Who We Are

Ja Muje is an evidence based solution driven initiative aimed at the key factors affecting development in Northern Nigeria.

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What We Do

Ja Muje will work on the ground with the most affected states in the region in synergizing efforts to create short term deliverables and long term road maps that will consolidate efforts already in place.

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How We Do it

A lot of our content is website driven. Public access and building a database of community of changers would be vital in giving the forum a reputable status.

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OUR SOLUTION

Skills. Networks. Resources.

 

 

MEET THE ADVISORY BOARD

Ojonwa Deborah Miachi
Member
Ojonwa is a development worker and researcher with over six years of experience working in the development field. She has consulted for the United Nations Millennium Campaign, now known as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Campaign as a National Youth Advocate in Nigeria where she focused on generating awareness and mobilizing young people to participate in the creation and implementation of the SDGs, with special focus on gender equality, quality education, partnerships, inequalities and poverty. She is a Global Youth Ambassador for A World at School and is the Policy/Advocacy Advisor of Connected Development [CODE] – a non government organization whose mission is to improve access to information and empower local communities in Africa.
Hamzat Lawal
Member
Hamzat is an activist that has successfully led grassroots campaigns in over 40 African countries and specializes in the practical issues associated with Climate Change, Open Data and development policies as it affects rural communities. He is the Co-Founder & Chief Executive of Connected Development [CODE]. He is also the Co-Founder of Follow the Money and leads a team of technology driven campaigners to amplify voices of marginalized communities while promoting good governance as it affects utilization of public funds. Hamzat seats on the Executive Board of The largest Youth movement in Africa: The African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) managing communications with over 40,000 young people to share best practices and leading campaigns using technology tools in shaping the Post 2015 Development Agenda.

 

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