Thursday, September 16, 2010

My Profile

Oluwasijibomi Ojajuni a gifted young man driven by the desire to affect as many lives as possible by empowering individuals on health,and the environment, repositioning lives through life building skills, reconstructing minds through inspiriting information for the upliftment of the individuals and the society at large. He has zealously over the years worked in different capacities in achieving this all over the country.
Oluwasijibomi Ojajuni was born in Akure, Ondo state, Nigeria, he attended Bishop Hughes Memorial Primary School, Akure and Federal Government Academy (Center for the Gifted and Talented), Suleja, Niger state before proceeding to the University of Ilorin where he bagged a B.Sc degree in Human Physiology.
He was awarded the Federal Government Scholarship from 1996-2002 for his secondary school education (Federal Government Academy), he was also awarded Ondo state scholarship 2008, he was the best physiology student 2006/2007 session University of Ilorin. He is the director of planning and organization Health Action Concerning the Environment and You (, he is a member of Health Professionals Global Network (HPGN),member Health Information for All (HIFA).
Oluwasijibomi Ojajuni
·          Is a UNICEF Peer Education Trainer,
·         Has attained the meritorious level in global health education. (USAID and John Hopkins Bloomberg)
·         Has a certificate on the core concept of Millenium Development Goals (UN).
·         Is a UN volunteer
·         Is one of the 4 country representatives of HIFA 2015 in Nigeria – an online health information campaign launched in the United Kingdom.

He attended the 5th World Youth Congress Istanbul, Turkey as a Young Educator where he facilitated two workshops “building lives” and “clarion call” and also ran an exhibition session which showcased his recent developmental works.

Oluwasijibomi Ojajuni is a talented youth educator, highly skilled in passing information with undaunting interest in public health and empowering lives,and also a fervent reader of journals.He has facilitated programmes on world AIDS day,world health day and world malaria day in secondary and tertiary institutions,he has been actively involved in creating focus groups in secondary schools on life building skills. He is currently working on a project in the northern part of Nigeria aimed at empowering women for better health and productivity (PROJECT ELEVATE... building lives).

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