Tesfaye H. Tufa, MD, is an Obstetrician and gynecologist with both national and global experience on sexual and reproductive health. He has completed his medical training at the University of Gondar in 2011 and completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Saint Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College in 2017.
Dr. Tesfaye has also completed a fellowship in family planning from Saint Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College in December 2020 and did one year of research attachment at the World Health Organization headquarter, Geneva, as part of his training. During his stay at the World Health Organization, he was part of the reproductive health and research team.
Dr. Tesfaye has authored and coauthored a growing number of scientific publications in both International and local reputable journals. His role as a director of Saint Paul Institute for Reproductive Health and Rights is commenced as of April 2020. He will also continue engaging in clinical and teaching activities with a special focus on complex contraception and comprehensive abortion care.
Role: PI and Director