Hidayah Bello
Hidayah Bello is a responsible, ambitious, and result-oriented person. She is passionate about the work that she does, thrives on challenges, and constantly sets goals for herself. As such, she always has new goals to strive towards. Solina is her first employer and she has thus far appreciated the organization and her people for all of the lessons learned over the years.

Working in SCIDaR allows you to meet some of the smartest young people in the world.

About Hidayah

Hidayah Bello is a responsible, ambitious, and result-oriented person. She is passionate about the work that she does, thrives on challenges, and constantly sets goals for herself. As such, she always has new goals to strive towards.
Solina is her first employer and she has thus far appreciated the organization and her people for all of the lessons learned over the years.

Working at SCIDaR

From 2013 to date, Hidaya’s experience has been a tremendous one; as an impact-driven individual and working in HIV/AIDS-related programs over years, she has been able to appreciate her inputs and make the needed difference with persons living with the disease as well as health personnel providing care and treatment.  Working in SCIDaR has also allowed her to meet some of the smartest young people in the world. She loves working here and appreciates all of the learning opportunities provided.
Hidayah works on the HIV/AIDs program called the ACHIEVE project, intending to support private health facilities to provide quality HIV services (testing, treatment, and care) to people living with HIV (PLHIVs) through the PEPFAR-funded program.

Education

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State
Mathematics
English EN French FR

Volunteer

SCIDaR offers dynamic and rewarding opportunities to individuals who desire to gain experience and develop key professional skills while also working to contribute to SCIDaR’s organizational goals within six (6) months.

Our
Mission

Our vision is to become a leading organization working to accelerate social, health, and economic development of under- served populations