FIDA Nigeria Appoints Mr. Fikih Obaro, As Program Manager
The International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Nigeria has appointed Mr. Fikih Obaro as its National Programme Manager. He will assume duty on the 14th of February and will come into the role with over a decade of experience across the Development and Corporate sectors.
“Prior to FIDA Nigeria, Mr. Fikih Obaro worked with CLEEN Foundation where he spearheaded several projects with quantifiable results. He was the Project Coordinator & Lead, Anti-Human Trafficking on Monitoring the implementation of the tripartite Agreement Between the United States of America, Baliwick of Jersey, and the Federal Government of Nigeria on the Disposition & Repatriation of $311million dollars currently utilized at three infrastructural locations in Nigeria. He managed the UNWomen supported project titled “Prevention of Human Trafficking and Forced Migration on Women & Girls in Lagos & Edo States of Nigeria”
“He led the campaign for the implementation of a missing persons register in Nigeria under a transnational Justice Project supported by the University of Los Angeles, United States of America, America Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) & the University of Toronto, Canada where he served as a Research Assistant amongst other interventions.
As Program Manager, He will energetically & resourcefully lead our interventions in line with the mission, vision and strategic goals of our organization
FIDA Nigeria was established in 1964 with its main objectives are to establish friendly international relations on a basis of equality and mutual respect for all peoples, preserve the rights and welfare of women and children, realizing that the happiness of the home and the strength of the society is dependent on their wellbeing and proffer advice to Government in all cases of disregard relating to women and children.
God Bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria
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