I’m a health promotion supervisor working with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Ngala, in Nigeria's Borno State.
I always knew I wanted to work in the humanitarian sector, and studied health education at university. Before I started working with MSF, I gained experience working as a teacher in a variety of subjects across all age groups.
My role now is to train the community health workers to work on whatever the needs are at that moment. I look after data and reporting, and also work on building relationships between MSF and other organisations in the community.
Health promotion is all about changing people's minds to help their health. This is really something I delight in, and I like to see myself changing mindsets from a negative way of thinking to a positive way.