Meet Okeke Chidozie Ernest, a distinguished Health/Public Health and Management professional renowned for his expertise in health education, hygiene promotion, program planning, data collection, data analysis, community engagement, and inventory management. With a strong dedication to promoting public health, fitness, and well-being, Chidozie brings a wealth of experience to the table.
His professional trajectory has seen him collaborate with notable International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) such as Society for Family Health, Neem Foundation, West Africa Centre for Public Health and Development, and W.H.O, to name a few. Across these organizations, Chidozie has effectively served in various capacities since 2019, demonstrating his unwavering dedication and impactful contributions. Currently, he holds the esteemed position of Project Manager at Save The Slum Initiative (STSI).
Chidozie’s commitment to growth is evident through his acquisition of various certifications from workshops and training. These include Counselling, Linkage to Treatment/Care, and Case Managing from Society for Family Health. Additionally, he has obtained multiple certificates from reputable institutions such as USAID and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Center for Global Health. These certifications cover a wide spectrum of vital subjects, including HIV Basic Biology, Epidemiology and Prevention, Monitoring and Evaluation, Antimicrobial Resistance, and Measuring Malaria through Household Surveys.
Chidozie’s remarkable journey, combined with his dedication to professional development, makes him an invaluable member of the Save The Slum Initiative (STSI) Board member, contributing significantly to the organization’s mission and impact.