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Managing Director/Chief Operating Officer LOCATION: JOS The ideal person will develop and execute the company’s business strategies/plan in order to attain the goals of the company and over see the entire Sales and Marketing through our strategically located depots. He or She will be responsible for Sales & Marketing of the company’s wide range of pharmaceutical and medical products, particularly to CHAN Member Institutions. Develop strategies and ensure implementation to build company brands to achieve market share and the National Sales figures. The person shall Analyse problematic situations and occurrences and provide solutions to ensure company survival and growth. He or she shall oversee the company’s Supply Chain Management business and the effective management of all project activities: and also ensure that its strategic objectives are met; and delegate responsibilities and supervise the work of executives, providing guidance and motivation to drive maximum performance. Reporting line shall be to the Chairman of the Board, the applicant should: 1. Hold a minimum of a B. Pharm degree with not less than 10 years experience in managing a team of Pharmaceutical Sales and Supply Chain and Administrative Staff in high performance of all functions 2. A Christian of good standing in his/her church 3.Masters in Business Administration will be an added advantage. 4 Possess strong computer knowledge (Excel, Word and PowerPoint). 5. Experience working with Not-for -Profit Faith Based Organization is an added advantage

info@channigeria.org.ng; careers@channigeria.org.ng

To apply, please send your C.V and a covering letter electronically not later than two (2) weeks from the date of this publication to: the above Email Addresses. CHAN Medi-Pharm is an equal Opportunity employer, women and persons with disability are strongly advised to apply

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In March 2020, CHAN organized an executive and legislative roundtable dialogues with Federal health agencies and National Assembly as part of her Advocacy for Resources mobilization for member institutions. Here, is the President of CHAN, Col. (Dr.) Andrew Otunifade Imogu (middle) on his right are Sir (Dr.) Joseph Fomwul, 1st Vice President, CHAN, Dr. Mrs. Ziporah Kpamor, 2nd Vice President, CHAN. 3rd from Right is Mr. Mike Idah Secretary General, CHAN with representatives of four CHAN Zones, NHIS and NPHCDA during the CHAN Advocacy Health Tribunal at Denis Hotel Abuja.


Senator Oloronibe,(Right) the Chairman, Senate Health Committee, receiving the CHAN Advocacy Kit from Mr. Mike Idah, Secretary General, CHAN, while Dr. Wale Okediran, NAC Chair and Mr. David Omorebokhae, Director of Advocacy Looks on.











































































































Novo Nordis

Novo Nordisk: Base of Pyramid Diabetes Care The Project aimed at: Making access to medicine affordable and available.To improve access to diabetic care for the working poor in low and middle income persons. Building capacity in health system and societies by training of HCPs. CHAN signed agreement with Novo Nordisk to train vitually Doctors and Nurses and Phamacist/Pharmacist technologist on Diabetic Treatment in Nigeria. A total of 133 persons participated in the First Training in October 2020 and During the World Diabetic day Another training was held for the Doctors/Nurses and pharmacist and 132 participants from CHAN MIs benefited. Novo Nordisk through CHAN provided IPC and PPC worth N7,592,280 to MIs in the four Zones of Nigeria to mitigate the impact of COVID 19 in Nigeria. Novo Nordisk is supporting CHAN Management and staff on monitoring visits to 18 states across the Federation of Nigeria and to mark Celebration of World Diabetic Day (November 14) in retrospect. CHAN again recently signed the contract for extension From January 2021 to June 2021 and to implement the following activities in May: • Hold a 1-day Diabetes Awareness and Screening in 10 MIs across the country. Provide 4 free new glucometers, 1000 testing Strips, Portion Plates and funds refreshment for the medical teams conducting the outreach • Share Diabetes Educational hand books, 1000 educational handbook in English is ongoing to improve the knowledge of the disease among the general population. The MIs from the West and North Central of Nigeria have benefited from this programme in greater proportion. The Support for this Phase is coming to an end by December 2020. There is ongoing dialogue and linkages by Novo Nordisk for other possible relationship with sister organizations. 15 CHAN Facilities received the following item respectively: 1. Face Mask 16 Packets 2. Surgical gloves 3 Parkets 3. Hand Sanitizers (500Ml) 22 bottles 4. Liquid Soap 20 litres (2) 5. Disinfectant (Bleach 3.5 Litters).

















