Ummulkhulthum A. Bajoga

Brief info

Ummulkhulthum has vast experience in community development, research, strategic communication
and public health .She attended University of Nottingham
Where she obtained Master of Public health (International Health) UK, Masters in Field
Epidemiology ABU Zaria
She led the team that reactivated Core Technical Committee (CTC) in Federal Capital Territory (FCT)
which is a forum for all stakeholders on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in FCT
She led the team that implemented Client Oriented Provider Efficient (COPE) in one cluster in each
Area Council
She has conducted health promotion activities in communities, cities, on mass media
Field epidemiologist that is exceptional in investigating outbreaks, evaluating surveillance system as
well as using data to inform decision making
Excellent at making presentations in office or international conferences.
Her professional expertise spans various aspect of public service among which are;
Federal Capital Territory Administration
FCT Primary Health Care Development Board, Abuja: Nigeria
Sectional Head, Family Planning and Safe Motherhood Units April 2011 - date
Major Responsibilities and achievements
Responsible for coordinating the activities of Family Planning and Safe motherhood activities in FCT.
She supervise the Family Planning providers in the Government owned primary and secondary
facilities. She also supervise the Maternal and Child Health activities in the Area Councils as well as
the operationalising of Reproductive Health policies.
Trainer of Life Saving Skills (LSS), Liverpool School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Federal Capital Territory Administration
FCT Primary Health Care Development Board, Abuja : Nigeria

Head, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Unit Nov 2010 to Apr 2011
she was responsible for coordinating Water and Sanitation Activities in FCT.
Successfully marked Global Hand washing Days and World Toilet Days Member of National Task
Group on Sanitation that went to different states to promote Open Defecation Free (ODF) .Taught
Primary School students proper hand washing techniques.
Inaugurated Sanitation clubs in various schools
Promoted use of safe water, hygiene, and sanitation in FCT communities.