Mohga is a Senior Health & HIV Policy Adviser in Oxfam GB. She has extensive experience of health policy and programming in developing countries. She has written policy papers, published articles (which have been quoted in key media outlets) and made presentations on health issues such as financing heath care, access to medicines, non-communicable diseases, gender and health, and HIV and AIDS.
Until July 2011, Mohga was the NGOs board member of UNITAID and the NGOs alternate board member on Millennium Foundation for Innovative Financing for Health. She is currently a special adviser to civil society on UNITAID. She also represents NGOs on the Market Dynamic Committee of the Global Fund and is a member of the World Bank Civil Society Consultation Group. Until recently, Mohga has been also the alternate board member for the Developed Countries NGOs delegation to the Global Fund.
After graduation as a medical doctor in Egypt, she has worked in a number of developing countries as a medical doctor, programme manager, and health policy adviser. Mohga holds an MPhil in Primary Health Care and was awarded an MBE in 2009.