After working as an intern at USAID and having the opportunity to work on projects related to healthcare. She developed an interest in health systems strengthening and this motivated her to join SCIDaR, where she has been able to gain exposure to the challenges and complexities of the healthcare systems and also developed critical thinking, problem-solving and effective communication skills.
In her current role as the state supply chain focal person for the Smiles for Mothers project in Niger state, which is aimed at reducing maternal deaths due to postpartum haemorrhage, she plays a critical role in optimising supply chain practices of Uterotonics in the state. She has also built relationships with key stakeholders to enable effective communication in understanding the needs and priorities of the state in the prevention of postpartum haemorrhage. She finds the process of identifying issues and developing solutions really intellectually stimulating and rewarding.