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Osahon Cv 2012

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Osahon Jeremiah Ikponmwosa OGBEIWI Residential Address: 12 Buttercup Lane, East Ardsley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 2LU, England Tel: 01924870166, Mobile: 07999444545, Email: osahonjio@factfinderscsl.co.ukUK VISA STATUS: Indefinite Residence. DRIVING LICENSE STATUS: Full UK License Class B, no pointsResumé Summary:Osahon is a mature experienced post-graduate programme management consultant and expertise inprogramme monitoring and evaluation, information management and scientific research. Having amedical and community health background, his career track record includes many years workingexperience in various levels of programme management: from program manager, Office Manager &Administrator, Country Representative & National Coordinator, Regional (Africa) Coordinator,Consultant to Company Director. His data management career has covered UK and international rolesthat included Data Analyst, Data Administrator and Research Consultant. He has worked with a widerange of organisations as employers, clients or partners in the UK, Nigeria and Sudan. He has justcompleted a total 16-month research consultancy coordinating the nationwide National TuberculosisPrevalence Survey in Nigeria.Osahon is hard-work with popularity for impact-making and quality service delivery and personalmotivation for meeting work targets and deadlines.CAREER HISTORYCurrent Employment Role Organisation and address DateDirector & Executive Factfinders Consultancy Services Limited From 03/02/2009Consultant (FACTfindersCSL) till date 12 Buttercup Lane, East Ardsley, Wakefield, WF3 2LU Tel/Fax: 01924870166 Email: info@factfinderscsl.co.uk Profile: www.factfinderscsl.co.uk Website: www.factfinderscsl.com Company Registered in England & Wales: no:06808469 Also Registered in Nigeria: RC 796959Main duties • Strategic Management and Administration of Company Offices and Services in UK and Nigeria. • Execution of all Consultancy jobs for the Company • Networking with Partners to execute services, especially in convening quarterly Monitoring and Evaluation Courses.Service products are in 3 packages: 1. Data-Manna: Data management - Data Analysis and writing technical reports, Surveys and Research – market survey, community health research, operational research, feasibility studies, 2. Prog-Measure: Programme measurement exercises – situational analysis, supervision, monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) 3. Centre for Programme Management Studies: Convening Training Courses on programme management topics in UK and overseas – Basic and Advanced M&E courses, International 1
  2. 2. Programme Management Course, Communication, Training and Facilitation Skills Course, Computer Courses – EXCEL, EPI-INFO, ACCESS, etcPrevious (main) Full-Time Employments (From Most Recent)1. Prevalence Survey Coordinator(Global Fund R9 TB Grant sponsored Consultancy) National TB & Leprosy Control Programme,Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja, Nigeria. From 01/03/2011 to 30/06/2012. Employed by PrincipalRecipient: Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH)Main Duties: • Planning, Coordination and Monitoring conduct of the nationwide National Tuberculosis Prevalence Survey • Managing the Central Survey Secretariat – Office Logistics and Staff • Managing, Capacity Building and Supervision of the multidisciplinary Zonal and State level Survey Teams • Organizing requisition, procurement, distribution and supply of survey logistics (equipment and consumables) for field activities in the States and Zones. • Budgeting and organizing of funding for survey activities in the central survey secretariat and the Survey Teams working in the States and Zones. • Preparation of Monthly Progress Reports and Survey Technical Situation/Activity Reports2. Data AdministratorWakefield Call Centre Office, Diamond Resort International, Citrus House, Caton Road, LancasterLA1 3UA, England, UK. Website: www.diamondresorts.com From 07/10/2008 to 04/12/2009Main Duties as Administrative Assistant: • Daily data entry, generation and reporting on customer bookings using EXCEL database, • Preparation of weekly wage & timesheets for staff payments, • Weekly analysis of Key performance Indicators of staff productivity