Dr. Izzeldin Fadl Adam obtained his PhD from the Department of International Health and Medicine at Tokyo Medical and Dental University. Across the field work of humanitarian crisis Izzeldin was challenged to apply his knowledge in health and nutrition emergencies, where he learnt practical lessons from IDPs and bridged the gap between theory and practice. This experience enabled him to explore cognition; perspectives; and behaviors of neglected communities at conflict-affected areas. Mr. Fadl succeeded to apply the principles of public health and mobilized the targeted communities to adopting new healthier actions, and discarding negative practices, the matter promoted health and. Eventually, his reputation of working under atmosphere of conflict-affected settings coupled with his academic career where he publish many papers in peer-reviewed journal to share his evidence with international scientific community. Hence, he expanded his background on ultimate facts of unlimited space of knowledge.