Munzer Alkhalil is a researcher at Research for Health System Strengthening in North West of Syria Project / 2021- 2022.
He has worked as General Manager at Idlib Health Directorate from 2013 until 2020.
He has worked as an orthopedist and manager of many Hospitals in Idlib province between 2011-2015.
Dr Munzer was a member of the Medical Board of Idlib province in 2012. Also, he was the head of the Medical Office in Idlib province in 2011.
In 2008 and 2009, he was the head of the voluntary medical camps in Syria.
From 2006 to 2007, Alkhalil was the head of the administrative body of the faculty of medicine at Aleppo University.
Dr Munzer is a co-founder of the first field hospital in Syria in 2011, Alamal hospital for orthopaedic surgery, Idlib Health Directorate, and many central health projects such as forensic medicine, drugs control, referral system, health information system and the health coordination body.
He holds a university degree in human medicine from Aleppo University in 2007. And he had a certificate of specialization in orthopaedics from the Syrian Board of Medical Specialties in 2017. He also holds an MSc Health Policy, Planning and Financing certificate from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and London School of Economics and Political Science.
Dr Munzer had many diplomas in hospital management, health governance, health systems through crisis and recovery, and strategic planning from many universities.
He was granted many trophies from the presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic in 2009 for active participation in the voluntary actions in Syria. And from Aleppo University – Faculty of Medicine in 2007 and from the Political body in Idlib province and many health organizations.
Dr Munzer had several activities on society empowerment, building the local councils, documenting the use of chemical weapons in Syria, advocacy campaigns to stop attacking health facilities and personnel, and working with the Arab Observer Delegation to Syria to implement the plan of resolving the Syrian crisis and providing protection for civilians in 2011.