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Toochi Enyioha

Toochi Enyioha

Business Development Coordinator

Coffey International Development

Business Development Coordinator at Coffey International Development





Coffey International Development

Business Development Coordinator

Coffey International Development is implementing a DFID funded project, Growth and Employment in States: Construction and Real Estate Sector (GEM2) in Nigeria. GEMS2 promotes the growth of the construction and real estate sector in order to increase incomes and employment opportunities of those working within the sector using the Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) approach. The project is currently being implemented in 4 states: Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Kaduna.

• Responsible for identifying, conceptualizing, planning and implementing advocacy, input supplies and skills development interventions in Abuja with supervision from the Intervention Manager (North) using Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) principles.

• Support the Intervention Manager in facilitating a multi-stakeholder partnership to design and deliver social affordable housing schemes in the Nigeria (pilot in the FCT), which will address the housing challenges of low-income groups in the country.

• Function as the Abuja based Gender Coordinator within the project and responsible for Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) projects in the area. Currently facilitating the formation and development of the first ever women in construction association in Abuja.

Career medium 06
Career medium 03

Coffey International Development

Research Assistant DFID-GEMS2: Construction and Real Estate

• Undertake field and internet based research relevant to GEMS2, the construction and real estate sector and the wider economic context
• Assist in designing and implementing interventions at different stages in the project cycle using Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) principles
• Promote Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) principles in the construction and real estate sector through designed interventions.
• Manage the daily administration of the Abuja project office including the supervision of 2 support staff


Diamond Bank Plc

Customer Service Officer (NYSC)

• Assisted 20-25 customers daily to meet their banking requirements by advising them on appropriate banking products to suite their concerns.
• Performed queries in multiple databases for cheque book, debit/credit cards and other customer services requests
• Acted as the banks face to customers and consistently sought to delight customers by demonstrating the bank’s values

Career medium 04
Career medium 03

Rural Women Foundation

Program Monitoring Officer (Intern)

• Supported the team in developing implementation reports detailing the progress and social effects of the AIDS Impact Mitigation (AIM) of USAID to the company’s major benefactor WINROCK International.
• Assisted in monitoring the progress of the 1000-1500 recipients of the grant at project centers at Ukpo and Onitsha, Anambra.
• Developed new project implementation strategies to meet the needs of the grant recipients based on face-to-face interviews.


AUN Writing Center

Peer Tutor

• Acted as tutor for 4—6 students daily to provide feedback to questions on writing academic papers.
• Provided general assistance to determine thesis statement, brainstorm ideas and improve writing style, grammar and punctuation.
• Conducted 30 minute seminars for 15- 20 students monthly during the semester regarding the usefulness of writing center

Career medium 04

University of Warwick

Master of Science, Economics

American University of Nigeria (AUN)

Bachelor of Arts, Economics

Loyola Jesuit College

WASSCE, Sciences