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A typical day at work is all about meeting people, asking questions, advising and listening to the complains and possibly the expected solutions to these complains. I learnt to persevere as most of the people you meet on the course of the work could be a bit hostile, unaccommodating not willing to attend to you. WHO management is of International Standard with excellent work place culture of organized administration. The hardest part of the work is visiting very remote areas where access could be very difficult while the enjoyable part of the job is the incentives that follow and the knowledge acquired.
PROFILE SUMMARY I am a Physiotherapist with extensive experience in Public health developmental projects. With blended in-depth public health managerial skills, I provide strategic solutions in areas of Maternal and Child Health, Routine Immunization, Supplemental Immunization Activities, Disease Surveillance (Polio, Measles, yellow fever, Neonatal Tetanus, CSM, Lassa Fever and other epidemic prone diseases), Environmental health, Child protection, Education, Monitoring and Evaluation. With about Five (5) years’ experience, I have acquired skills in managing and mentoring teams and colleagues as well as providing effective and comprehensive support to my team, enabling the delivery of quality, accurate, precise and reliable results. I am currently coordinating high level polio eradication and disease preventive program and equally have an in-depth experience working in developmental projects. My experiences span across multi-cultural and religious settings in Nigeria, working with the United Nations Agency (WHO), an International Non-Governmental Organization and government institutions (PHCDB).
Be a volunteer, it sharpens my understanding based on my field of study as an health and safety educator. I get to meet alot of people who are predisposed to illness and rendering humanitarian and health assistance to them.
Free lunch and transport fair
Its a selfless environment, it is meant as more of a volunteer work than than actually a job, ensuring that the kids around get all the good health they deserve or they ought to get.
incentives, disinfectants, pens etc
Part of my work routine included; undertaking general observations and other nursing related activities, recording information about Clients and ensuring effective communication with all staff members, and providing care and support as identified in care reviews. The management and workplace culture at the World Health Organisation was satisfactory. The hardest part of the job was trying to communicate with people who did not understand English. The most enjoyable part of the job was the thought of helping people to live a better life.
Connectivity The World Health Organization helps in connecting people all over the world for the benefit of countries, cultures, race, and ethnicity. They are problem dictators and solution exhibitors to nations and this has been of help to the health sectors generally. The most important duty in the world is to care for one another and to also have a healthy people around the world so that the factors to enhance the well-being of the general public can be duly implemented. The pursuit of a healthy body, individual growth, and the improvement to our quality of life is based on a whole and complete living. Health is Wealth and the quality of our lives is what is needed for the world to be better, acceptable, bearable, supportable, sustainable, and tolerable.
WHO is a productive and efficient working place that one can improve his knowledge and career opportunity.
WHO is a place where someone could improve his knowledge, experience, career opportunity and exposure as well. WHO is an organization that makes person to improve his working capability,hardworking and be trustful in every aspects.
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A typical day at work is hectic, there are briefings every morning after which everyone sets about completing their task for the day, i learnt a lot about community linkage and mobilization, monitoring and evaluation as well as timeliness and completeness of project report updates. There are strict workplace rules, albeit in a friendly and comfortable working environment. Sometimes, it might seem a little bit hard to meet up with the timelines, but the job is so enjoyable in that there is a lot of contact with the community.
Supportive supervision of health care activities in assign local government Authorities Attitude of health workers to their patience,client. good se
The work is three sessions in a week, In other time Monday to Sunday. The project is very interested and organized I have learned and experience so many things and skills which Enable to proud and work at any where. The project has do with good relationships with the highest level staff and junior staff both male and female. The hardest part of the job is during session when patient are very Crowde and reach dose hard to reach and scared settlement. The work is very interested as I said it earlier it has good intertaiment and enough found.
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