CERHI Attend’s  AAU ORGANISED TRAINING WORKSHOP ON THE EVOLVING ROLE OF THE 21ST CENTURY ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, FINANCE OFFICER, BUDGET HEADS AND COST MANAGERS IN ACCRA, GHANA

CERHI Attend’s AAU ORGANISED TRAINING WORKSHOP ON THE EVOLVING ROLE OF THE 21ST CENTURY ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, FINANCE OFFICER, BUDGET HEADS AND COST MANAGERS IN ACCRA, GHANA

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The workshop which started on the 27th of November, 2018 kicked off with the introduction of Key Speakers and Attendees by Mr Frank Adjei, the Project Accountant of the Association of African Universities (AAU). This was then proceeded by a series of teachings by the Key Facilitator, Prof Frimpong on the “Evolving and Dynamic Role of the 21st Century Accountant.” In the course of the days following, participants (drawn from different parts of Africa) were trained in various areas ranging from Resource Mobilization, Enterprise Development to Research Proposal Writing and a refresher course on Understanding and Preparation of Basic Financial Statements as well as Financial Statement Analysis. The training workshop came to an end on the 30th of November 2018 after the last series of teachings by the key facilitator, Prof Frimpong with…
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CERHI Secretariat Launching

CERHI Secretariat Launching

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The Centre Leader, Centre for Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation invites the public to the Launching of its Secretariat . The Keynote Address will be delivered by Prof. Olufemi Adebisi Bamiro( Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan). The Title of the keynote address is "Impact of Tertiary Education on National Development". Time : 10.00 am Prompt Venue: Akin Deko Main Auditorium.
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VISIT BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF NUC TO CERHI

VISIT BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF NUC TO CERHI

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17th October, 2017 featured a visit by the Executive Secretary of NUC, Professor Abubakar Rasheed to the Centre of Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation, University of Benin. A visit to the Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin, Professor F.F.O Orumwense was made and the NUC team were warmly received. A visit to the CERHI facility was made were the NUC officials took a tour around the ultramodern building and afterwards proceeded to the conference room to discuss pressing issues at hand. The CERHI team on the other hand made their presentation with the Centre leader, Professor Friday Okonofua leading the team alongside the Co-Centre leader, Professor Obehi Okojie. It was  an interesting one for all who were privileged to have been present. See more photos below; [caption id="attachment_666" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Centre…
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ANNOUNCEMENT OF DR. NATALIA KANEM APPOINTMENT AS UNFPA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

ANNOUNCEMENT OF DR. NATALIA KANEM APPOINTMENT AS UNFPA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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  Dr Natalia Kanem happens to have kick started her career at the Johns Hopkins UNiversity and Columbia University schools of medicine and public health. Between the years of 1992 to 2005, Dr Natalia Kanem happens to have served as a Ford Foundation officer where she dedicated her time and resources in pioneering the work in women's reproductive health and sexuality. The founder as well as president of the ELIMA Philanthropies which features an institution with a primary focus on children and youth in Africa until she left in 2011. In the years 2012 and 2013, Dr Natalia Kanem became the senior associate of Lloyd Best Institute dedicated to Caribbean development. The year 2014 saw Dr Natalia Kanem become the United Nations Population Fund representative in Tanzania while in 2016,…
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CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR A SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE COURSE ON IMPROVING POLICIES AND PROGRAMS FOR PREVENTING MATERNAL MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA

CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR A SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE COURSE ON IMPROVING POLICIES AND PROGRAMS FOR PREVENTING MATERNAL MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA

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The Centre of Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation (CERHI) is a World Bank supported program at the University of Benin aimed at building capacity within West and Central Africa’s tertiary educational system for implementing high quality training and applied research for reproductive health professions to tackle policies and programs for reducing the region’s high burden of fertility, unsafe abortion, maternal mortality and HIV/AIDS.  This program is being implemented by the University of Benin in collaboration with partner institutions – the University of Ibadan, the Nigerian Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), the University of Ghana, the University of Cotonou (Republic of Benin), the University of Niger, Harvard School of Public Health, the University of Aberdeen, the University of Maryland and the University of Toronto. As part of its mandate, the Centre…
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