Farhan Yusuf identifies himself as a global health professional and a young African leader. He is a Pharmacist who currently works as a Senior Program Officer responsible for Pharmaceutical Systems and Supply Chain related elements in the USAID funded SHOPS Plus Project in Tanzania. Professionally his experience has been across the public, private and non-governmental sectors spanning through areas such as Governance, Health Systems Strengthening & Monitoring & Evaluation for over 6 years. He is an alumnus of leadership and development related programs such as the Brightest Young Minds and the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Center (RLC) for East Africa and has used the experience gained from such programs to improve health and education within his immediate community where he has served as a Chairman of the Health Board and is currently the Secretary of the Education Board. He is also a member of the Global Shapers Community in the Dar es Salaam Hub and was recently selected to attend the 4th African Union- European Union Youth Summit. He is very passionate about the Sustainable Development Goals and in particular their impact on aspects such as youth development, education and health. He believes in balance and enjoys traveling, meeting new people and learning from their stories. Farhan has a Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree from Muhimbili University of Health & Allied Sciences in Tanzania.