using EXCEL tables and graphs, storage of daily customer bookings data into ACCESS based database. • Reception duties of telephone and Email.3. Epidemiologist/ Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant(Global Fund R5 TB grant Sponsored Consultancy), National TB & Leprosy Control Programme(NTBLCP), Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja, Nigeria. From 01/09/2007 to 31/12/2008. Employedby Principal Recipient: Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN)Main duties: • Organisation of quarterly collation, analysis and reporting on TB data of the National TB Programme, • Tracking, monitoring and reporting of quarterly activities based on the quarterly activity plan, • Planning proposals, commissioning, execution and reporting of the quarterly supervision of the implementation by State TB programmes, • Preparing of quarterly and annual progress/situation reports on the National TB and Leprosy Control Programme in Nigeria, • Chairmanship of the M&E Sub-committee of the National TB/HIV Collaboration Working Group.4. Data Analyst – Exceptions and DeprogrammingNpower (UK) Ltd, Limewood Approach, Seacroft, Leeds. LS14 1NG. From 28/05/2007 to31/08/2007. Temporary staff employed by Brookstreet (UK) Ltd, Albion Place, Leeds.Main Duties: • Data entry, validation and deprogramming of gas and electricity metering data, • Identification and corrections of exceptions or errors in metering data, • Telephone communication with engineers, agents and partners of NPOWER Meter-plus to retrieve or correct metering information. 2
  3. 3. • Creating of metering jobs for NPOWER engineers and agents.5. Regional Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator for Africa,The Leprosy Mission International, 80 Windmill Road, Brentford, Middlesex, West London TW80QH. Based at the International Office, Brentford, London from 03/01/2007 to 31/05/2007, and at theAfrica Monitoring & Evaluation Service (AMES) Office in Abuja Nigeria, from 01/07/1999 to04/12/2006. Website: www.leprosymission.orgMain Duties: • Administration of human, financial and materials resources of the Regional Office of Africa Monitoring and Evaluation Service (AMES), • Planning, Commissioning and Execution of Evaluations of TLM projects in Africa Region, • Quarterly monitoring of progress of TLM projects in Africa based on planned performance and leprosy control indicators, • Planning and Facilitation of Annual Evaluation Workshops in Africa and Asia for training of TLM staff in Project Evaluation6. International Data Analyst (combined with the above role),The Leprosy Mission International, 80 Windmill Road, Brentford, Middlesex, West London TW80QH. Worked in active Collaboration with the Evaluation and Monitoring Network office based inApeldoorn, The Netherlands from 2002 to 2007Main Duties: • Development of TLM Global Database (ACCESS based), • Annual Collation, Validation, Analysis and Reporting of leprosy control data reported by TLM projects in all three regions of Africa, South Asia and east Asia Pacific, • Preparation of Annual Global Statistical Reports of TLM detailing status and progress of leprosy care & control and Rehabilitation activities globally.7. National Coordinator (Country Representative for Nigeria),The Leprosy Mission International, Nigeria Coordination Office, 1 Ladi Kwali Road, BesideNYSC Secretariat, Minna, Nigeria Based at the Nigeria Coordination Office (NCO), 15/10/1992 to30/06/1999Main Duties: • Administration of the human, financial and materials resources of the Nigeria Coordination Office (NCO), • Country-level representation with the Federal and State governments and other Partner Non- Governmental agencies with regards to funding agreements of the National Leprosy Control Programme in Nigeria, • Periodic appraisal, supervision, and evaluation and capacity building of projects assisted by TLM in Nigeria, Leadership of advisory and management committees relating the coordination of the work of TLM Nigeria • Capacity building of project staff8. Senior Medical Officer 1Edo State Hospitals Management Board, Ministry of Health, Benin City, Nigeria (During a periodof part-time study leave from TLMI). Based at Central Hospital and Sickle Cell Centre, both in BeninCity, Nigeria. 08/09/2003 to 31/03/2005Main Duties: • Clinical management of Accident & Emergency cases at the Casualty at Central Hospital, Benin, • Daily consultation at the General Out-Patients at Central Hospital, Benin • Management of Patients suffering from Sickle Cell Disease at Sickle Cell Centre, Benin • Administration of the Sickle Cell Centre, Benin.9. Medical Officer (Project Manager), 3
