Dr. Senait who is also the founder of Centre for Reproductive Health Training (CRHT) has been working hard on improving maternal mortality and reproductive injustices in sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia. Dr.Senait has been a significant advocate for reproductive rights and gender equality and has published numerous articles in the fields of reproductive endocrinology, infertility, and medical ethics.


Dr. Senait was born in Ethiopia. After completing high school, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in the USA. While attending the University of Michigan, Dr. Senait developed new interests in the field of medical malpractice, specifically in the areas of obstetrics and gynecologists. She completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology in 2003, and a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility in 2006, at the University of Michigan medical center.


RCOG (RoyalCollegeObsGyn in London)  has awarded Dr.Senait a well-deserved membership recognizing her as “globally-recognized a leader in reproductive health and rights and a lifelong gender champion.” “We are delighted to welcome Professor Senait Fisseha @DrSenait as an Honorary Fellow of the RCOG. Professor Fisseha is a globally-recognised leader in reproductive health & rights and a lifelong gender champion.” — RoyalCollegeObsGyn (@RCObsGyn)


RCOC is London UK-based association works on improving women health care all over the world, which now have 16,000 members and range of partners across the globe. According to their official website, the benefit of being an associate member is that “It provides the tools and resources needed to keep doctors obstetrics and gynecology knowledge and skills up-to-date, advance career development and deliver the highest standards of care to patients.” 


Sources: www.addisinsight.net  and RCOG