dwellers, Your Health First Campaign targeted at empowering domestic workers, and SaveTheCervix, which aims to reduce the burden of cervical cancer in Nigeria.
Adebisi was invited to join the National Technical Working Group on Adolescent Health and Development in Nigeria in 2013, and his public health contribution was underscored by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Bill & Melinda Gates Institute’s scholarship to attend the third International Conference on Family Planning in 2013. Adebisi’s Family Planning Voices (FP Voices) interview was featured on both International Youth Day 2016 and World Contraception Day. He was a youth speaker at the 4th Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, and a non-state actor delegate to the 2017 World Health Assembly. Adebisi is a Women Deliver Young Leader, a 2016 World Contraception Day Ambassador, and a 2017 UNLEASH SDG Talents gold award winner (health category).
Adebisi trained as a pharmacist at Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria, and is currently a Master of Public Health candidate at University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
Meg GalasTake Stock Campaign | Manager
Ellen T. TompsettReproductive Health Supplies Coalition | Senior Programme Officer for Reducing Stockouts
Jeanna HoltzAbt Associates | Principal Associate
Ward CatesFHI 360 | President Emeritus
Kathleen ShearsFHI 360 | Senior Science Writer
Priya EmmartAvenir Health | Senior M&E Specialist, Track20
Dr. Easmon OtupiriPMA2020/Ghana | Principal Investigator
Carolyn RodehauMeridian Group International, Inc./RAISE Health Initiative | Deputy Program Manager
Posts by Topic
- Knowledge Management for Public Health 317
- Contraceptive Methods 49
- Maternal & Child Health 44
- HIV/AIDS 41
- Evaluating Health KM Programs 14
- Ten Elements of Family Planning Success 8
- Effective Health Communication Strategies 2
- Evidence-Based Family Planning Programming 2
- Easy Access to Services 1
- High-Impact Practices in Family Planning 1