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Achievements

 

Project/Consultancy Funder/Partner (Year)

2013 - 2016

1.
 
Media Advocacy for Nigeria Urban Reproductive Health Initiative NURHI Phase II NURHI (2016 till date)
2. Media Advocacy on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) in Nigeria: A project aimed at increasing media involvement in Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) advocacy in Nigeria RMNCH (September 2015-August 2016)
3.
 
Bridging the Gap: Media, Community-CSOs Collaboration for Accountability and Demand for Quality Maternal Health Services 2013-2016

2006 - 2013

1. Training of Trainers on SME reporting in Nigeria Organised by Enhancing Nigeria Advocacy for a Better Business Environment 
 

ENABLE (November 2012)

2. Partnership with International Network of Street Papers (INSP) to provide editorial support for Big Issue Lagos 
 
UNDEF and Comic Relief (2011 – date)
3.
 
Journalism Development Programme on the Education Sector in Nigeria  DFID-Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria (ESSPIN) (2010 - 2013)
4. Social marketing and strategic media approaches in soy nutrition promotion in Nigeria

World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) (2011-2012)

5.
 
Promoting Soy Nutrition through an Integrated Media Approach World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) (2010-2011)
6. Broadcast Media Workshop on Climate Change in Lagos State and Advocacy visit to Alpha Beach Community (with Policy Advocacy Project Partnership on Climate Change in Lagos State)
 
State Accountability and Voice Initiative (July 2011)
7. Training for Community Leaders to hold government accountable 
 
UNFPA (December 2010)
8. Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2009-2014)
9. Science journalism Cooperation II (SjCOOP II) on mentoring and training of journalists in Africa and Middle East
 

DFID/World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) (2009-2012)

10. Strengthening Mass Media’s Advocacy and communication role for improved Public Policy and Popular Responses to Nigeria’s Extremely Poor Maternal Health
 
Ford Foundation (2009-2010)
11. Immersion program for Health journalists on Maternal Newborn and Child Health Advocacy in Nigeria
 
Ford Foundation (2007-2009)
12. Youth Deliver the future conference Population Reference Bureau (April 26-30 2008)
13. Filming and Video Documentation on Alive and well with HIV/AIDS 
 
APIN Plus /Harvard PEPFAR (2007/2008) 
14. Investigative journalism training for Southern Nigeria journalists
 
Partnership with IRE Inc, Washington 2007
2000 - 2005
 
16. Training on Public Health Journalism and Reporting For VOA Stringers and Female Reporters From Affiliate Radio Stations In Nigeria (Kano State)
 
USAID (February 14-18 2005)
17. Avian and Human Pandemic Influenza: Getting the story -A workshop for journalists, in Lagos, Abuja and Kano  
 
US State Department in collaboration with VOA 2007 
18. Reporting Anti- Microbial Resistance, it’s effect on HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and the health of Nigerians
 
November 28 – December 2, 2005, Abuja Nigeria
19. Promoting Public Health and Science Journalism through ICT- Based Youth Leadership and Reproductive Health Reporting: Training For In-School Journalists from three schools of Journalism
 
DARC (August/September 2005)
20.

Filming and Video Documentation on Vessico-Vagina Fistula  

United Nations Population Fund and Virgin Atlantic Airways (2005)
21. Filming and Video Documentation of activities of Harvard AIDS Prevention Initiative in Nigeria
 
2005
22. Media Training on Health Sector Reform in Nigeria in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Health 
 
PATHS/DFID (2004/2005)
23. Saving Women’s Lives: Understanding the Impact of Unsafe Abortion in Nigeria: Training for Nigerian journalists from the 6 Geo-political zones  
 
Ipas/Population Reference Bureau (July/August 2004)
24. Trainer in Training of Developing Country Journalists at XV International Conference on HIV/AIDS, Bangkok Thailand
 
Kaiser Family Foundation, USA (July 2004)
25. Journalist-to-Journalist (J2J) Training of 52 Developing Country Journalists at XV International Conference on HIV/AIDS, Bangkok Thailand
 
In collaboration with National Press Foundation, USA   (July 2004)
26.

HIV/AIDS HOTLINE the first hotline in Nigeria was conceptualized by the Youth Empowerment Foundation (YEF) Nigeria and Development Communications Network in 2000 and now upgraded to a national HIV/AIDS Hotline

2000
27. World AIDS Campaign  AIDS Prevention initiative in Nigeria, Harvard School of Public Health (December 2002, 2003 and 2004)
28.  Communication Support for AIDS Prevention initiative in Nigeria  Harvard School of Public Health (2001 to-date)
29.  Capacity building for journalists on reproductive health and development
 
 Ford Foundation (July 2001-to-March 2003)
30.  Capacity building for NGOs on Working with the Media  Ford Foundation (July 2001-to-December 2002)
31.  Capacity Building for Journalists on Safe Motherhood Center for Population and Development Activities, Nigeria   (2000) 
32.  Training on Reporting Reproductive Health for journalists in the Northern (Kaduna) and Southwestern (Lagos and Ibadan) Nigeria
 
MacArthur Foundation  (1999/2000)
33.  Communication Strategies for Reproductive Health Reporting in the Nigerian Media  MacArthur Foundation Fund for Leadership Development  (1998/1999)
34.  HIV/AIDS Campaign in the media 
 
UNAIDS (1998-1999) 
35.  National mass mobilization for guinea worm eradication  Jimmy Carter Center (Global 2000 Program on Eradication of Guinea Worm)  (1995 – 1998)