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WCEA for Africa, Asia & the Middle East

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WCEA delivering sustainable solutions for CPD & lifelong learning

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About the WCEA

WCEA is a social impact technology company that provides sustainable & innovative e-health & m-health technology solutions for CPD and lifelong learning, enabling capacity building. This is achieved by partnering with NGOs, local and international providers.

Misson

To significantly improve access to evidence-based education, developing skills and patient care, resulting in better health outcomes.

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Global & Regional Partnerships
International Council of Nurses
The World Medical Association
United Nations Population Fund
African Forum of Primary Healthcare
Wonca Africa
jhpiego
Federation of African Medical Students' Associations
African Novice Nurses and Students Initiative
Eye Health Africa
African Action Network for Nurses and Nurse Midwives

Meet the Team

The Advisory Board with 150+ years of combined experience working at the highest level in the Nursing and Midwifery profession, provide overall project direction and governance, to ensure we succeed in our combined mission.

Nursing & Midwifery WCEA Advisory Board
Peter Johnson
Peter Johnson

Senior Technical Advisor Jhpiego

Provides senior project support to Jhpiego country teams and the USAID Momentum Country and Global Leadership project. Previously had overall responsibility for driving Jhpiego’s Nursing & Midwifery Strategy

Judith A. Oulton
Judith A. Oulton

Co-Chair, Covid-19 Africa Action Network for Nurses and Nurse-Midwives

Judith Oulton is an international consultant and a past CEO of the International Council of Nurses, the Florence Nightingale International Foundation, and the Canadian Nurses Association. Oulton also serves on the board of The Gretta Foundation.

Franklin A. Shaffer
Franklin A. Shaffer

President of CGFNS International

Dr. Franklin A. Shaffer is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CGFNS International, Inc., an internationally recognized authority on credentials evaluation and verification of nurses and healthcare professionals worldwide.

Jill Iliffe
Jill Iliffe

Executive Secretary at Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation

Jill Iliffe is Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation (CNMF), a position she has held since 2008. The CNMF is a federation of national nursing and midwifery organizations in Commonwealth countries.

Tulipoka Soko
Tulipoka Soko

Former Director for Nursing and Midwifery Services MOH Malawi

Tulipoka Nellie Soko was a Director for Nursing and Midwifery Services at the Ministry of Health Headquarters in Malawi until her retirement in May, 2020. While at the Ministry, Tulipoka was responsible for providing strategic leadership in Nursing and Midwifery services

Annet Kabanyoro
Annet Kabanyoro

Uganda

Dean, School of Nursing, Kampala International University, Uganda. Concurrently a PhD student at University of South Africa and implementor of AAN’s first local facemask production project.

Flavia Poka
Flavia Poka

Lesotho

Strategically directing and leading all operations of the Lesotho Nursing Council since 2009 to date; which is mandated to protect the public by regulating Nursing and Midwifery Education and practice in Lesotho.

Craig Fitzpatrick
Craig Fitzpatrick

WCEA, Programme Director

WCEA is the ONE World Programme Director, managing relationships and coordinating activity with key stakeholders.

The WCEA Country Consultants are on the ground, providing local insights into capacity building requirements and liaisons with the stakeholders.

WCEA Country Consultants (Nursing/Midwifery)
Ralueke Ekezie
Ralueke Ekezie

Nigeria

Raluke Ekezie is multiple award-winning nurse, the Global Research Nurses (GRN) Africa Regional Lead University under The Global Health Network (TGHN) of Oxford UK and has trained 2000 nurses.

Theopista Ateenyi
Theopista Ateenyi

Uganda

Senior Nursing Officer/Safety Officer/Surveillance COVID-19 EPI-WHO Regional Reference Lab Entebbe

Amed Gamal Sallam
Amed Gamal Sallam

Egypt

ICN official delegate in WHA 72, Geneva. Former GASNN Membership director. ENNSSA cofounder committee general coordinator and 1st president 2009.

Agnes Mwafulirwa
Agnes Mwafulirwa

Zambia

Agnes is a senior nurse lecturer at the Ndola College of Nursing and Midwifery. She previously has run health centres.

Alphonce Kalula
Alphonce Kalula

Tanzania

The former programme director for Ecsacon. Registered Nurse and an independent nursing consultant.

Moneko Zoto
Moneko Zoto

Malawi

Until 2020 Menko worked at Child Legacy International Hospital as a Senior Nursing Officer and she is currently working as the Unit Matron of Bwaila labour ward. Meneko is experienced in mentorship and CPD programs.

Rosemary Kamunya
Rosemary Kamunya

Kenya

Practicing Nurse and Midwife with over 40 years of experience in the public and private sector. Currently working with Jhpiego for the past 15 years as Senior Regional Technical Advisor for various projects in the Africa Region and beyond.

Gaudiosa Tibaijuka
Gaudiosa Tibaijuka

Tanzania

Certified Nurse Midwife with a Master’s Degree in Education (Med, ADNE, RM, RN), a Certification in Population, Development, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health

Chinenye Anetekhai
Chinenye Anetekhai

Nigeria

Mrs. Chinenye Anetekhai is an Academic at the Department of Nursing Sciences, University of Nigeria. She has won several international awards as a result of her research works.

Medical WCEA Advisory Board
Dr. David Ntirushwa
Dr. David Ntirushwa

Rwanda

President of Rwanda Medical Association and advisor to the Rwanda Society of Obstetricians and Gynecology. He is also the past 2nd Vice President of the Rwanda Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Dr. Samson Chisele
Dr. Samson Chisele

Zambia

Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist working at the University Teaching Women and Newborn Hospital in Zambia's Capital, Lusaka.

Prof. Abdulfatai Olokoba
Prof. Abdulfatai Olokoba

Nigeria

MBBS, DTMH, Cert HPM, MBA, MPH, FWACP (Internal Medicine). Chairman, National NMA CME/CPD Committee.

Dr. Simon Kigondu
Dr. Simon Kigondu

Kenya

As an obstetrician-gynecologist, he works in active clinical group practice at Excella Healthcare, KMA Centre.

Chiudzu, Grace Mary
Chiudzu, Grace Mary

Malawi

A Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist for Bwaila maternity, Lilongwe. The current chairperson of the Medical Association of Malawi.

Dr. Julius Masanika
Dr. Julius Masanika

Tanzania

Julius Masanika is a Tanzanian Medical Doctor, a graduate of the University of Dar es Salaam with MSc. in Infectious Diseases of the University of London (UoL) and London School of Hygiene and tropical Medicine (LSHTM).

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    What Our Stakeholders Say

    Before SONAM started this initiative, nurses and midwives had expressed uncertainty about how to take care of Covid-19 patients. With the intense fear of contagion and threat to mental and psychological wellbeing served as a motivation for us to develop courses that can be reached by a large proportion of nurses and midwives.

    Eunice Ndirangu
    Dean, The Aga Khan University (SONAM)

    I am happy to share our experience working with WCEA as the Midwives Association of Zambia. It has been a very interesting journey from the time we got to know you about 3 to 4 years ago. You were consistent with your communication with us and we tried our best to put things in place so that our Midwives can have an opportunity to access the platform.

    Sarah Ngoma
    Midwives Association of Zambia

    WCEA opened up opportunities for Namibian nurses to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge through online courses. Through this platform, interactivity and network opportunities for all are generated. Namibian nurses embrace with open arms technological solutions and appreciate WCEA initiative for this new education platform.

    Dr Ndapeua Shifiona
    President, Namibian Nursing Association

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