Ahmed Idhammad

Head of Sustainable Developemnt - Mohammed VI University Hospital Centre of Marrakesh

Ahmed Idhammad has an Engineering degree from The National School of Mineral Industry in Rabat (Morocco) and a PhD-degree in Modelling and Computational Science from the Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh, Morocco. He is the Head of the Sustainable Development Unit at the Mohammed VI University Hospital Centre of Marrakesh (Morocco) and the Project Manager at the Marrakech Hospital University Center.

He is a member of various international associations such as Francophone Alliance for Quality and risk Management in Healthcare. His more recent work has been concentrated on Energy Efficiency and Climate Change. 

Sessions

Thursday 20th October

Morning plenary: Building a global network to transform health systems

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