  4. 4. The Leprosy Mission International, 80 Windmill Road, Brentford, Middlesex, West London TW80QH. Based at Leprosy Hospitals in the settlements at ECWA Hospital, Okegbala, Kwara StateNigeria and QIC Leprosy Hospital, Ekpene Obom, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. From 20/12/1988 to15/10/1992Main Duties: • Clinical management of patients suffering from Leprosy disease at the leprosy hospitals, • Coordination of leprosy field activities at district level in 5 LGAs in Kwara State, • State liaison and representation with the officials of the State government and Church proprietors of the leprosy hospitals, • Health education of patients and community members regarding early deteion and prevention of leprosy and its prevention.RECENT CONSULTANCY JOBS (FROM 2009):Research and Evaluation Exercises• Evaluation Consultancies: 1. Evaluation Consultant and Independent (external) Evaluator: Evaluation Plan and Terminal Evaluation of Primary Health Care Project “Shalom” in Izzi Community of Ebonyi State, Nigeria: 22-26 February 2010. Non-Governmental Organisation funded by Oikonomos Foundation, The Netherlands. Status: Plan, Exercise and Final Evaluation Report completed. 2. Evaluation Consultant and Independent (external) Evaluator: Terminal Outcome Evaluation of Socio-Economic Development Project located in 5 leprosy communities in Kwara State, funded by the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA). Client: The Leprosy Mission Nigeria, 9 – 13 August, 2010. Status: Plan, Exercise, and Final Evaluation Report Completed. 3. Evaluation Consultant and Independent (external) Evaluator: Evaluation of The Nigerian Indigenous Capacity Building Project (NICaB) Phase 1 in 6 States of Nigeria – funded by the PEPFAR fund of USAID. Client: NICaB, Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN). 1 – 15 September 2010. Status: Plan, Concept, Exercise and Final Evaluation Report completed. 4. Evaluation Consultancy and Lead Evaluator: Mid-Term Evaluation of the State Leprosy Control Programmes – include 4 project areas of Multi-Drug Therapy (MDT), Prevention of Impairment and Disability, Socio-Economic Development and Political Commitment – in Zamfara, Sokoto and Kebbi (3 Northwestern States) supported by The Leprosy Mission Nigeria (TLM), 18th to 30th November, 2010. Status. Plan, Concept, Exercise and Draft Evaluation Report Completed. 5. Evaluation Consultancy and Lead Evaluator: Terminal Evaluation of the Cross River State Water Supply and Sanitation Project in 4 target Local Government Areas of Cross River State Nigeria, Funded by the European Community (EC) and Implemented by Concern Universal Nigeria. 3o January to 12th February 2011. Status: Plan and concept completed. Exercise ongoing.• Research Consultancy: 1. Research Consultant: Planning, Coordination and Execution of Country Level Situation and Needs Assessment of The Leprosy Mission Nigeria. Commenced October 2009, Completed in January 2010. Clients: The Leprosy Mission Nigeria. 2. Research Consultant: Planning, Coordination and Execution of Country Level Situation and Needs Assessment of The Leprosy Mission Sudan. Commenced November 2009, Completed in February 2010. Clients: The Leprosy Mission Sudan (Khartoum). 3. Prevalence Survey Coordinator: Planning, Execution, Organisation and Coordination of a nationwide Tuberculosis Prevalence Survey in Nigeria for the Federal Ministry of Health on the auspices of Association for Reproductive and Family Health ARFH), the principal recipient of the Global Fund TB Grant Round 9. Started March 1 2011, completed June 2012. 4
