Udodi Stanley Onwuamah
Stanley is a women and girl’s rights advocate, and has spent years working to advance their sexual and reproductive rights. He openly advocates family planning and stands against forced and early marriage.
He currently serves as the Technical Assistant with YNCSD where he helps the development of official documents and position statements.
Stanley considers himself an active gamer, and in his spare time, likes to collate interesting pictures and play football.
Victoria Abutu is a Public Health professional that is specialised in Population and Reproductive health promotion and education. She is passionate about helping marginalized population and key population attain full autonomy on their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
She has special interest in program / project management aspect of the development sector.
She has previously worked and volunteered with several non-profits
like APIN public health initiative, Global women’s Health, Education and rights Initiative (GWHERI) and Women at Risk international Foundation (WARIF).
She is an advocate for family planning, birth control and Women rights
She hopes to one day lead programmes that will create lasting changes in the lives of women and marginalized populations.
She is an avid reader and dabbles in writing fictions and poetry. She also loves classical music and movies.
Helen Adaji is a communications expert and a feminist with several years experience in creative writing. Most of her work is fictional and centred around women’s right and empowerment. With a little over 2 years experience in the development space, she has acquired skills in communication and undergone trainings in advocacy working on projects that look to provide sexual and reproductive health rights and access to young people especially women and girls and also see to the abandonment of harmful traditional practices.
She loves designing and tries her hand on graphics and fashion in her leisure time. She hopes to incorporate her passion for creative writing with advertising and marketing to empower women. Her long term goal is to see women all over the world winning!
Grace Iho is the Programme Support Assistant with over 6 years in the development space. She has developed skills in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Gender-Based Violence prevention and management especially for adolescents and young people. She’s a young person who is passionate towards developing strategies that make the world a better place for you and I.
“Do the little things in a big way”
She has gained certification in advocacy, budget tracking and analysis, mental health studies, sexual & reproductive health and rights 101, HIV/AIDS, sexual and gender-based violence etc.
Fun fact: She loves babysitting, it helps her relax and seize my moment.
Chris Ogbu is a monitoring, evaluation, research and learning expert, passionate about the design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects aimed at addressing norms and culture that continue to deny women agency over their bodies.
He is particularly interested in advancing the participation of women and youth in democracy, governance, Peacebuilding and achieving positive health outcomes.