A propos Shu Divine Mamboneh

I am a Public Health Expert with over six years of career progression in both INGO and grassroots organizations. I am passionate with profound experience in program management and coordination, Strategic Health Program Planning, Research, and M&E activities focusing especially on the Primary Healthcare delivery. I have also provided technical and organizational capacity building to help Hospital Administrators provide efficient healthcare service delivery and improved performance. Have experience in executing and reporting for the following UNTF, MFH, CHAI, PAID-WA and A2 Healthcare Solutions.

AFFICHER PLUS CLÔTURÉ 
FORMATION

MPH in Health Systems Strengthening and Disease Control
Institute of Tropical Medicine
September 2019 to June 2020
Antwerp, Belgique

MBA-Healthcare Management
University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm
August 2014 to January 2016
Neu Ulm, Allemagne

MPH-Hygiene and Sanitation
University of Buea
October 2013 to June 2015
Buea, Cameroun

Post Gruduate Diploma in Hospital Management
University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm
February 2013 to December 2013
Neu Ulm, Allemagne

Bachelor of Nursing Science
University of Buea
October 2006 to June 2011
Buea, Cameroun

ATELIERS ET FORMATIONS COURTES

Healthcare Systems Management
DAAD
November 2018 to November 2018
Jena, Allemagne

Disaster and Military Medicine
DAAD
November 2018 to November 2018
Dusseldorf, Allemagne

International Project Management
GIZ
June 2017 to August 2017
Bonn (Online), Allemagne

Health Economics
DAAD
November 2016 to November 2016
Bonn, Allemagne

Certificate in Management and Leadership Competencies
GIZ
May 2013 to June 2013
Berlin, Allemagne

Certificate in Disaster Management and Emergency Planning
The Peoples' University
January 2011 to May 2011
UK (Online), Royaume-Uni

EXPERIENCE

CEO/Founder
A2 HealthCare Solutions
December 2017 to aujourd'hui
Buea, Cameroun
Currently implementing health outreaches for Internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Nguti, Kupe Manunguba-South West Region of Cameroon. Project involves activities: Nutrition for IDP Children 0-5yrs, Psycho-social support for IDP women and girls, PHC for IDPs living in the bushes with no access to health facilities. Coordinated a need assessment which informed health promotion interventions for “hard to reach” and/or vulnerable communities of the South West Region Coordinated the Medicine for Humanity (MFH) funded facility management capacity building for 30 Hospital Managers of the Bamenda Ecclesiastical Health Service of the Catholic Church in Cameroon.

Coordinator Community and Public Health Program (Consultant)
PAID-WA Buea, Cameroon
April 2017 to June 2019
Buea, Cameroun
Coordinated the planning and implementation of a health education and out-reach program on hemorrhagic fever and hard substance use in the Buea Municipality. Conducted a menstrual health intervention and outcome monitoring/evaluation in Tole Community, Buea Municipality. Organized and facilitated the training of community health resource persons in Buea on Community Health Promotion Models.

Project Site Supervisor
UN Trust Fund VAW Project
July 2017 to December 2017
Bamenda, Cameroun
• Participated in developing the tools for baseline data collection Supervised the Baseline study in the North West Region of Cameroon Analyzed and reported findings of Baseline Study according to UNTF Standards Liaised with CBOs in the North West Region to identify Service Providers Built the capacity of CBOs, associations and support groups (service providers) in community prevention strategies of GBV Supervised and evaluated the activities of the service providers involved in the care for victims (women/girls) of violence in the North West Region (5 CBOs and all the State organs) Participated in developing M&E tools for the GBV project

Communication and Publication Officer
PAID-WA-Buea, Cameroon
January 2016 to March 2017
Buea, Cameroun
Developed a 2 year strategic communication plan for PAID-WA incorporating long term strategies to boost visibility on the social medias Gathered all relevant information in training, research and consultation to produce bi-annual and annual Publishable reports for PAID-WA and PAID-WA stakeholders Managed PAID-WA’s internal and external communications by proof reading editing and censoring content of all communication materials-print and/or content on the social medias and intranet Pioneered the production of PAID-WA’s monthly Newsletters Built and maintained relationships with journalists, bloggers and student audiences that helped curb the PAID-WA/MINESUP Crisis. Participated in developing and hosting the PAID-WA Journals by proving content for the journal site.

Hospital Administrator
Solidarity Clinic Molyko, Buea – Cameroon
July 2013 to February 2014
Buea, Cameroun
Managed all hospital operations including processes, quality improvement, performance management, project and change management within the hospital-Led to CDC accreditation for Quality Control Developed planning for operational excellence and efficiency which led to the expanding and moving of the 12 rooms clinic to its current site-60 room hospital within a two year period. Reviewed and updated hospital policies and procedures to conform with established best practices and guidelines- this led to the institutionalization of contracts of employment in 2013 for all staff and an increase of salaries to required standards as per Cameroon policy

Nurse/Nurse In-charge
Solidarity Clinic Molyko, Buea – Cameroon
September 2011 to January 2013
Buea, Cameroun
Managed the team of nurses by organizing, prioritizing and delegating work flow within the nursing units Collaborated with other departments (Laboratory and Pharmacy) to maintain adequate communication of patient information to ensure optimal level of patient care. Conducted mid-term and annual evaluation of staff and provided feedback to General Supervisor Performed day-day nursing functions such as patient assessment, nursing care, drug administration, patient education, patient counselling etc.

PUBLICATIONS

How Prepared is Cameroon in the Wake of the Current Ebola Outbreak: Drawing Experiences from the Recent West African Outbreak Crisis
Authors: Mamboneh SD and Chenaa TA, 2017
Type of Doc: Scientifc Paper | Type of Publication: Scientific Journal

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