About Musa Dauda Chiroma:
I am Musa Dauda chiroma
Am hard working person
I developed my skills in nutrition..
Alliance for international medical action (ALIMA)Muna (OTP) January– June 2019
Position: Nutrition Assistant
Supervise a team of Community Health Promoters to ensure that they undertake their duties in accordance with IMC policies and standards.
Collaboratively work with the Nutrition Coordinator and other members of the Nutrition team to ensure that consistently high quality services are delivered to beneficiaries in a timely fashion.
Ensure the observance of respect the dignity of beneficiaries, care givers and members of the community at all times during their engagement with IMC.
Coordinates with project partners, project staff, the SMOH, LGA and other stakeholders regarding upcoming activities and needs at the community and State /LGA levels.
Identify training needs of the Community Health Promoters and liaise with the Nutrition Coordinator to administer such trainings.
Review Flipchart Lesson Plans with CH Promoters every two weeks and ensure they understand the information well and can teach back the information in a participatory manner.
Collect Community Health Promoter reports on a monthly basis, review the reports and ensure the information presented is accurate and complete.
Prepare a timely monthly report using the information provided by Community Health Promoters and maintain a database of same.
Collect report from CHPs on Family MUAC, review the report and identify refresher training need for Lead Mothers/ Mothers.
Ensure that the families of malnourished children receive appropriate counseling, education concerning the Infant and Young Child Feed (IYCF) and caring practices through Care Group.
Plan weekly / monthly activities in collaboration with the Nutrition Officer liaising closely with the Logistics and Finance teams to ensure timely delivery of needed materials
UNICEF, Gwoza, LGA. January - December 2018
Position: CMAM provider
Admission and discharge of SAM patients without medical complications based on admission and discharge criteria at OTP site.
Routine Medication for SAM patients without medical complications.
Referral of SAM patients with medical complication to stabilization center (SC).
Daily IYCF counseling to care-givers on exclusive breastfeeding.
Daily, weekly and monthly activities report.
Alliance for international medical action(ALIMAl), maiduguri Sep 2022- November2022
Position: Nutrition assistant stabilization center (SC) gwange maiduguri
Preparation of Therapeutic milk for admitted SAM children with medical complications in Stabilization center
Making sure that all feeding equipments are well cleaned before and after feeding
F-75 therapeutic milk, low in protein, sodium and calories (0.9 g of protein and 75 kcal per 100 ml) is used in the initial phase of treatment for patients suffering from complicated SAM. It is used to cover basic needs while complications are being treated. It is given in 8 daily meals.
medical treatments and prevention of dehydration, infections, hypothermia, hypoglycaemia, heart failure, very severe anaemia
This involves a nutritional treatment based on a low energy Kcal and protein diet content (in total 100 Kcal/kg/d for children, 40 Kcal/kg/d for adults), given in frequent fractionated meals ( 6-8 meals per 24-hours)
Ensure setting up of breast feed ing corners at each OTP/SFP sites established or supported at Health facilities.
Provide appropriate counseling for PLW, care takers of OTP/SFP beneficiaries When the patient has reached the recovery criteria, he will be discharged of the TFC and refer to the Supplementary Feeding Centre, when available, for consolidation phase.
Children exhibiting anorexia, or significant medical complications, such as severe anaemia, severe dehydration or severe infection (complicated acute malnutrition) should be hospitalised b
replaces F-75 after several days, once the patient is stabilised (return of appetite, clinical improvement; disappearance or reduction of oedema).
Develop weekly and monthly plan towards accomplishment of the work plan and monitor the plan accordingly.
In large food crisis, famine or high insecurity situations (as Gode or Danan), we will offer only on the form of a day care centre.
and a very close daily monitoring of the patient The treatment in Phase I is usually provided in a 24 hours care unit.
graduate of HEALTH EDUCATION from the University of Maiduguri