Welcome to PriHEMAC
We make a difference in lives
PriHEMAC utilizes public-private partnership strategy with multilateral and bilateral development Partners to empower and build capacity of identified appropriate target groups in communities for provision of quality health services
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Dr Martins Olusola Ogundeji
Mrs Cecilia Falola
Nurse And Caregiver Educator
Mrs Temitope Olatunbosun
Program and Communication Officer
Assistant Program Officer
Senior Program Officer
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As we have already seen, our students from the University of Buffalo are inspired by PriHEMAC model, with its focus on training and use of Caregivers and Elderly Friendly Ambassadors (PEFAs) to empower stakeholders such as Religious Organizations. Your comprehensive approach includes direct training but also building organizational capacity and awareness toward impacting culture, and improving the lives of your seniors. Your contribution to SDGs and mitigating impact of COVID-19 on elderly are a great attraction to our evolving collaboration and highly recommend PriHEMAC.
Working together with PriHEMAC during the SUNY Global Commons ‘virtual study abroad’ program was an amazing experience for me and for the students. The PriHEMAC leadership team is incredibly open to engaging in international partnership and remote project-based service learning. PriHEMAC staff were highly professional and responsive, when working with both our faculty and our students. Thanks to the PriHEMAC team’s approach and openness to collaboration, our students had an outstanding learning experience, while producing project deliverables that surpassed our expectations and that all involved are extremely proud of! Working with PriHEMAC was for me and my students a true pleasure, and I look forward to continuing to work with them over the months and years ahead
“I was introduced to PriHEMAC by Mrs. Ab, a retired school principal when I was experiencing challenges in getting competent hands to take charge of my aged parents. To the glory of God, the staff of PriHEMAC took proper care of my parents till their last days on earth. I feel fulfilled to be associated with PriHEMAC and have no cause to regret introducing the organization to members of the public. The staff of PriHEMAC are trained, disciplined, and committed!”
“I want to appreciate the management of PriHEMAC for the good job they are doing. Their staffs are doing well and trustworthy. I live very far from home but I don’t have to worry about the welfare of my parents because they are in good hands. The caregivers are loving, respectful and hardworking. They are equally well trained for the job and their supervisory officers always check on them to ensure good job delivery. I highly recommend them to anyone who needs the service of caregivers.”
“My humble contribution to PriHEMAC’s project on promoting Elderly Friendliness has been in serving as a facilitator in the training of caregivers and Elderly Friendly Ambassadors to provide care for the elderly. Nigerians listen more to religious leaders which is why they have been a major stakeholder in the project and this is very important because there has not been any reasonable program for elderly in the past. The government is also working at Building a geriatric center as a way of improving wellbeing of elderly”
“PriHEMAC has aided Molete Baptist Church to become Elderly friendly through her 5 stages criteria for any organization to become elderly-friendly. So we have been able to send people to PriHEMAC to become trained as Caregivers or elderly-friendly ambassadors. These ambassadors have been used to collate data about our elderly and trained caregivers engaged to provide care to the elderly in the comfort of their homes. We have also been providing free breakfast for the elderly and organized ‘Gray hair’ celebration for them in October for three consecutive years (2017, 2018 and 2019).I am fulfilled to be associated with PriHEMAC and encourage every organization to become part of her projects”