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Solina Center for International Research and Development facilitated a 3-weeks in-class and career coaching/mentoring session for National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) new hires to transfer basic knowledge that will facilitate the development of basic leadership and management skills and competencies. This video highlights feedback from the beneficiaries of the session.
Solina Center for International Research and Development co-designed the Leadership Development Academy with the NPHCDA and supported the implementation. This video highlights feedback from the beneficiaries of this capacity building session on lessons learned.
The Nigeria Implementation Science Alliance (NISA) was started as a collaboration among United States PEPFAR-supported implementing partners, research universities, and policy makers to enhance the quality of health care through implementation science and research.
Dr Raihanah explains how SCIDaR uncovered assumptions in the Northern Nigerian states Routine Immunization Strengthening Project (NNRISP) and shares lessons and best practice advice on how others can do the same.
Today we celebrate our Executive Director for being an inspiring leader and visionary.
SCIDaR’s Skoll World Forum webinar on “Building Capacity for Development: Lessons learned from Ebola, Polio and HIV” facilitated by Dr. Muyi Aina, Dr. Uchenna Igbokwe and Dr. Raihanah ibrahim on Friday, April 3, 2020.
For the NLC, learning is unceasing. Our working groups are currently undergoing a capacity-building training at our Social Norms Intervention Lab. Facilitators are showing participants practical ways of analyzing harmful social norms and devising effective ways to curb them.
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.