working for child rights, great working environment and capacity building
School Health and Nutrition Advisor (short term) (Former Employee) – Kabul Afghanistan – 18 June 2017
Save the children internationally is a worldwide organization having the office in around 119 countries. Save the children is fighting for child rights and survival and take all international conventions for the benefit of the child. the office where I worked in Save the children was really good with great working environment, friendly staff and have a good system for career development.
Internship (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 20 January 2017
Save the Children is a wonderful organization, staff are extremely motivated and passionate about what they do, there is a good work-life balance and the work is fast-paced and interesting. As an intern, I had a lot of responsibility and was able to contribute to the team I was working on.
Community based newborn care Woreda coordinator (Former Employee) – Ethiopia – 12 January 2017
I have learned how to deal with challenges and work in team additionally, I have got skills of facilitating training and supervision. In consultation with the District Health Office and CBNC Zonal Coordinator, developing detail training plan. -Identifies all trainers and trainees in consultation with the Woreda Health Offices -Works closely with the Zonal Health Department and District Health Office to ensure training is conducted on time and with acceptable standards -Organizing joint post training follow up visits to all HEWs within 4-6 weeks of the training. -Supports /mentors trained health workers in health centres and District level to ensure skill retention and facilitate institutionalization of CBNC within the system. -Produces and shares reports of training, supervision, review meetings and best practices based on agreed timeline and formats -Conduct regular field visits to provide supportive supervision to all HPs and HEWs Representation, reporting and communication -Perform any other related tasks assigned by the unit head of my immediate supervisor.
Local Government Area Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lagos – 2 December 2016
The job is fulfilling but better management is needed with communicating with staff more openly and transparently regarding job security and satisfaction. They have good total rewards package but supervisors and managers are not always wiling to implement those options for staff on an individual basis.
ICT Manager (Current Employee) – Addis – 8 June 2016
Servers, Network and Emails Management Database development M&E support using the in-house database system CIRIS Installation and maintenance of the computer network system and computers. Backup of the daily data for security reasons. Installing and updating of security tools in every machine Users support as the need arises. Webpage designing and regular updating of the pages.
Programme Officer (Former Employee) – Kailahun,Pujehun and Kenema(Sierra Leone) – 10 May 2016
My Opinion A typical day at work is about meeting deadline for the submission of field report.It was at times stressful. I learned on how to manage stress.In terms of management,i engaged team members in planning,implementation and evaluation. I ensured the involvenmt of co-workers in every aspect of the project and we achieved more.The hardest part of the job is to meet deadline for the submission off report whiles in the field.The most enjoyable part of the job is when we accomplished our planned activities.
Program Manager Education (Current Employee) – Iraq, Kirkuk – 3 May 2016
working in this company is full of learning with very encouraging working culture backed up with the opportunity to learn and grow professionally.
a busy schedule as we are working in emergency learning includes difficult context of Kirkuk having 5 different nations living with different culture, language, traditions and religious sects co workers are very cooperative and understanding volatile security is the hardest part seeing children with smiley faces