State Coordinators

State Coordinators

CS-SUnn STate coordinators

Mrs. Aisha is professional Nutritionist and a “Nigerian Registered Dietician, (NRD). She holds a Master of Public Health, with Major in Public Health Nutrition and is currently the Head of Department, Nutrition/Dietetics, Federal Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, Maiduguri. She is also the President, Nigeria Dietetics Association, Borno State Chapter. She runs a local NGO, “Gender Environmental and Nutritional Care” and is the Executive Director. Her Organization produces and distributes locally Ready to Use Therapeutic Food using home-grown grains as part of their contribution to Nutrition Interventions in Nigeria. The Local RUTF is available and in local markets.

Mr. Fatoye has fifteen years wealth of experience in Programme Management with Civil Society and as a Non-State Actor. He is a member of the Association of Health Information Managers, A chartered Public Diplomacy Manager. He passionately loves doing development work.

Mr. Oguzor is an experienced compassionate community/public health nutritionist of progressively. responsible professional experience, managing and coordinating nutrition programmes. He has been part of implementation of high impact nutrition and related surveys and analyzed survey data using advanced statistical applications. He is also an Emergency health and nutrition professional with experience in implementation and evaluation of Rivers State Primary Health Care Management Board, Ministry of Health, UNICEF, WHO, CS-SUNN and other donor funded programs in Nigeria. Mr. Oguzor is a registered member of Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

Elder Amogu is currently the Programme Director of Forward Africa, a non-profit, non-governmental development organization based in Owerri, Imo state, Nigeria. A graduate of Accountancy, also hold Post Graduate Diploma in Education. He has also participated in a number of capacity building trainings.
Elder Amogu is a graduate of PIND’s CAPABLE, with over 15 years’ experience, working in the development sector, with vast experience in Development Finance, Programme planning and implementation. He has successfully participated in the implementation of various projects and led in Financial reporting of over 20 different projects, cutting across Women and Reproductive Health, Adolescent and Young People’s Health, Agriculture and Economic development, Democracy and Good
Governance, supported by Funders Like Ford Foundation, Harvest plus, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), Private Agencies Collaborating Together(PACT), Partnership Initiative in the Niger Delta (PIND),etc. Elder Kenneth Amogu enjoys mentoring emerging Civil Society organizations and younger ones with keen interest in development. He has successfully supported young people in establishing Nutritious Food Businesses and Enterprises, Nutritious Food Farms and Schools Clubs. He is a member, Imo State Committee on Food and Nutrition and a trustee of an Emerging development organization with focus on
Nutrition. He is a team player, trusted and endowed with very relevant development skills (Financial, administrative, communication, interpersonal, etc. He Strongly believes in partnership, synergy and collaboration for more result and impact, and loves exploring opportunities.

Mrs. Mukollo has a Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Linguistics. She is a Development Journalist with Gombe State Media Corporation and is the Gombe State Chairperson, Nigeria Association of Women Journalist (NAWOJ). She is also the Secretary, High Level Women Advocates Gombe State and Deputy Coordinator, MNCH coalition Gombe State.

Mr. Ideva is the CEO/Team lead of Carelink Resource Foundation. He is a passionate and committed advocate for improved service delivery that betters the living condition and the wellbeing of children and other vulnerable individuals in the society. He has an in-depth understanding on Using Quality Improvement Approaches for Better Community Health. An innovative Team player, with problem solving skills, experienced in working with the Public sector and coalition building.