Tell us something about your work and yourself.
I have a background in program/project management, with the experience of working for the Sustainable Mechanism for Improving Livelihoods and Household Empowerment (SMILE), a USAID-funded project supporting technical and administrative management in Benue State, Nigeria. Childhood TB case-finding and its linkage to treatment are our major indicators.
I have delivered quality solutions during different levels of engagement with the project, in collaborative support with intergovernmental agencies.
I possess a successful record in analyzing problems, then designing and instituting Project Management Office (PMO) methodologies, that work to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
I possess expert-level skills in planning, monitoring, reporting, resource management, quality assurance, and risk management.
I hold a Bachelor’s degree in English Education and a Master’s degree in Social Works. Moreover, I have completed a professional certification in project management, as well as other related trainings and courses.
How did you find out about Pacific Open Learning Health Net (POLHN)?
I found out about POLHN through Google.
What course(s)/topic(s) have you studied with POLHN?
I have successfully completed the following three courses from POLHN:
- Tuberculosis Essentials Training Course
- Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP)
- Childhood TB for Healthcare Workers
What do you like best about studying with POLHN?
I like the course contents, presentation style, innovative/recent information related to the subject, and the contextualized material.
Reasons for taking POLHN courses?
It was the part of my professional development plan for the year to complete a course each around malaria, childhood TB, and mental health.
What advice do you have for others?
POLHN free courses are the key to enhancing your professional and personal capabilities in the developing world, and you can complete them for free!