Kanyidinofu Oyem/ Gender/Health Program Analyst
Kanyidinofu Oyem is a versatile Public Health Educationist and a Research Scientist with over three (3) years of experience in skilled Public Health Education Programs/Projects and Research Analysis in the NGO sector. Her track record includes developing and implementing public program systems for organizations, supporting organizations on research and programmatic data collection, collation and analysis, program monitoring, reporting, evaluation, and excellent report writing.
Her experience over the years has built her competence in public health issues and management, program implementation, data record development, advocacy, research analysis on FP/MNCH program intervention space and Women Economic Empowerment policy dialogues. While working with her previous organization, she created a Dignity for Girl’s Club program focused mainly on Menstrual Hygiene Management in 10 secondary schools, where she contributed significantly to the implementation process of the MHM programs, developing and monitoring the implementation of the project plan, managing stakeholder’s and clients relevant to the project, generating data, budgeting, report writing and grant proposal.
Dino- Programme Analyst Gender and Health: conduct background research, collate data, and generate reports within the health sector and the Gender space at ACIOE ASSOCIATE. She holds a B.Sc. in Health Education from Delta State University, Abraka and a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Benin and other professional certifications.