Ochuko Keyamo

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Ochuko Keyamo

Ochuko Keyamo, Country Manager, Nigeria, Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA), an alliance of about 15 plus companies with interest in fighting malaria in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ochuko leads the expansion of the Corporate Alliance for Malaria in Africa (CAMA) into the Nigerian, and broader West African, market. She executes on all program strategy and activities, including management of an Annual Malaria Technical Forum and also builds in-country capacity and partnerships between key stakeholders committed to fighting malaria in Africa. Over the years, Ochuko has executed and supported malaria technical conferences in several Africa countries, including Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana and Kenya. Prior to GBCHealth, Ochuko was a Research Fellow with the Institute for Advanced Medical Research and Training in Ibadan on a WHO-funded malaria program to improve the health of children living with malaria in western Nigeria. Ochuko led a research on Rapid Detection of Lactate Dehydrogenase and Genotyping of Plasmodium falciparum in Saliva of Children with Acute Uncomplicated Malaria in Nigeria. The research was a success and resulted in the diagnosis of malaria in biological fluids other than blood, first time in Africa. Ochuko holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Biochemistry from Delta State University and a Master’s in pharmacology and therapeutics from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria.


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kenneth bassey

2015-10-19 08:01

She's one that loves what she does and I admire her..i will vote her anyday..

Umejuru Onyige

2015-09-14 07:42

A true leader passionate about fighting malaria in Africa.

Ochuko Keyamo

2015-09-14 06:51

Ochuko Keyamo, Country Manager, Nigeria, Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA). An Alliance of 15 plus companies with interest in fighting malaria in Africa. Ochuko leads the expansion of CAMA into the Nigerian, and broader West African, market. She executes on all program strategy and activities on malaria control including management of an Annual Malaria Technical Forum, build in-country capacity and partnerships between the public and private sector to eliminate malaria in Africa. Over the years she has organized and supported malaria technical workshops in several African countries including Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya etc She's a great advocate and voice for malaria fight in Africa.

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