Jadono Teme has three years of experience in the nonprofit sector, and earned a Bachelor�s of Science in Human Physiology from the University of Port Harcourt in Nigeria.
While working as a Community Program Director with Vision 1 Health in Nigeria under HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness program, he helped create awareness and improve the health of rural dwellers living with HIV/AIDS in some western and southern communities in Nigeria most especially with his Blog site where he constantly provides informative and educative online materials. He is currently a Master Peer Trainer, a project where community development workers are selected and engaged by his countries government, under the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) scheme supported by UNICEF to train fresh graduates for a couple of days in the Orientation Camp.
He has also done some volunteering work with several groups including UNICEF, Lagos State ministry of health, and Global Fund funded programs through the Association for Family and Reproductive Health in Nigeria. Through these experiences, he developed strong project coordination and implementation skills. Jadono enjoys focusing on the topics of HIV&AIDS treatment, prevention and care and has a strong passion for youth empowerment including gender inequality. ... (more)
This is a space for Jadono to share inspiration, information, and opportunities for involvement with global impact.