GDF World Civil Society of Nigeria
Nigeria Network of NGO's
Executive Director of Nigeria Network of NGO's, the first generic membership body for civil society organizations in Nigeria that facilitates effective advocacy on issues of poverty and other developmental issues. Set up: 1992 with over 1000 members. The main area of activities is Networking. www.nnngo.org
Recent project/s - local or international: Raised awareness on Unity in Diversity events of UNAOC in Nigeria.
Previous employer UNICEF, http://www.unicef.org/
As the Global Coordinator, UNICEF Rural Voices of Youth. Oyebisi has worked on various developmental and policy issues such as Youth Mentoring, Volunteerism, Poverty, Rural Development, Child Rights, Gender, Education, Civic Engagement, Government policies, Information Communication Technology for Development and the MDGs through the Nigeria Network of NGOs and has also been contributing to the global development space through participation and speaking engagement at various national and global events including advocacy and campaigns which has seen him visiting all continents of the world except the Antarctica.
Rotaract Club of Makurdi Central
Moses Dooyum Tingir - President
Moses is a 27 year old Nigerian who lives in the city of Makurdi, Central Nigeria.
He studied Psychology at the Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria. He went for the mandatory one year national youth service in Kano, North-west Nigeria.
He resides in Makurdi and works for Nature Minds Charity, an NGO that scouts for talented children with the prime aim of helping them realize their full potentials in life. He is deeply involved in community service and he is the President of the Rotaract Club of Makurdi Central; a community-based, humanitarian service organization for young people.
He loves travelling and meeting new people. But mostly, He loves writing articles, and biographies. He also loves helping people in need especially orphans and displaced people.
Mr. Tingir is also involved in research, especially in the areas of addictions, alcohol and drug abuse, as well as peace and conflict resolution.
Unity In Diversity Initiative (UIDI)
Rev. Dr. Benneth Mozie - National Chairman CEO
Goodwash Foundation for Health and Environmental Protection
Anumnu Ikenna - Program Manager
International Sacred College of Bishops and Archbishops
Global Alert For Defence of Youth and the Less Privileged (GADYLP) and United Nations of Youth Network Nigeria (UNOY)
Prince Goodluck Obi is the founder and President of Global Alert for Defence of Youth and the Less Privileged, and the President of a Youth network known as United Nations of Youth Network Nigeria.Through the track record of Prince Obi both NGOs had Observer Status with UNFCCC and Special Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC. Prince Obi through his NGO GADYLP had empowered the Less Privileged, the handicapped, the Orphans, Vulnerable Children, the poorest of the Poor by providing periodic provisions/paying school fees for the Orphans and indigent citizens. He had initiated regular tree planting among the youths as a means of reducing the effect of Climate Change.
He formed UNOY and GADYLP Green Clubs which plant and nurture the trees.He formed and sustained Climate Change Clubs in Primary and Secondary Schools in Lagos, Owerri, etc. The members of this club plant trees periodically and step down the training on the importance of tree as they were taught by Prince Obi and his working team.
Ijeoma Obiajunwa-Ajiamah - CEO
My name is Ijeoma Obiajunwa-Ajiamah,
Fellow – Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI RLC) 2016,
A multi award-winning Social Entrepreneur,
Member, International Exchange Alumni,
Member- IRC Abuja,
Nominee, - UN Women Empower Women Global Champion for Change 2016,
Event facilitator and
Consultant specializing in Social Entrepreneurship.
Ijeoma is the Founder of the Markengee Group (Markengee
Touchinglives International and Markengee Home for
Orphans & Widows.
She is an alumnus of the Enterprise Development Center (EDC), and one of the Top 100 Women entrepreneurs in the maiden edition of Cherie
Blair Foundation’s Road to Growth programme.
We empower women and youths through Capacity
building workshops and trainings. Through our weekly
media rally and annual Community Outreach Programmes
we have touched the lives of thousands of women and
youths who are also passionate be the best that they can be in life.
I can be reached through the following links-about.me/ijeomaobiajunwa-ajiamah
Tweet @Mahowfoundation ,
Markson Ajiamah - Managing Director
Marksenge Nig Ltd
Comfort Yubuin - Barrister and Solicitor at Law
- Fellow, Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators,
- Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) practitioner,
- Gender and child right promoter,
- Social entrepreneur,
- An event (MICE) planner,
- A Chartered Secretary and Administrator,
- A trainer on Negotiation, Peace building and Conflict Resolution,
- A volunteer with organizations including Child Justice Clinic (CJC),
- A Principal State Council in Taraba State Ministry of Justice.
Comfort is a member of some professional bodies which include the:
- Nigerian Bar Association ( NBA),
- International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Nigeria,
- Association of professional negotiators and mediators(APNM),
- Institute of Chartered Mediators and Concilators(ICMC),
- Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN)
She is dedicated to duty and always committed to success in her assignments and can accomplish great tasks without supervision. She has good sense of Emotional Intelligence and relates well with team members.
Comfort Yubuin is the founder of COMFORT HUMAN RIGHT FOUNDATION, an NGO engaged in the promotion and protection of the rights of the indigent, particularly women and children. We offer pro-bono legal and para legal services to indigent citizens and victims of abuses, ADR, advocacy, training and seminars, awareness creation, empowerment through capacity building and practical mentoring.
We reach out to the voiceless and those at the grass roots.
We collaborate with both state and non-state actors who are stakeholders in our area of intervention.
We also advocate for inclusive peace processes and conflict resolutions, for a violence-free, united and harmonious society.