A medical doctor, graduated from the University of port Harcourt with a Bachelor in Medicine, Bachelor in Surgery. I have years of post-graduation working experience with USAID and PEPFAR supported projects, and familiar with CBOs, NGOs, public and private sector health systems and stakeholder's engagement.
I am certified in Neonatal Resuscitation, and have experience in management of emergencies, and provision of maternal, child health and reproductive services.
I am currently working on the FHI 360-SIDHAS project, in the Prevention, Care and Treatment Department, Rivers State office, as a Technical Officer-sustainable financing Initiative (SFI),private sector. I am actively involved in coordinating community teams in targeted testing, continuous mentoring and capacity building of facility staff on quality improvement in services and documentation, administration of Continuous Quality Improvement/technical assistance and Data Quality Assurance at my supported sites, also formation of a community based, twelve-man support group to promote medication adherence. I am involved in the management of TB/HIV clients and provision of ART and PMTCT Option B+ services.
I have a certificate of recognition, from the University of Washington as Site Coordinator for the course, Leadership and Management in health, 2017, and certified in Clinical Management of HIV/AIDS, Geographic Information Systems, Leadership and management in health, University of Washington, 2017.
I am a team player, highly organized, a high achiever with strong programmatic, leadership and communication skills, a good knowledge of monitoring and evaluation and data entry.