Social Worker


Last Updated: 14th July 2019 (over 3 years ago)

Address
Cameroon

E-mail
Locked

Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
25 to 34

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
English, French

Summary

I am looking for a long term career in counselling, child care and protection, project management, administration, community work, communication and public relations, as well as social care, not for profit organisations like schools, and hospitals.

Education

Pan African University - Institute of Governance, Humanities and Social Sciences, Yaounde Cameroon.
MA Governance and Regional Integration

   Oct 2016
— Dec 2018

Main Courses;

History of Africa Gender Studies
Research Methodology
Governance of Regional Institutions in Africa
Regional Integration in Africa
Globalization Forces, Actors and Responses
Political Economy of Africa's Integration
Comparative Regionalism
Monitoring and Measuring of Regional Integration
Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Africa's Development
Key Issues in Africa
Diplomacy and Communication

Ndejje University Uganda
Bachelor of Social Work and Social Administration

   Aug 2012
— Oct 2015

Main Subjects;

Introduction to Social Work
Contemporary Social Problems
Principles of Guidance and Counselling
Social Work Intervention and Techniques
Social Administration
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Social Research
Social Security and Social Protection Systems
Foundations of Social Development
Rural Development
Criminology, Democracy and Human Rights
Gender and Social Welfare Policy
Social Policy Analysis
Community Based Rehabilitation
Decentralization and Local Government Administration

Experience

Restless Development
Peer Educator

   Apr 2015
— Dec 2015

• Teaching youths about different life-skills and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR).
• Implementing the HIV/AIDS prevention campaign of Dance4Life.
• Club establishment, management and sustainability.
• Facilitator for SGBV among youths, and children as well as community elders.
• Coordinating SRHE (Sexual Reproductive Health Education) among schools and groups.
• Training and capacity building to youths and community members.
• Data entry, management and research.

Strength and Achievements;
• Leading a group of people towards group dynamics and conflict resolution.
• Counselling, mobilizing and sensitizing youths on making healthy decisions and parents about the need for life skills development.
• Performing community dialogues and parents’ sessions and engagements.

Children of Grace
Social Worker

   Mar 2015
— Current

• Advocating for children rights (child protection) to education, medical care, food and health.
• Teaching SRH rights in schools and communities among young children, youths and elders.
• Sensitising communities and youths on role of education.
• Linking social security and protection services like life-line tariffs, interest free loans, medical care, food, and education to elders and vulnerable.
• Performing training and capacity building to parents and guardians on human rights, child safety, and parenting.
• Office management, clerking, receptionist, book keeping, receiving calls and data entry.
• Promotion of health education and medical care provision through sessions, events and workshops in schools and communities.
• Provide appropriate written and verbal reports.
• Career planning and development to the youths.
• Communication and maintaining public relations with community.
• Capacity building on gender informed approaches in societies like women in development, men involvement, and gender inclusiveness to reduce the likeliness of GBV in communities.
• Promoting life-skills in youths and young people through public speaking, mentoring, coaching students, needs assessments for sponsorship admissions.

Strength and achievements
• Strong peer education, gender development and counselling skills.
• Events management and organization, training and life skills developments for elders, youths, and young people.
• Office management and administration skills.

Uganda Village Project
Community Health Worker

   Jan 2014
— Dec 2014

• Team leader for five volunteers.
• Sensitizing community residents on food security, nutrition and proper farming practices for socioeconomic development.
• Performing household surveys for proper community health interventions, as well as identifying local food recipes good for nutrition among rural residents.
• Encouraging entrepreneurship skills among the local people to generate some little income for survival and end poverty.
• Decision making for large policy decisions and intervention.
• Sensitizing on water treatment and management practices,
• Capacity building on household sanitation and personal hygiene practices in villages,
• Training rural residents on cleaning and securing of water collection points through conducting fencing, cleaning, pruning plus weeding on boreholes, and other water collection points to avoid fecal disposal to water as well as animal sharing of water sources with community members,
• Training community residents’ different family planning techniques as well as birth control methods to manage child spacing.
• Data collection on malaria spread in villages to find better intervention methods.

Strengths and achievements:
• Planning, monitoring and evaluation of organization's projects.
• Advocate for communities on public health services.
• Communication and data management.
• Client management, answering calls.
• Conducting baseline surveys and follow-ups for project implementation.
• Sensitizing, and mobilizing resources for public health response.

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