Marko Hingi is a young health expert passionate on street medicine programs and out of hospital emergency care in developing countries. He is the resident in Internal Medicine at the Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences-Bugando, Leading Change Fellow Alumni at University of Cambridge (UK) and Associate Fellow at The Royal Commonwealth Society (UK) also recently was awarded a fellowship at Social Impact Incubator 2021 under Segal Family Foundation (USA).
He holds various local and international awards such as Be Forward Car Winner 2013, INASP Open Access Week Grant 2014, 2015, Queen's Young Leader Award 2016, Supadel (AFEM) Scholarship 2016,Young Medical Personality of the Year 2021 and many more.
As a founder of Tanzania Rural Health Movement, he has pioneered first free citywide pre hospital care services in Mwanza-Tanzania and up to date the program has reached over 1,200 patients. He has involved in publications covering various topics such as wounds infections among street connected children, Pre-Hospital Care Services, Traditional Medicines and Non-Communicable Diseases and authored a number of articles at The Citizen Magazine, Mwananchi Magazine and Medicopress Blog also he has mentored students through capstone programs in partnership with local and international universities.
Due to his innovation, enthusiasm and dedication, he has attracted international acclaim and featured on CNN's Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, BBC News and DW Radio with Ross Velton together with MainPost by Ramona Seitz.