Ronke Arogbonlo Public Health Specialist




Address: House 8, 321 Road, Gwarinpa, Abuja

Telephone:08036982075                                Email:





2013 to date:    Assistant Project Co-ordinator,

International Foundation Against Infectious Disease in Nigeria (IFAIN), Abuja.



·      Conducting epidemiological and disease surveillance on the incidence of infectious diseases in young children.

·       Monitoring and ensuring the smooth and efficient day-to-day operations of the research project.

·      Routine primary data collection.

·      Procurement and supply chain management

·      Supervision and provision of technical support to research assistants.

·      Overseeing project inventory and providing administrative support where required.



2012: Researcher, Service Improvement Team, Sheffield Children’s                     Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield UK.

·       Health service evaluation Research.

·      Qualitative and quantitative analysis of data collected during routine monitoring and research activities.

·      Assisted hospital management in the monitoring and evaluation of outpatient services.




2006 –  2010: Relationship Manager, Oceanic Bank International, Plc.                            Kaduna.

·      Marketing of the bank’s products and determining various selling strategies to meet customers’ needs.

·      Developed marketing techniques and product knowledge.

·      Co-ordinated team activities to ensure error free transactions and customer satisfaction.





February 2005 – February 2006: NYSC, Eagle College, Edo, Nigeria. Educational Instructor.
·      Responsible for planning and delivering teaching sessions to high school students.


2003: Internship, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Kaduna, Nigeria.



2011 – 2013:  University of Sheffield, UK. MPH Public Health. (Merit).
Key modules: Health Needs Assessment, Research Methods, Leading and Managing Public Health Care Services, Key Issues in Global Public Health, Strengthening Health Systems.


Dissertation Topic: Service Evaluation of Outpatient Services at The Sheffield Children’s Hospital.


1999 –  2004: Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria.B.Tech Biochemistry (Second class upper division).


1991 –  1997: Baptist High School, Jos, Nigeria. (GSCE) Grades A-C in Mathematics, English, Biology, Chemistry, Economics.




Assessment of environmental cleanliness in outpatient clinics (2013)




I.T.  – Through my academic work and employment, I have acquired a wide range of computer skills and the ability to apply technology to appropriate tasks. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint. Training on Epi Info,SPSS, regular use of the Internet for research and literature searches from electronic databases


Communication skills-Ability to effectively convey ideas in written and spoken English.



Management and leadership – As the head of the marketing department of a branch of Oceanic Bank, I was responsible for devising and implementing marketing strategies and plans. I developed problem solving and decision-making skills.


Voluntary work -.  As a member of the Red Cross in Sheffield, I participated in workshops concerning delivery of educational sessions in schools on humanitarian and refugee awareness, equipping me with the ability to work in a team based global environment.



Research-Practical knowledge of research methodologies, literature searches, data collection and management. Ability to identify, extract, interpret and analyze data. Ability to research and gather information from a wide variety of standard and non-standard sources.