Name of Client

Name of Assignment

Contact Person

Description

Year

Task Undertaken

Nigeria Partnership for Education Project (NIPEP)/World Bank

Logistical and Event Management Services for the Impact Evaluation of Social Norms Marketing Campaign (on-going)

Edwin Ikhuoria

+234 802 342 3446

Mobilizing and staging 144 community screenings in Kano and Jigawa State.

Over 5000 people will be mobilized and adequately catered for to participate in the community screenings

2018-2019

Community engagement and screening

Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)

Provision of Logistics and Event

Management Support

Adebola Olayinka

adebols.olayinka@ncdc.gov.ng

Provided logistics planning and

events management services for the

NCDC Laboratory Strategic Planning

Retreat in Akwanga, Nassarawa State

March 2018

Logistics planning and event management

EU/ECOWAS

EU-ECOWAS Peace, Security and

Stability Project – ECOWAS

Conflict Prevention Programme

Development

Vincent Okele

+234 810 0540 305

Facilitated civil society contributions

to programme development via

survey questionnaires and focus

group discussions. Designed survey

instruments, supervised

questionnaire administration and

facilitated FGDs

January 2018

CSO meeting facilitation

EU/ECOWAS

EU-ECOWAS Peace , Security and

Stability Project – ECOWAS

Conflict Prevention Programme

Development: ECPF Directorate Retreat

Vincent Okele

+234 810 0540 305

Facilitated Focus Group Discussions

at Retreat and drafted report

incorporating key inputs and

decisions

January 2018

Interviews and report writing

World Bank

MTV Shuga Logistical Implementation for Film Screenings

Edwin Ikhuoria

+234 802 342 3446

Mobilizing and staging eighty four community screenings with various designs as part of executing the Shuga Impact evaluation. More 7000 persons were mobilized and catered for to participate in the community screenings

2014 – 2015

Community engagement and screening,

Health and Education Quality Systems Strengthening Initiative (HEQSS)

Provision of Logistics and Events Management Services for Stakeholder Meeting to Validate Nigeria’s National Medical Laboratory Strategic Plan

Abuja, Nigeria

 

Tina Melkam, +234 803 307 3144

 

Provision of Logistics and Events Management Services for Stakeholder Meeting to Validate National Medical Laboratory Strategic Plan. Over 100 stakeholders drawn from across Nigeria were involved in validating Nigeria’s National medical Laboratory Strategic Plan (2014-2018). The assignment included providing logistics and events management services for the one week event which held on 25-29 November 2013 in Abuja.

November 2013

All services were provided by BBID Staff members: coordination of transportation for participants, securing of meeting venue and accommodation, administration of reimbursable payments, equipment rental, managing bank transfers and reportage

Health and Education Quality Systems Strengthening Initiative (HEQSS)

Provision of Logistics and Adminstrative Support for State Level Quality Assurance Training on Post Market Validation of HIV Rapid Test Kits for 6 Selected States In Southern Nigeria- Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, and Oyo

Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria

Tina Melkam, +234 803 307

3144

Provision of Logistics and Administrative Services for Quality Assurance Training on Post Market Validation of HIV Rapid Test Kits for 6 Selected States in Southern Nigeria- Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, and Oyo. The assisgnment included advance planning, provision of logistics and administrative services for the training which held in June 2013 in Yaba, Lagos State.

May – June 2013

All services were provided by BbiD Staff members: coordination of event, arrangements for transportation for participants, securing of training venue and accommodation, administration of reimbursable payments, equipment rental, managing bank transfers and reportage

United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)

Agribusiness Youth Workshop Fair at Songhai Centre, Republic of Benin

Port Novo, Republic of Benin

Dr Patrick Kormawa UNIDO Country Representative

+234 803 402 2093

The youth workshop fair aimed to articulate a strategy/roadmap for attracting and engaging young women and men in agribusiness. This consultative forum of over 500 participants from about 10 West African countries was geared towards the development of an evidence based set of policy guidelines to be used by policymakers and development partners in formulating programmes that promote rural youth entrepreneurs and agribusiness development.

April 2012 – November 2012

As the lead consultant, directly responsible for the organisation of the event, Mr Gombu’s role included events planning, preparation of events documentation (aide memoir, invitation letters, agenda, promotional materials etc). He was also in charge of overseeing scheduling the day to day activities during the event.