Faith Eromon is a trained Pharmacist and Public Health professional who has over 5 years of experience in Public Health, Clinical, and Community Pharmacy. She possesses a B. Pharm and PharmD degrees in Pharmacy from the prestigious University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. She obtained a certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation in Global Health from the University of Washington, United States of America, and a Project Management certification from Philanthropy University. Faith Eromon is a Fellow of the West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists, specializing as a Public Health Pharmacy consultant. Faith Eromon is currently the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer of the PSN Foundation on both the IntegratE and E-PharmacyforFamilyPlanning (EP4FP) projects where she performs all the M & E-related activities.
She worked as the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer on the Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health @Scale (PAS) and Total Market Approach (TMA) to condom and Lubricant Programming USAID-funded projects, where she developed, strengthened, monitored, inspected, analyzed, and evaluated project activities. She has successfully achieved project goals together with her team members of creating an enabling environment for the provision of Family Planning services and HIV Self-Testing services by the Community Pharmacists and the Patent and Proprietary Medicine Vendors on the PAS and TMA project. She was opportune to work as a focal person for the Global Fund Malaria/SFH project and participated in Monitoring and Supportive Supervision to Community Pharmacies and Patent and Proprietary Medicine Vendors in Ekiti State in collaboration with the National Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) team in 2018.
She has basic experience in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, an experience she acquired during her residency training at the Logistic Management Coordinating Unit of the Ekiti State Ministry of Health. She was one of the pharmacists selected on merit to be a member of the Federal Medical team of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission to Israel in 2016 who provided pharmaceutical care and was ably recognized for excellent and outstanding service by the Plateau State pilgrims. She has received several trainings in diverse areas of public health such as HIV training by APIN, Malaria RDT testing by SFH, Pharmaceutical Research writing by WAPCP, Communicating Impact by WACSI, and Immunization training for Pharmacists by WHO/WAPCP. These trainings have further increased her public health knowledge and built her capacity to function effectively in development. She does basic graphics design, conducts research, and humanitarian outreaches. She is an achiever, a pacesetter, and a goal-getter who believes in diligence and dedication to her work.