ABOUT THE MILLENNIUM FELLOWSHIP - CLASS OF 2021
UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT HENRY OBIORA OMEJE, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW AND CAMPUS DIRECTOR FOR THE CLASS OF 2021.
University of Nigeria | Nsukka, Nigeria | Advancing SDG 3 & UNAI 2
" Here, I believe that surrounded by peers of like minds(ie the need to create powerful social impact and help advance the UN sustainable developmental goals) and great mentors who are experts in their given areas of practice, I'd definitely learn new and advanced ways of tackling the huddles that comes with my project. This is another opportunity given to create a strong social impact. "
Millennium Fellowship Project: Antimicrobial Resistance initiative (AMRi)
Antimicrobial Resistance initiative is a project targeted at enlightening the public about the dangers and deleterious effect of misusing antibiotics. Here, we believe that antimicrobial resistance which has continued to be a terror to the entire global community could be curbed or at least be brought to a minimum if people actually have a good knowledge of it's dangers and implications. Our main aim doesn't stop with creating awareness on the misuse of antibiotics, it goes further to creating strong antimicrobial stewards.
About the Millennium Fellow
The young and promising fellow whose names are: Henry Obiora Omeje, is a pharmacy student in the university of Nigeria, Nsukka Campus. He has a strong passion for public health and who wouldn't miss any slightest opportunity to advance the need for more hands in sustaining humanity's well-being through public health. His biggest philosophy is working and sharing ideas with people. One could say that he loves and functions better with people. Exchange of ideas and information is one thing he believes gets work done effectively and more appropriately. What drives him most remains the need to create a positive impact and desires his life to be exemplary.