  5. 5. • M&E Assessments: 1. Lead Consultant for Situational Assessment of the Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in 5 States assisted by PATHS2 in Nigeria (a subsidiary of ABT Associates, USA) – funded by the DFID (UKAID), July 12 – August 20, 2010. Client: Partnership for Health Systems Strengthening 2 (PATHS2). Status: Plan, Concept, Exercise and Draft Assessment Reports completed. 2. Co-Consultant for the development of a Results-Based M&E Framework for the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria (Desk-Review and Consultative Forum Discussions) - funded by the DFID (UKAID), April 2011 – February 2012. Client: Partnership for Health Systems Strengthening 2 (PATHS2). Status: Completed 3. Sole Consultant for Situational Assessment of the Monitoring and Evaluation Systems of National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) assisted by PATHS2 in Nigeria (a subsidiary of ABT Associates, USA) – funded by the DFID (UKAID), June 20 – July 6, 2012. Client: Partnership for Health Systems Strengthening 2 (PATHS2). Status: Report Writing completed 28th August 2012. 4. Facilitator/Consultant for Consultative Workshop for Development of M&E Results Framework for the State Health Ministries of Health in Kano State (25 th May 2011) and Lagos State (1-3 August 2012) in Nigeria. Client: PATHS2, NigeriaData Management:• Data Processing: of Research data of the Nigeria Point of Care Survey and writing of the Research Report, titled: “The Uptake of POCT in developing countries: a quantitative study of the level and determinants of doctors’ accessibility to POCT devices in Nigeria.” Completed April 2009. Client: J & E Consultants Ltd, Berkshire, UK• Nigeria TB Survey: Training of Data managers for the handling of data system of the Nigeria National TB Prevalence Survey, design of the EPI-INFO computerised statistical database for the survey data storage and analysis and development (authorship) of the Data Management Manual for the National Survey. Completed 13th May 2010. Client: Dr. Philip Patrobas, WHO National Programme Officer for the Global Fund for TB grant Round 5 phase 2 (the Survey Coordinator) on behalf of the National TB Programme of the Federal Ministry of Health, NigeriaTraining Courses:• Abuja M&E Courses: Convener and key facilitator of Basic and Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation Courses – organised in Abuja, Nigeria in partnership with Change Managers International (CMI), African Women Empowerment Guild (AWEG) and the National TBL Training Centre, Zaria. A total of 12 courses completed so far: 4 courses in 2009 and 8 in 2010 (2 each quarter in March, June, September and December): 6 Basic and 6 Advanced courses. Dates: 8-12 March 2009, 15 – 26 June 2009, 7 –11 September 2009, 7 –11 December 2009, 1 – 12 March 2010, May 31st to June 11th 2010 and September 13th to 24th (with 3 international participants from Bangladesh) and December 6th to 17th. Trained a total of 207 participants• Training Consultancy: 1. Training Consultant: Key facilitation and convening of Special Monitoring and Evaluation Course for 10 Senior Malaria Programme Managers of Yakubu Gowon Centre, Abuja. Funded by the Global Fund For Malaria Control in Nigeria. Held at Carter Guinea worm centre, Jos from 6th to 8th January 2010 2. Training Consultant: Key facilitation and course convening of ‘Essentials of M&E Course’ for training of 20 Programme and M&E Staff of Pathfinders International, Nigeria. A customised Monitoring and Evaluation Course in Asokoro, Abuja, Date 15 th to 17th March 2010. Funded by the USAID. 5
  6. 6. 3. Training Consultant: Key facilitation and course convening of ‘Essentials of M&E Course’ for training of 20 Programme and M&E Staff of TSHIP, Sokoto Nigeria. A customised Monitoring and Evaluation Course in Sokoto, Nigeria, 1st to 3rd December 2010. Funded by the USAID. 4. Training Consultant: Key facilitation and course convening of ‘M&E Course’ for staff of Global Fund Principal Recipient and Sub-Recipients. Training of 18 Programme and M&E workers. A customised Monitoring and Evaluation Course in Abuja, Nigeria, 11 th – 14th June 2012. Funded by the Global Fund R9 TB Grant.EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONSWest Africa School Certificate, Ordinary Level, (Grade 1). West African Examination Council – St.Finbarr’s College, Yaba, Lagos (from 1974 to 1976) and Edo College, Benin City (1976 to 1979)Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), University of Ibadan, Nigeria; 1980 – 1986Master of Community Health (MCommH), University of Liverpool (Liverpool School of TropicalMedicine), Liverpool, UK – Jan to Dec 1995Master of Arts (MA) in Theology, University of Manchester (Nazarene Theological College),Manchester, UK from May 2009 to August 2012 (Qualification in view for October 2012)SKILLS• Analytical and