Andrew Banigo is a Development Practitioner with a B.Sc. in Political and Administrative Studies (University of Port Harcourt) and an LLM in International Commercial Law and Human Rights (Aberystwyth University, Wales).
He is committed to contributing to lasting solutions towards improving socio-economic conditions in Africa and globally.
Andrew has served in various roles and projects within the development space with organizations such as Amnesty International, Red Cross Society Wales, among others and the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community in which he served as Curator us 2020/21 and is presently the Community Lead for the Nigerian Region.
Currently he is an Advocacy Coordinator at the Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND), focusing on peace and economic development in the Niger Delta region. He is also the Project Coordinator of NDLink the foremost digital resource and collaboration platform for development stakeholders in the Niger Delta with a vision to expanding the present impact and capabilities of the platform through innovation and strategic collaborations. Reach out for Partnerships, Sponsorships and enquiries via firstname.lastname@example.org
Peace Peter is a meticulous and exceptional administrative/Program officer, with over 10 years professional working experience in the non-profit sector, excelled at organizing teams and spanning several roles as Documentation Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant, acquiring excellent skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, data entry and analysis, report writing, effective communication, leadership, problem solving and strategic planning.
She currently contributes to the management of the content and Community engagement the NDLink platform
Lateefa Musah is an Engineer, Screenwriter and Development practitioner who is passionate about changing the state of the world starting from her immediate community.
She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Coventry University and a master’s degree in Structural Engineering from the University of Surrey, both in the United Kingdom. Her professional experience includes work in the design and construction sector, filmmaking, data management, new media, to mention a few.
Her articles have been featured on several media platforms including, Gruvcity, Coral Lifestyle Magazine, Startup Week Port Harcourt and NDLink.
She is an advocate for improving education, especially in the public sector as seen in her work with PlayWorkDreams, a social enterprise aimed at telling the African story using indigenous animation. She has also used her platform to teach kids the importance of proper waste management, recycling, and dangers of plastic waste pollution amongst other personal projects she has undertaken. She’s also passionate about advocating Violence against Women and Girls.
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NDLink facilitated a training Staff and benenficiaries of Gender and Development Action (GADA) on Mobile Storytelling and Infographics.
The Port Harcourt Global Shapers Hub collaborated with NDLink to commemorate International Youth Day 2018