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Student profiles 2018

 


 

Mr Ovye Affi

Country / Where did you grow up:
Nasarawa,Nigeria

Academic qualifications:
LLB University of Jos - Nigeria

Experience:
I am a lawyer with three years post call experience on litigation. I currently practice with the law firm of Messrs. Babalakin & Co., a leading commercial law firm in Nigeria. I have conducted numerous trial proceedings for corporate bodies and individuals. I intend to carry out human rights litigation in future. 

Academic fields of interest:
Social Work bothering on reproductive health and LGBT rights

Position prior to the programme:
Associate Legal Practitioner in a law firm (Babalakin & Co.)

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Dr Ibrahim Banaru Abubakar

Country / Where did you grow up:
Bauchi, Nigeria

Academic qualifications:
Master’s of Health Science in Reproductive Health, Pan African University’s Life and Earth Sciences Institute, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Master’s in Health Economics, Bayero University Kano, Nigeria
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria

Experience:
I am a clinician and aspiring family medicine specialist, I have worked and acquired experience in both clinical and public health realms, I serve as Assistant Secretary with the Nigerian Medical Association, Gombe State. I recently completed a Master’s of Health Science in Reproductive Health as an African Union Scholar. With a passion for social justice, I take up voluntary causes through community organisation and civic engagements; I sit on the Youth Advisory Panel of the United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA-Nigeria working on the mandate of the UNFPA to amplify the voices and needs of youths in matters relating to sexual and reproductive health and rights. I have participated in many professional development training courses, earning skills and certifications including; Leadership and Management in Health, University of Washington; Sexual and Reproductive Health Research, Geneva Foundation; Family Planning Services for Clinicians, Fertility Research Institute and Monitoring and Evaluation of Reproductive Health Programs among others.

Academic fields of interest:
Health systems strengthening and innovations in developing countries
Healthcare financing
Human rights based approach to interventions and policies that mitigate disparities related to health
Family Medicine patient centred care

Position prior to the programme:
Prior to joining the Centre for Human Rights, I served as Medical Officer in charge of a Comprehensive Healthcare Centre owned by the Ministry of Health Gombe State, Nigeria

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    Ms Jama Jack

    Country / Where did you grow up:
    Serrekunda, The Gambia

    Academic qualifications:
    BA, Journalism and Communication Studies, Institut Superieur de l'Information et de la Communication, Rabat, Morocco

    Experience:
    I have worked in social justice and human rights movements and groups from an early age, with experience in child rights and women's rights advocacy. My professional background in Communications has seen me work with organisations like Think Young Women, Moremi Initiative for Women's Leadership in Africa, FRIDA - The Young Feminist Fund, among others, leading and supporting the design and implementation of advocacy and public awareness campaigns.

    Academic fields of interest:
    I am interested in the intersection between communication and human rights, with a specific focus on how media can be used as a tool to achieve social justice. In the context of this programme, my interest lies in access to public information vis-a-vis harmful practices like Female Genital Mutilation and Child Marriage, looking at how these practices can be eliminated through public awareness from a rights perspective.

    Position prior to the programme:
    Communication Officer, UNICEF The Gambia


       

      Mr Peter Fongeh

      Country / Where did you grow up:
      Buea, Cameroon

      Academic qualifications:
      BSc Sustainable Development in Community and Public Health, Pan African Institute for Development, Cameroon 
      Diploma in Community Health, Moi University Kenya

      Experience:
      Founder and Executive Director of Vision in Action Cameroon (VIAC), a community based organisation dedicated in empowering adolescents on sexual reproductive health through information and skills training to help make informed choices, a trainer with a Network for Health Right in Cameroon (NEHRIC), a network of youth organization working to provide an independent and effective voice for the protection and promotion of the women and girls rights to access safe and legal abortion, to advocate and influence policy-makers in order to improve health and other social outcomes. Regional promoter for Association Camerounaise pour les Marketing Social (ACMS) as community project supervisor for the universal access to female condom project in the southwest region.

      Academic fields of interest:
      Adolescents health
      Research 
      Community training
      Mobilization and advocacy

      Position prior to the programme:
      Trainer and program coordinator

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        Ms Charlemaine Husselmann

        Country / Where did you grow up:
        Windhoek, Namibia

        Academic qualifications:
        Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Sociology (2012) University of Namibia 
        Master of Arts Gender and Development (2016) University of Namibia

        Experience:
        During my time as a student at the University of Namibia with my BA degree I was an active member with the Action Research Team in advocating for women's equality and empowerment and issues around Gender Based Violence. I did my MA degree full time and in the beginning of 2016 I was able to help establish an NGO called Right for Respect which aim was to raise awareness on GBV among the youth of Namibia. However, since July 2016 I have been a part of Lifeline/Childline Namibia an NGO which core business is counselling and advocacy on children's issues. I have been working there as a helpline counselor but also part of advocacy work around children, GBV and gender issues.