Covid-19 Response Project

From the commencement of the project, it had 3 objectives summarized which are: I. Provision of sustainable water supply to 10 MIs II. Improvement of Infection Prevention and control measures in the 10 MIs III. Provision of funds for purchase of relevant IPC supplies ACHAP in the second phase of support to CHAN, provided CHAN the sum of $50,000 to provide 10 Boreholes for 10 facilities across Nigeria. The Process of provision had kickstarted. Earliear in the year they supported CHAN towards mitigating the impact of Corvid ‘19 Worth US $27,500 (Twenty -Seven thousand, Five hundred United States Dollars was spent to support Community Mobilisation efforts for Active case identification, survelance and Guidance on home based care; Equip health facilities with medicines and supplies and to provide support for referrals from community to facility and to higher level facilities. The MIs that Benefited includes 1. Hoares Memorial Hospital, Yaba , Lagos 2. Regina Mundi Catholic Hospital, Mushin, Lagos 3. BHUTH, Jos 4. Rufina Catholic Medical Centre, Iperu St. Mary Catholic Hospital, Gwagwalada, FCT, Abuja Between January 2021 and now the following have been achieved so far: Provision of water Nine (9) boreholes have been completed out of 10, the remaining ones is ongoing to be completed before the middle of June 2021 Each of the 10 MIs is got a drilled borehole with a motorized electric pump reticulated to a 3000 liters storage tank stationed on a 3m high metal stanchion. Improvement of IPC practice in 10 MIs 10 stepdown trainings have been done for the benefitting facilities at their various facilities. Topics covered included: management and ways of preventing infection with focus on covid-19. Provision of Funds for purchase of relevant IPC supplies. 200,000 two hundred thousand naira have been advanced to benefitting MIs respectively in the month of February for purchase of startup IPC supplies e.g. wash station buckets, Bin liners, hand sanitizers etc. to encourage facility improve on its IPC measures. As at May 14, 2021 , 8 Boreholes were commissioned and handed over to their respective Management in all the zones of Nigeria. MIs having challenges of Water are breathing a sigh of relief as CHAN ACHAP have commenced the process of solving that problem by the provision of mechanized boreholes within the next five months. MIs drawn from states like Abia, Benue, Kaduna, Ondo, Oyo, Taraba, and Imo shall benefit in the first instance. Considering over 600 Facilities depending on CHAN, this is a far cry from the number of request for support from MIs across Nigeria. We are excited that these ten facilities got this boost.

ACHAP /UNAID

Phase two of Stigma and Discrimination. ACHAP have provided funding to the tune of $24,187.57 By January 2021 CHAN is training 50 HCW and 50 Religious Leaders and People living Positively drawn from 5 Central states in Nigeria including FCT using the S& D Training Manual CHAN developed for Nigeria in 2018/19. Between 6-9th of April 2021, a 100 Religious leaders, Health Care Workers and Persons living Positively with HIV were engaged in a weeklong Dialogue/ Training of Trainers on ending Stigma and Discrimination using the Stigma and Discrimination Manual on HIV/AIDS produced by CHAN for the entire Country. CHAN staff again in the third week of May 2021 embarked on a successful supervision and monitoring visits to all participants and facilities in five states including FCT to ensure that HIV/AIDS S&D work plan is mainstreamed by HCWs, clergy from Christian and Muslim Faith imbibe and promote practices mitigating HIV/AIDS S&D and finally PLPs also join in the ongoing campaign.


















































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Hon. Isaac Kyale Kwalu, Chairman Quaan-pan L.G.C. (Middle on Face cap) and Dr. Fred Dachung (Right) Plateau SAC Chairman, Mrs. Beauty Onekpe, Programme Assistant, M&E Zone B, Mr. Chris Amasi, Director of Finance, CHAN. Mr. Yakubu Chundang (Behind the Chairman on Suit) with other SAC members and staff.


Archbishop Henry Chukwudum Ndukuba The fifth Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) at the Center flanked on the left by Col.(Dr.) Andrew Imogu, President of CHAN, Mr. Mike Idah, Secretary General, CHAN and his right is Dr. Mrs. Ziporah Kpamor and Ven. Dr. Fatusi.




















































































