Despite coming from a broken home and being raised by a single mother, Gbadegesin started volunteering at the age of 18 and has served a number of notable organizations in Nigeria to create local actions and champion solutions to promote the health of underserved populations.

He is a 2016 Women Deliver Youth Scholar and was awarded the prestigious National Youth Service Corps Honours Award in Katsina State in 2013 and 2014 for his contribution to community development service.

Gbadegesin holds a Bachelor’s of Technology in Human Anatomy and a Masters of Public Health, majoring in Health Policy and Management from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

   

Articles:

Combating the Silent Crisis of Malnutrition in Nigeria; a Story of Pain, Survival and Hope

Gaps in the Sanitation Infrastructure: The Unsung Struggle and Hardship of the Oranyan Slum-Dwellers in Nigeria

How Investment in Dairy Farming Can Empower and Improve the Lives of Women: Model and Lessons from Nigeria

Why Africa Needs Universal Health Coverage

Outcry: The Exploitation of Young Professionals in Public Health

Metastasis: When Cancer Comes for Nigeria’s Young Women