        Academic fields of interest:
        Advancing the sexual and reproductive health rights in Namibia in terms of meeting the needs of women and girls specifically in poor urban and rural areas in accessing sexual and reproductive health care services. As well as advocacy work around issues of GBV, harmful gender stereotyping and the legal system of Namibia to strengthen the laws that are already present in advancing women and girls rights and access to legal services. I strive to be part of policy change and development within my country and beyond its borders as these issues transcend to all African states.

        Position prior to the programme:
        Helpline Counselor

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        Mr Mathoka Khaile

        Country / Where did you grow up:
        Mafeteng, Lesotho

        Academic qualifications:
        MBA General, Management College of Southern Africa
        MA Gender Studies, University of the Free State
        BA Humanities National University of Lesotho

        Experience:
        I worked as a Research Assistant at the Institute of Southern African Studies; afterwards, I taught in high schools for 7 years. 
        I worked for the Ministry of Gender and Youth, Sports and Recreation as a Principal Gender Officer for 8 years.

        Academic fields of interest:
        Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
        Social Policy Management
        Project Management and Qualitative Research Methods.

        Position prior to the programme:
        Gender Based Violence Referral Specialist at JSI Research and Training Institute, AIDSFREE Project, Lesotho

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        Adv Primah Kwagala

        Country / Where did you grow up:
        Uganda

        Academic qualifications:
        LLB (Makerere University Kampala) & BA Ethics and Human Rights(Makerere University Kampala)

        Experience:
        I have 8 years of professional experience working in the health and human rights field in Uganda and the East African region. I have led CEHURD’s advocacy program to advocate for legal reform in laws and policies on health in Uganda and the East African region during the years of 2012 - 2014. From 2015 - to date I have been coordinating legal teams to use legal tools to challenge Uganda’s archaic legal systems to promote sexual reproductive health and rights of Ugandan women. In 2012 I was chosen by the Institute for the study of human rights at Columbia University to be a human rights advocacy fellow, & in 2018 I was nominated & chosen to be a 2018 New Voice Fellow by the Aspen Institute in the United States of America. I use the platform to advocate for safe laws and policies on reproductive health and rights for all women in Africa.

        Academic fields of interest:
        Health and Human Rights

        Position prior to the programme:
        Program Manager, Strategic Litigation at the Center for Health, Human Rights & Development (CEHURD)

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          Ms Kutlwano Magashula

          Country / Where did you grow up:
          Gaborone, Botswana 

          Academic qualifications:
          LLB, University of Swaziland

          Experience:
          Admitted and enrolled as an attorney of the Courts of Botswana
          Associate Attorney under the name and style of Sadique Kebonang Attorneys 
          Prosecutions Counsel; Directorate of Public Prosecutions (Botswana)
          Southern Africa Programs Coordinator; Coalition of African Lesbians (CAL)
          Legal Researcher (Sexual Rights); Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa (ISLA)

          Academic fields of interest:
          Human rights, Sexuality, Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Women's rights, Disability rights

          Position prior to the programme:
          Legal Researcher under the Sexual Rights Programme of the Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa (ISLA)

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            Ms Sheilla Malola

            Country / Where did you grow up:
            Lilongwe, Malawi

            Academic qualifications:
            Bachelor of Laws (Hons) Degree, Chancellor College, University of Malawi. 

            Experience:
            I completed a research topic on the protection of women with mental and intellectual disabilities against sexual violence in Malawi. 
            I currently work for the Legal Aid Bureau where we handle some matters pertaining to gender-based issues, among other things. 

            Academic fields of interest:
            Human Rights
            Strategic Litigation 
            Gender Based Violence and Issues of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights.

            Position prior to the programme:
            I am currently a lawyer working for the Legal Aid Bureau in Malawi

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            Mr Christian Tshimbalanga Mwata

            Country / Where did you grow up:
            Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo

            Academic qualifications:
            'Licence en droit', University of Kinshasa, DRC 
            Certificate of Advanced Studies in Human Rights, University of Geneva, Switzerland

            Experience:
            “I have a wealth of sixteen years of legal experience working on domestic laws in the DRC from 2000 to 2004, then on the international criminal law in 2004 and 2005(International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda) then for the last twelve years working between the intersection of health, HIV and law in the context of human rights on the African continent. I have been giving technical support to countries such as Burkina Faso, Gabon, Chad, DR Congo, Madagascar, Sierra Leone, Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire mainly to conduct national-level legal, policy and regulatory assessments to inform law, policy and regulatory reforms. From May 2014 to September 2016, I was a member of the Human Rights Reference Group of the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria. From 2006 to 2016, I had worked with Human Rights Development Initiative (HRDI), a Pretoria, South Africa based NGO, where I served as the head of the Community Outreach Program and Partnerships.  Here I had the opportunity to build partnerships with university based law clinics and civil society organizations with a focus on access to justice for the most vulnerable people for several years in countries like Zambia, Namibia, Lesotho, Malawi, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda among others”

