Juba College of Nursing and Midwifery, South Sudan
Ferdinand Nsengimana, RNA, MPH
Head of Midwifery Department and Tutor, Juba College of Nursing and Midwifery, South Sudan
Mr. Nsengimana is currently registered for a PhD in Public Health at Walden University. He holds a Master of Public Health, Bachelor of Nursing Science in Health Service Management and Community Health, and Diploma in Comprehensive Nursing and Midwifery from University of Namibia. He has a combined work experience of over 20 years in patient care, ward management, and teaching. During his service at the St. Mary’s Hospital, Rehoboth, Namibia, Mr. Nsengimana was awarded for Nursing Leadership at the 2009 Namibia Nurses Conference. He has been a tutor of HIV/AIDS Management for distance students at the Institute for Open Learning, Namibia. He also lectured at both the University of Namibia and the Polytechnic of Namibia before taking up the IUNV position in Juba. His main area of interest is Reproductive Health. He authored a thesis titled: ‘The perception of teenagers regarding teenage pregnancy in the Rehoboth district’.