Mr. Ngunjuah Franklen is a Senior Nursing Administrator with a passion to make an impact in Health Promotion/Prevention, Quality Health Management, and Humanitarian Service Delivery. He holds a Bachelor in Nursing Science from the University of Buea and a Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management for Health Professionals from the Hochschule Neu-Ulm (HNU) University Germany. He has acquired extensive experience locally, nationally and internationally over the last twelve years as a professional in the public sector and volunteer in the civil society.
Professionally, he is the Assistant General Supervisor of the Regional Hospital Bamenda where he is in charge of supervising close to 500 staff who are involved daily in promotional, preventive and curative health activities. He is also the Performance Based Financing (PBF) Focal Person in the same institution where he constantly monitors and coaches staff on quality health management issues. This is thanks to his elaborate experience in the South-South-North collaboration involving Cameroon-Tanzania and Germany supervised by the GIZ.
With the civil society, he is the Health Coordinator of the Movement for Democracy Development and Transparency (MDDT) where he coordinates the Health component of their outreach activities. He is also a co-founder of SHESA93 FOUNDATION which focuses on humanitarian assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable groups. In constant pursuit of knowledge for enhanced leadership development and impact driven action in humanitarian service delivery in conflict settings, he currently enrolled in the Peace Organisation Training Institute of the UN. As a resident in the crisis affected regions of Cameroon, he seeks to capitalize on acquired expertise from this multidisciplinary training in order to enhance his leadership capacity in humanitarian service delivery in times of conflict and in post conflict reconstruction.