Simon Patricia Eleojo

A health worker an OVC focal person and a sexual rights advocate, she works for the Round care development initiative, a community-based organization .very determined and protecting the sexual health and right of vulnerable populations in the country through structural behavioral and biological interventions.

She has also been privileged to co­-ordinate programs that involve gender base violence adolescent sexual reproduction and health rights.

Patricia is very punctual and wants to do her work at the right time .she is eager to learn and cool under pressure.

Donald Eke is an Alpha Creative, goal-getter, intelligent, and skillful with listening, negotiation, counseling, communication, and international relations skills.  He is a humanitarian and human rights advocate, with seven years of working in the key population sector at the managerial level, with several awards for his commitment to implementing community and youth engagement activities, focusing on Key and Vulnerable populations, to further promote sustainable public health, Inclusion, and development.

Adio Anuoluwapo is a committed, caring, and friendly Program manager under Royal Women Health and Rights Initiative with a great passion for helping people of all ages.

I have previous experience in supporting a variety of clients ranging from children of Sex workers who are tested positive for HIV to Sex workers who are mothers by providing them with information on Risk reduction, behavioral change, Income generating activities, and gender-based Violence. I have excellent oral and written communication skills and am very fluent in the English language which is also backed up with good knowledge of HIV testing services, adherence counseling, monitoring and evaluation, implementation and organizational skills, and Research and public health statistic.

Ogunbiyi Bisola a native of Epe local government and an indigene of Lagos state. I attended Lagos state polytechnic where I obtain a national diploma in computer science in 2018.

I have been in social development work since 2014 till date I have worked with two major organizations (Nigeria Youth Aids program & Human and Health Rights initiative) and also participate with different individuals and organizations. Both indigenous and international donors.

I have vast knowledge in working with key target populations (kps) because I have worked with both KP-led and KP-friendly organizations (PWIDs, FSWs, MSMs) where I have attached several hotspots in Lagos. I am conversant and have maintained sustainable rapport with several bunks owners in different hotspots through advocacy, sensitization, and sustainability visits

OMOPARIOLA FOLUSO ADEBOLA is a young, energetic, ambitious, intelligent, vibrant, and disciplined lady, she is passionate about the humanitarian work she is doing, and she is an indigene of Ondo state, Ikale town of Okitipupa local government. She is the only child of her parents, an OND holder in Business Administration, and a Christian, Her favorite foods are pounded yam with egusi soup and any kind of cooked Rice.

She has worked as a community facilitator with Society for family health (SFH) and currently working with Heartland Alliance Nigeria Limited by Guarantee as a counselor tester, she is a team player, always ready and willing to learn at any given opportunity. Foluso easily adapts to any circumstances or challenges that come her way, she possesses good communication/listening skills, and she is a down-to-earth person that loves to cook, meet people, sing, dance, eat, crack jokes, and watch wrestling. She hates bad energy and pretense.

Alvin Gabriel Onyebuchi  Igwegbe is a young, vibrant, and intelligent guy who is an indigene of the Imo state, he is the third born in a family of six, a Christian and he loves singing, meeting new people, and traveling. He is a purpose-driven individual who believes consistency is an indispensable key to success.

He is a self-motivated and result-oriented young HIV prevention activist, with significant knowledge and experience field. He is equipped with the ability to perform exceptionally in challenging environments and meet a given set task. He holds an OND in marketing from the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu state. His passion as a community social worker is to positively impact the lives of marginalized and vulnerable ones. he works with the happiest one’s Initiatives- a community-based organization whose primary goal is to ensure the medical, psychological, and economic wellness of Individuals belonging to the MSM community.

Ayomide Love Phranks Is a Lagosian from Eti-Osa local government, born Sept 30, 1993.

A Christian, a passionate photographer, a vibrant volunteer against child sexual abuse with CLIPEG SOLUTIONS, and passionate about justice, particularly in eliminating all forms of injustice against the girl child.

He holds a certificate in basic film and television presentation from Derwin films academy, Lagos State. He believes consistency and dedication is the key to success. A programs coordinator for CLIPEG SOLUTIONS Lagos state.  He loves meeting and making new friends, he hates backbiting, and gossip and is an ambivert always open to learning, loves football, and also loves watching wrestling.




Adeboye Babatunde Olamilekan is a self-motivated, confident, and dedicated individual with quality performance in all work undertaken. A trained Science Laboratory Technologist and Microbiologist with proven problem-solving skills. As an enthusiastic, data security-conscious, and attentive person, my skills in team and operational leadership have been finely honed, and I am confident my additional strengths will readily translate to your environment. I am currently a volunteer with Aids Prevention Initiatives in Nigeria (APIN), as a Data Entry Assistant. I have general computer knowledge, which includes the ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook proficiently.

Jones is a Public Health and data enthusiast focused on Sexual, Reproductive Health, and Rights (SRHR) advocacy for sexual and gender minorities in Nigeria. With a degree in Mathematics, Jones is pursuing a master’s in Statistics to enhance their work in HIV epidemiology modeling. As a Quality Improvement Officer for a CBO, Jones leads the CQI team to ensure service performance meets donors’ guidelines, coordinating performance indicator reviews. Jones volunteers as a Savvy and YALI mentor, raising social and leadership awareness for different groups. Their goal is to develop strategies and networks to change dehumanizing narratives and prioritize what matters.

 Onyemaechi Esther Chinyere is a student of Abia State University Uturu, studying Nursing science. I volunteer for the community Health promotion and sustenance initiative (COMHPSI). As a volunteer, I have supported community-based sexual reproductive health research for women.

As a budding advocate, I am passionate about improving the sexual health and well-being of adolescents and young women. The Lennib Champion Mentorship program will afford me an opportunity to learn new innovations to eliminate HIV and AIDS and promote sexual reproductive health and right among adolescents and young people. I believe this program will provide the opportunity to build my knowledge and develop my skills.


Adeshina Ohluwatosin is a year 2 Biochemistry student at Federal University, Lokoja, she’s someone who had so much passion for creating changes and narratives of Female child abuse with her zeal to create change she started are Woman’s rights advocacy career when she entered into university which makes her to part of the founder member of The Health Circle.

A weekly health talk is organized within her campus in other to reach female students in her campus so they can be sensitized about the right and also some other sexual reproduction Health and rights challenges. Also, she’s an entrepreneur in the field of makeup and gele tying with this skill she had trained over 15 adolescent girls and young women on how to makeup and tie gele to serve as a source of income for them and their households. In other to reduce the number of unemployed girls and women in the community.


Isaiah Olushola Adewale has a National Diploma in Mass Communication in view. Due to my passion to see to the sensitization of the KP community, He took up the job of a social health worker and has been doing for more than 3 years. He has gained experience in HIV testing and counseling and also peer education.

His goal is to see to the growth and development of the KP community because they are vulnerable and at risk of viruses and diseases. Empowering them will give them another chance of becoming responsible in society.