            Academic fields of interest:
            Human rights and health

            Position prior to the programme:
            International human rights Consultant, UNDP

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            Ms Pachalo Mwenelupembe

            Country / Where did you grow up:
            Lilongwe, Malawi

            Academic qualifications:
            LLB University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Malawi

            Experience:
            Participated in the 23rd African Human Rights Moot Court Competition and the 2nd Disability Rights Moot Competition. (2014)
            Worked as a local associate for Aids, Strategy, Advocacy and Policy (ASAP) (2014 - 2015)
            Worked on an africa youth alliance project by Ipas as team leader for Malawi team. (2017-2018)
            Attorney at Nicholls and Brookes, (2017- Present)

            Academic fields of interest:
            I have great interest in human rights, especially womens reproductive rights. I aspire to grow into the fields of research and advocacy in the area mentioned above. 
            I also have interest in the relationship between corruption and human rights in Africa. This inspired my undergraduate dissertation and I hope to explore further and work in efforts directed towards ending corruption in africa, from a human rights perspective.

            Position prior to the programme:
            Attorney, Nicholls and Brookes

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            Ms Sibusiswe Ndela

            Country / Where did you grow up:
            Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

            Academic qualifications:
            LLB (University of Cape Town) South Africa

            Experience:
            I worked as a candidate attorney at a corporate law firm in Cape Town before being admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa

            Academic fields of interest:
            Sexual rights of adoloscents | Afrikan Feminisms | Human rights litigation | Jurisprudence | Constitutional law | Alternative Dispute Resolution | International Human Rights Law

            Position prior to the programme:
            Candidate attorney

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              Ms Naitore Mathenge

              Country / Where did you grow up:
              Kenya

              Academic qualifications:
              BA PolSci and Public AdministrationUniversity of Nairobi
              LLB University of South Africa
              Masters in International Relations and Diplomacy from United States International University- Africa

              Experience:
              An Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with eight years’ experience on protection of the rights of women and girls, promotion of the rights of victims of sexual violence and transitional justice. Experience in lobbying and advocacy for adoption and enforcement of laws both at the national and regional level. Been involved in Public Interest Litigation Cases such as the Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Case for the victims of Post-Election Violence in Kenya. Passionate on eradication of all forms of violence against women and girls. I have consulted widely on various human rights issues with a bias on addressing Sexual and Gender Based violence and reparations for victims of SGBV.

              Academic fields of interest:
              Strategic Impact Litigation, Transitional Justice, Reparations for victims of Sexual and Gender Based Violence

              Position prior to the programme:
              Currently works at Equality Now in the End Sexual Violence/Justice for Girls Program

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              Ms Maryanne Obiagbaoso

              Country / Where did you grow up:
              Lagos, Nigeria 

              Academic qualifications:
              LLB, Anambra State University, Anambra State, Nigeria (2013)
              BL, Nigerian Law School, Lagos State, Nigeria (2014)

              Experience:
              Legal Officer at Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre, Lagos State, Nigeria, 2015-2016
              Legal and Program Officer at Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre, Lagos State, Nigeria, 2016 to date

              Academic fields of interest:
              Reproductive health rights of women
              Domestic violence
              Economic, social and cultural rights of women

              Position prior to the programme:
              Legal/Program Officer at Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC)

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              Ms Ibukunoluwa Sode

              Country / Where did you grow up:
              Lagos, Nigeria 

              Academic qualifications:
              MA International Development: Development Management, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

              Experience:
              Prior work experience at UN Women, the Pan-African Centre for the Study and Support of Family, Lifeline Manchester  

              Academic fields of interest:
              Women's Rights, Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights, Disability Rights of Women

              Position prior to the programme:
              Programme Officer, Centre for Human Rights

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                Mr Jude Thaddues Njikem

                Country / Where did you grow up:
                Buea, Cameroon

                Academic qualifications:
                Bachelor of Education, Saint Monica University, Cameroon

                Experience:
                Initiator and project manager of Cameroon Human Rights Fellowship. Youth worker and advocate for girls and women’s right with over seven years’
                experience on gender activism, policy advocacy/engagement. 7 years experience working on gender equality, youth and human rights

                Academic fields of interest:
                Human Rights
                International human rights frameworks and lived experiences of women and girls
                Adolescent Health & Rights, Gender, Policy & Advocacy.

                Position prior to the programme:
                Executive Director, Community Centre for Integrated Development

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