Siaka Momoh is an engineer and an ICT professional with over 12 years experience in System Administration, Software Development, Database Management, Monitoring and Evaluation and Teaching/Training. He has over three years work experience in the educational sector where he served as a classroom teacher, school Disciplinary Master and a System Administrator. He also has worked extensively in the public health sector mainly on projects funded by USAID and has collaborated extensively with Government of Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development (FMWASD) and the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) in planning and designing data collection tools for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC). Siaka served as IT Programming Officer at FHI360 and under this portfolio he developed the National Orphans and Vulnerable Children Management Information System (NOMIS). This is the national software used for managing the records of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in Nigeria. He also served as Senior Technical Officer (Health Informatics) and Senior Database/GIS Officer where he used DHIS2 to manage HIV/AIDS and TB data for FHI360. He is currently employed as Application Analyst III with FHI360 Information Solution and Services (ISS) where he manages FHI360 Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) and also provides Health Informatics and Database management support to other FHI360 country projects.