Olujide Arije


Olujide Arije graduated from the University of Ibadan with an MBBS degree in 2005. He is a fellow of both West African College of Physicians (Faculty of Community Health) and National Post Graduate Medical College of Physicians (Faculty of Public Health). He also has a postgraduate Diploma in International Health Policy and Evaluation from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and an MBA from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife, Nigeria. Olujide is currently a research fellow at the Institute of Public Health at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He has technical expertise in turn-around management for both qualitative and quantitative survey from planning, collation, analysis and presentation for program monitoring and evaluation (including impact evaluation). He also has managerial expertise in managing project operations and logistics including budgeting and people management. He is a certified professional trainer for the ATLAS.ti software for qualitative data analysis. He is also very competent in the use of MS Excel, SPSS and STATA statistical software with a working knowledge of R. Dr. Arije also has expertise in monitoring and evaluation, bottleneck analysis and grants proposal writing.

Impact on adolescent health of a minimum healthcare package delivered by primary health care workers with strengthened links to primary health care facilities