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Egi Abdul Wahid
Program Director
Educations
Master of Primary Health Care Management, Mahidol University, Thailand
School of Nursing, Islamic State University Jakarta
Skills
Primary Healthcare
Tobacco Control
Health Economic
Program Management
Community Health Nurses
Communicable Disease

As Program Director, Egi is responsible to oversee and manage the overall program development, implementation and its monitoring and evaluation strategy at CISDI.

Prior to working at CISDI, Egi worked as a community health nurse in primary healthcare center in rural area of Toli-toli district, Central Sulawesi. His work was performed under the Pencerah Nusantara program managed by the Office of Special Envoy President for MDGs in 2012-2013.

Egi has a long-standing interest in primary healthcare improvement, health workers empowerment, and tobacco control issues. His interests have brought him to develop tobacco control education program, and conduct research pertaining economic burden due to tobacco consumption. Outside of work, he actively provides assistance in the development of i-Care, a digital platform for homecare service in Jakarta area. His expertise in health development, project management and community development is widely recognized that he is often invited as guest lecturer, speaker and trainer Indonesia.

In 2014, Egi was chosen by the ASEAN scholarship to receive full scholarship in pursuing master’s degree in primary healthcare management. During this period, Egi was named outstanding student by the ASEAN Institute for Health Development at Mahidol University, Thailand. He also received grants from the John Hopkins University and Muhammadiyah Tobacco Control Center in 2012, as well as the Indonesia Health Network in 2016.

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Publications

The Economic Burden of Smoking-Attributeable Diseases to the Government Healthcare Expenditures in Tolitoli District

Health Status and Related Factors Among Community Health Nurses in Jakarta

Policy Brief: Sustainable Development Goals in Tobacco Control Program in Indonesia