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Technical officer, prevention and mitigation (edo) 200 000
Job Type: Full-Time

Education

From 0 to 2004
University of Jos
From 0 to 1990
Command Secondary School, Jos
From 0 to 1998
Upward Bound Computers
No added languages

Experience

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Civil Society for the Eradication of Tuberculosis in Nigeria (TB Network)
March 2013 - Present Day (4 years 3 months)

Task Summary

Oversee M&E component of the GF round 9 Phase 2 Community Health Systems Strengthening service delivery areas.

Specific responsibilities include:

M&E capacity building for lead NGOs and CBOs – provide on the job capacity building for over one hundred participating NGOs and CBOs in TB Network’s focal states.

Data Quality Validationensure that all donor standards for data are met and on time.

On site Data Verification – lead in OSDV and provide feedbacks and innovations

Data collation and submission – ensure validated data is collated and submitted to Principal Recipient as at when due

Lead in M&E component development in budgets and work plans – ensure that M&E component is adequately covered in all organizational work planning and budgeting

Consultant Monitoring & Evaluation lead, NYSC (Abuja)
Association for Reproductive and Family Health
December 2011 - December 2012 (1 year 1 month)

Job Responsibility:

Provide technical support to NYSC RH&HIV/AIDS unit on coordination, strengthening, monitoring and evaluation of project to meet Global Fund objectives for in-school youth project.

Achievements:

  • mediated effectively between ARFH (principal GF recipient) and NYSC (Sub-recipient) as well as bridged programmatic gaps to meet set project objectives and timelines.
  • strengthened states project team capacities to effectively monitor volunteer youth corps members and generate data for reporting to donors.
  • provided support to the project coordinating unit at NYSC National Directorate Headquarter in strategic documentation and effective correspondence with partners and donors.
  • led in NYSC M&E component inputs to national project documents and proposals
Assistant Manager/ State Project Cordinator (UAFC), Asaba
Society for Family Health
November 2008 - September 2010 (1 year 11 months)
  • Oversight leadership of all SFH (Oxfam-Novib's UAFC, Global Fund Malaria, USAID IRHIN) programmes in Delta State
  • Technical Assistance to Partners (CSOs - FBOs, NGOs and CBOs) and SACA HIV & AIDS Response
  • Documentation of success/human interest stories, participate in BCC materials development and administration
  • Monitoring, Reporting, Management and General Administration

Achievements:

Provided technical and financial support to project activities in the areas of delivery of programme intervention and services networking, policy, advocacy, partnership and coordination of HIV prevention work amongst most at risk people with particular focus on Female Condom services and distribution in Delta state. There was evidence based upsurge in prevention knowledge within the period.

Behavior Change Communication Officer (Benin)
Society for Family Health
June 2006 - November 2008 (2 years 5 months)

Responsibility:

Provide technical SBCC support to project activities in the areas of delivery of prevention programme interventions and services networking, policy, advocacy, BCC materials development, documentation, partnership and coordination of HIV prevention work among MARPs, working on the following funded Donor funded projects – DFiD/PSRHH, USAID/IRHIN, Global Fund/Malaria.

Achievements:

  • led in the assessment and selection of CSO/NGO/FBO partners as well as provided needed capacity to identify and select persons for training and mobilization as Peer Educators in over seven communities of Edo state.
  • Effectively scaled up work with influencers and other intervention site based stake holders involved with the implementation of SFH project strategy in target communities
  • Coordinated effectively the implementation of mass media programs for MARPS in the region, these included periodic wave reviews for the nationally acclaimed USAID funded radio drama ‘One Thing at A Time’, The network TV series ‘Wetin Dey’ and popular radio urban life programme ‘Flava’.
  • Coordinated and supported the execution of SFH research unit activities and contributed to the development of communication materials like Posters, Handbills, Billboards and Branded items for youths and general population.
Intern (NYSC)
Society for Family Health
March 2005 - March 2006 (1 year 1 month)

Responsibilities:

  • Acted as Regional Communication Officer (RCO) in charge of Most At Risk Males (MARMs)
  • Provided support to lead programme staff
  • Administration, including facilitating meetings

Achievements:

  • Contributed to the stability of peer education process among Transport Workers, Uniformed Service Men and Female Sex Workers in three communities, Benin region rose to its highest point in the period.
  • Provided technical support needed for the formation of a youth based Community Based Organization (CBO) in Aduwawa.
  • Was in charge of contents compilation for the periodic SFH Benin newsletter
Publisher/Editor in Chief
Ujay Gazette
February 2003 - March 2005 (2 years 1 month)

Responsibilities:

  • Founding Editor and publisher of U-JAY GAZETTE, a campus based news, entertainment, informative and educative magazine.

Achievement:

  • Under my leadership, the magazine grew to become the most popular, most respected and highest selling of such in the recent history of the university.