Novo Nordis

Novo Nordisk: Base of Pyramid Diabetes Care The Project aimed at: Making access to medicine affordable and available.To improve access to diabetic care for the working poor in low and middle income persons. Building capacity in health system and societies by training of HCPs. CHAN signed agreement with Novo Nordisk to train vitually Doctors and Nurses and Phamacist/Pharmacist technologist on Diabetic Treatment in Nigeria. A total of 133 persons participated in the First Training in October 2020 and During the World Diabetic day Another training was held for the Doctors/Nurses and pharmacist and 132 participants from CHAN MIs benefited. Novo Nordisk through CHAN provided IPC and PPC worth N7,592,280 to MIs in the four Zones of Nigeria to mitigate the impact of COVID 19 in Nigeria. Novo Nordisk is supporting CHAN Management and staff on monitoring visits to 18 states across the Federation of Nigeria and to mark Celebration of World Diabetic Day (November 14) in retrospect. CHAN again recently signed the contract for extension From January 2021 to June 2021 and to implement the following activities in May: • Hold a 1-day Diabetes Awareness and Screening in 10 MIs across the country. Provide 4 free new glucometers, 1000 testing Strips, Portion Plates and funds refreshment for the medical teams conducting the outreach • Share Diabetes Educational hand books, 1000 educational handbook in English is ongoing to improve the knowledge of the disease among the general population. The MIs from the West and North Central of Nigeria have benefited from this programme in greater proportion. The Support for this Phase is coming to an end by December 2020. There is ongoing dialogue and linkages by Novo Nordisk for other possible relationship with sister organizations. 15 CHAN Facilities received the following item respectively: 1. Face Mask 16 Packets 2. Surgical gloves 3 Parkets 3. Hand Sanitizers (500Ml) 22 bottles 4. Liquid Soap 20 litres (2) 5. Disinfectant (Bleach 3.5 Litters).


















Covid-19 Response Project

From the commencement of the project, it had 3 objectives summarized which are: I. Provision of sustainable water supply to 10 MIs II. Improvement of Infection Prevention and control measures in the 10 MIs III. Provision of funds for purchase of relevant IPC supplies ACHAP in the second phase of support to CHAN, provided CHAN the sum of $50,000 to provide 10 Boreholes for 10 facilities across Nigeria. The Process of provision had kickstarted. Earliear in the year they supported CHAN towards mitigating the impact of Corvid ‘19 Worth US $27,500 (Twenty -Seven thousand, Five hundred United States Dollars was spent to support Community Mobilisation efforts for Active case identification, survelance and Guidance on home based care; Equip health facilities with medicines and supplies and to provide support for referrals from community to facility and to higher level facilities. The MIs that Benefited includes 1. Hoares Memorial Hospital, Yaba , Lagos 2. Regina Mundi Catholic Hospital, Mushin, Lagos 3. BHUTH, Jos 4. Rufina Catholic Medical Centre, Iperu St. Mary Catholic Hospital, Gwagwalada, FCT, Abuja Between January 2021 and now the following have been achieved so far: Provision of water Nine (9) boreholes have been completed out of 10, the remaining ones is ongoing to be completed before the middle of June 2021 Each of the 10 MIs is got a drilled borehole with a motorized electric pump reticulated to a 3000 liters storage tank stationed on a 3m high metal stanchion. Improvement of IPC practice in 10 MIs 10 stepdown trainings have been done for the benefitting facilities at their various facilities. Topics covered included: management and ways of preventing infection with focus on covid-19. Provision of Funds for purchase of relevant IPC supplies. 200,000 two hundred thousand naira have been advanced to benefitting MIs respectively in the month of February for purchase of startup IPC supplies e.g. wash station buckets, Bin liners, hand sanitizers etc. to encourage facility improve on its IPC measures. As at May 14, 2021 , 8 Boreholes were commissioned and handed over to their respective Management in all the zones of Nigeria. MIs having challenges of Water are breathing a sigh of relief as CHAN ACHAP have commenced the process of solving that problem by the provision of mechanized boreholes within the next five months. MIs drawn from states like Abia, Benue, Kaduna, Ondo, Oyo, Taraba, and Imo shall benefit in the first instance. Considering over 600 Facilities depending on CHAN, this is a far cry from the number of request for support from MIs across Nigeria. We are excited that these ten facilities got this boost.

ACHAP /UNAID

Phase two of Stigma and Discrimination. ACHAP have provided funding to the tune of $24,187.57 By January 2021 CHAN is training 50 HCW and 50 Religious Leaders and People living Positively drawn from 5 Central states in Nigeria including FCT using the S& D Training Manual CHAN developed for Nigeria in 2018/19. Between 6-9th of April 2021, a 100 Religious leaders, Health Care Workers and Persons living Positively with HIV were engaged in a weeklong Dialogue/ Training of Trainers on ending Stigma and Discrimination using the Stigma and Discrimination Manual on HIV/AIDS produced by CHAN for the entire Country. CHAN staff again in the third week of May 2021 embarked on a successful supervision and monitoring visits to all participants and facilities in five states including FCT to ensure that HIV/AIDS S&D work plan is mainstreamed by HCWs, clergy from Christian and Muslim Faith imbibe and promote practices mitigating HIV/AIDS S&D and finally PLPs also join in the ongoing campaign.