Logistics for emergencies in Nigeria – Meet Ebuka Arinze Momah, WHO Senior Fleet Assistant

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Logistics for emergencies in Nigeria – Meet Ebuka Arinze Momah, WHO Senior Fleet Assistant” – below is their description.

The ‘Who’s WHO’ video campaign tells the stories of WHO colleagues and the work they do to promote health, keep the world safe and serve the vulnerable. Reaching all three-levels of the Organization on a personal level, these videos also give insight into who is WHO – through sharing personal, fun and interesting facts about the person behind the staff member. This video shares the story of Ebuka Arinze Momah, Senior Fleet Assistant, WHO Nigeria.

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