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.