Advisory Group

Nadulpan's Advisory Group helps to inform the team on capacity-building needs for community health workers and volunteers to more effectively use behaviour change in their work.  Our Advisory Group informs on needed content and provides feedback on key content we develop for community-based content including courses, games and toolkits. The group is a cohesive unit as they share experiences, challenges, and lessons learnt. Check out our amazing team below!

 "I am 40 years old and presently the blood donation coordinator with The Nigerian Redcross Delta state Branch. I am married with four children.

Adaugo Monyei
Coordinator, Nigeria

 "I am a proud community health worker under ministry of healthy Uganda supported by living goods. I do home visits on a daily basis and test and treat for malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea, in children under 5 yrs. I give support to pregnant mothers, counsel and give family planning, do Health talks,and work as a linkage to health facilities.

Muyingo Prossy 
Community Health Worker, Uganda

 "I have been working as a community health volunteer since 2015. My duties include house hold visits, referrals, mobilization, health talks, creating awareness, malaria testing and treatments at community level. I am humbled to be part of the team. Saving lives is my happiness.

Mary Juma
Community Health Volunteer, Kenya

 "I've been working with the RCRC movement from 2018 on Community Based awareness programs, epidemic control, community based surveillance & outbreak response as well as emergency response. I trained on International training of RCRC (NDRT, PHiE-B, RDRT, CBHFA, IMPACT etc.) as well as others (EMT:WHO, SRHR:UNFPA, Core Package CHW:UNHCR etc.)

Mofijur Rahman Mamun
Trainer, Bangladesh

 "I am someone who is passionate about humanitarian services and volunteering. In different positions, as team leader, I've reached out to communities, prone to violence, and asked how we can provide assistance to them. As a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology, I worked with Nigerian Red Cross Society as the Branch Secretary in Benue State where our aim is to alleviate the suffering of the vulnerable. Joining this noble organization as a volunteer will build my capacity in reaching out to more communities.

Anthony Abah 
Team Leader, Nigeria

 "Je commence mon aventure dans la Santé Communautaire en 2003, suivi en 2014 d‚Äôune formation à Brazzaville des Formateurs Zone Afrique Francophone en PSSBC. Au niveau national, je suis rapporteur du Comité de Suivi de la Politique National de Santé Communautaire et membre du pool des formateurs nationaux.

Ousmane Bello Ngombe
Rapporteur/Formateur, Gabon

"I am a community health volunteer who is committed to serve my community fully with accord."

Eunice Wangui Kibutu, Kenya

 "I have been with Slovenian Red Cross since 2017, helping the GFARC in the field of advocacy, first aid and children, a registered nurse (RN), and currently in the final phase to finish my masters degree in nursing care. Furthermore, I have experiences as a paramedic, team leader, instructor, educator, and advocate within First Aid. I strive to perfection and to excellence, have an open mind for new ideas, knowledge, and critical thinking skills.

Željko Malić
Sr. Officer First Aid, Slovenia

 "I'm an emergency specialist with 32years experience as Volunteer, staff and manager within the movement. With knowledge on Comm, WASH, PFA, CEA, CBHFA, Youth/gender, certified Master Trainer/assessor, certified Paramedics and member NRCS first aid review committee, member NDRT etc. Paul is currently the Coordinator for NRCS Oshimili South Division.

Paul Orukamayan 
Emergency Specialist, Nigeria

 "I'm a First Aid Trainer since 2006, CBHFA facilitator since 2009, epidemic control facilitator, and have served as a Community health program manager from 2012 until end of 2021. Now I'm working as the PMER manager for CVTL/Timor-Leste red cross.

Marcelino Albuquerque
PMER manager, Timor-Leste

 "I am a Community Based Activist/Warrior specifically for Health and First Aid. I have been active with the Indonesian Red Cross since 1994 as a Volunteer. Since 2007, I have been a Master Facilitator in Health and First Aid and oversee all processes and developments of e-CBHFA until now in Indonesia.

Astrid Firdianto
Community Activist, Indonesia

 "I hold a certificate of Early Childhood teacher. This is my fifteenth year in the profession. I am a mother of two children.  I have a passion helping children to progress in all areas.

Milka W. Mbugua 
Teacher, Kenya

 "I have been a community health worker for close to 10 years and still a soldier in enabling the community to achieve the best health practice. I am dedicated and eager to learn more day after day.

Vincent Omboga Mogere
Community Health Worker, Kenya

 "I am a female, born in 1975 in a small village in Nyeri County, Kenya. I am a mother of 3 girls and informally and formally educated up to college level. I have been working with different communities as a volunteer.

Rose Wakagwa
Community Volunteer, Kenya

 "Hi, I have been a proud member/volunteer of the Ghana Red Cross Society since 1995. Well experienced as a volunteer, staff and manager of the Volta Regional branch of the Ghana Red Cross Society. I am a certified eCBHFA Master Trainer, knowledge/experience in WASH, Cash Transfer, ECV, CEA, PER, Disaster Preparedness/Response, Disaster Risk Reduction, First Aid Instructor, and chairman of the Volta Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Committee. I love Videography and Photography. I am passionate about humanitarian services. I love traveling and making friends. Always learning new things and a critical thinker. I promise to serve God and country and to join with others all over the world to help the sick and the suffering.

Gershon Koffi Dzokoto Community Volunteer, Ghana

 "I'm 34 years old and from Nairobi Kenya. I am a passionate Community Health Worker (CHW) from Sisal B unit linked to Njenga hospital, certified in CHW advocate and having worked in the community for more than 7 years now.

Wycliffe Njika
Community Health Worker, Kenya

 "I have been a community health worker for close to 10 years and still a soldier in enabling the community to achieve the best health practice. I am dedicated and eager to learn more day after day.

Vincent Omboga Mogere
Community Health Worker, Kenya