numeric ability• Data collection and interpretation techniques – qualitative and quantitative methods• Writing proposals for project development, evaluation and research• Writing technical and scientific reports• Strategic Planning and programme management abilities• Computer literacy – MS Word, Excel, Power-point, Publisher, Access and EPI-INFO statistical package• Team-working and human resource management – recruitment, distribution and motivation• Organising Training Courses on Monitoring and Evaluation• Language Proficiency: Bini, Yoruba and ENGLISH (expert level)Professional Membership:• Member, United Kingdom Evaluation Society (UKES)• Member, Projects Approval Group (PAG) of The Leprosy Mission International• Group facilitator: Factfinders CSL Training Network• Referee/Reviewer, Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venerology and Leprology• Full Registration: Nigeria Medical and Dental CouncilList of Research Works and Published Journal Papers1. ‘Fish and Chips!’ A study of the food choices of secondary school children in Liverpool City, Merseyside – A group study to complete the Research Module of Master of Community Health Course – Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool2. The incidence of Rupture of Uterus during Childbirth and Risk Factors in Maternal Health Care in Mangochi District of Southern Malawi – A dissertation submitted to Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine for the degree of Master in Community Health, 1995 (Not Published)3. What Would Make Your Life Better? – A needs assessment of leprosy settlements in the Middle- Belt region of Nigeria O. Ogbeiwi & J. Nash. Leprosy Review – September (1999) 70, 295-3044. Are there ghost Leprosy Patients in Nigeria: An audit of the point prevalence of leprosy at 30 September 1996 in seven States O. Ogbeiwi. Leprosy Review (1999) 70, 361-369 (published as 6
  7. 7. letter to the Editor and presented orally at the 15th International Leprosy Congress held in Beijing, China September 1998)5. Integration of a leprosy control program in a War situation: The 5-year level in Eastern Congo (Byamungu and Ogbeiwi) Leprosy Review (2003) 74, 68-786. Progress towards the elimination of leprosy in Nigeria: a review of the role of policy implementation and operational factors. O.I. Ogbeiwi Leprosy Review (2005) 76, 65-767. ILEP-organisations should strive for high BCG coverage in communities at risk for Leprosy: Advocacy for BCG vaccination. Johan P. Velema and Osahon I. Ogbeiwi, Leprosy Review (2007) 78, 1 – 158. The uptake of POCT in developing countries: a quantitative study of the level and determinants of doctor’s accessibility to POCT devices in Nigeria. Dr. Osahon I. Ogbeiwi. Nigeria Point of Care Survey Report produced for J & E CONSULTANTS LIMITED, UK. 9th April 2009. On Contract to Factfinders Consultancy Services Limited, UK.9. Report of the Pilot Tuberculosis Survey in 2 clusters in Ondo and Niger States of Nigeria. As Prevalence Survey Coordinator of the National TB Prevalence Survey. On contract to ARFH. September 201110. Half-Term Survey Report of the National TB Prevalence Survey. As Prevalence Survey Coordinator of the National TB Prevalence Survey. On contract to ARFH. September 2012Referees 1. Geoff Warne, General Director The Leprosy Mission International, 80 Windmill Road Brentford, Middlesex TW8 0QH, UK Tel: +44 2083266767 Email: geoffw@tlmint.org 2. Barrister (Mrs) Joy Osunde, Office Administrator, Factfinders Consultancy Services Ltd, 12 Buttercup Lane, East Ardsley, Wakefield, WF3 2LU, UK. logistics@factfinderscsl.com , +447780149743 3. Mrs Felicia Onibon, President, Change Managers International Network, Jere Street, Off Ransome Kuti Road, Garki Abuja. Mobile: +234 8033073594. Email: feliciaonibon@hotmail.com 4. Robert Barber, Call Centre Manager Diamond Resorts International, Eastwood, 212 – 214 Kirkgate, Wakefield WF1 1UE. Email: robert.barber@diamondresorts.com Tel: +447824874917 5. Matt Jackson, Recruitment Consultant (Temps). Boork Street (UK) Limited, 17 Albion Place, Leeds, LS1 6JS. Tel: +44 1132436611. Email: matthew.jackson@brookstreet.co.uk 6. Dr. Joshua Obasanya, National Coordinator, National TB & Leprosy Control Programme, Federal Ministry of Health, Federal Secretariat, Abuja. Email: joobasanya@hotmail.com +2347043314737 7

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