Monitoring and Evaluation and eHealth Advisor
Benjamin Akinmoyeje is the M&E and eHealth Advisor for the Care and Treatment for Sustained Support (CaTSS) project in Nigeria, and contributed to two 4-year predecessor MSH Nigeria projects (ACT and Pro-ACT) supporting people living with HIV & AIDS and TB, OVC, gender initiatives, and state and national HIV & AIDS agencies. Under Pro-ACT, Benjamin was the Information technology and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Manager supervising an eight person team. Benjamin provides ICT technical and staff mentoring support to MSH Nigeria HQ, field, and partner staff; and customizes open source applications to suit project specific needs. As the M&E and eHealth Advisor for CaTSS, he supervised the design and implementation of an open source electronic medical records system in 19 public health facilities across five Northern Nigerian states, involving more than 200 laptops, 19 servers, and several interconnecting devices.
Benjamin holds a bachelor of Science Physics degree from the University of Lagos, and has received multiple trainings in Microsoft, Comptia, Oracle, Cisco, server, and client-based open source and proprietary solutions. Benjamin has skills in the design and implementation of computer networks, computer security, and database and Java programming. He initiated the MSH Nigeria IdeaLab, a physical space to develop innovative mHealth pilots to support various project interventions, especially for strengthening mobile data collection, job aids for community health workers, and patient data quality management to improve care. The IdeaLab has successfully implemented multiple pilots, published abstracts and papers, and initiated the EMR system. He contributed to the development of the newly approved Nigerian National Health ICT Strategic Framework and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) eHealth policy.