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Caleb Ojimah Aromeh

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Caleb Ojimah Aromeh - 2017 Nominee
Position: Clinical Quality Assurance Advisor
Organization: Marie Stopes Nigeria
Current Location: Abuja
Master of Business Administration (In View) from University of South Wales
Additional Degrees and Certifications:
Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Benin, Nigeria
Awards Received:
  • Award:
    Best Behaved Graduating Student
    Awarding Organization:
    Babcock University
    Date Awarded:
    June 4, 2006
1) Nominee is a pioneer in the use of social franchising model in delivering quality FP services for both SFH and MSN 2) Nominee has helped trained over 541 providers in LARC services 3) He is responsible for QA standards in Marie Stopes Nigeria – Nominator
Describe your contributions to and achievements in family planning.

1) I have been involved in the start up of social franchising models for SFH and MSN. From recruitment of eligible private sector providers to clinical trainings on critical areas especially family planning.
2) I am a Master Trainer in Family Planning. I have trained approximately 590 service providers on family planning including postpartum family planning.
3) I am involved in the review of Nigeria's national training manual for postpartum family planning. I currently helped conduct a ToT workshop for Nigeria's FMoH selected providers
4) I have been actively involved in the roll out of the MSI TSS model for FP interventions in the public sector channels.
5) I have helped to build strong quality assurance framework for MSN FP interventions.

What sparked your passion for family planning?

My passion for family planning originated from my immediate family. The large family size meant I struggled to get education. After school, my passion was rekindled when a young woman with 6 children, missing husband was willing to give me two of her children without even knowing me. I made up my mind to promote and champion family planning in Nigeria.

Give one or two examples of how you display leadership in your family planning work.:

1) I led the start-off of Marie Stopes Nigeria (MSN) social franchising work in 6 southern states in Nigeria. I recruited a total of 151 providers across these states. I participated in the training of these providers with UBTH. I provided continuous coaching and mentoring through continuous supportive supervision and certified these providers.
2) As Regional Manager in South West Nigeria, i led the implementation of USAID funded FH+ Project delivering an average of 865 CYPs monthly.

If you are named a winner of 120 under 40, how will you use this new platform and the $1000 grant to advance your work? :

Availability of consumables and instruments is a major challenge for many public sector facilities in Nigeria. This is one major reason for lack of access to FP services in Nigeria especially Northern Nigerian. It costs 1-2 USD to procure consumables needed to serve 1 FP client in Nigeria which translates to a minimum of 500 FP clients served with 1000 USD. I propose to use this grant to serve a minimum of 500 FP clients in Taraba State (Northern Nigeria).

Photos of the nominee in the field/at work
Demonstration of a counselling session, Competency Assessment is a key component of LARC training workshops, A group photograph of participants at a PPFP training in UBTH Benin

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