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anyanwusandi

NigeriaPORT HARCOURT, Nigeria

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March 8, 2013

ANYANWU SANDRA

About Me: 

I WORK SO THAT NO CHILD ESPECIALLY THE GIRL CHILD SHALL BE ABUSED IN NIGERIA. THEIR PROTECTION IS A COLLECTIVE EFFORT AND I ADVOCATE FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO DO MORE FOR OUR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
I AM A HUMAN RIGHT WORKER, A PSYCHOLOGIST WITH A POST GRADUATE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT. I HAVE WORKED IN POST CONFLICT AREAS IN KENYA AND NIGER DELTA NIGERIA. MY VISION IS TO LOBBY AND INFLUENCE POSITIVE AND RESULT ORIENTED POLICIES TO PROTECT WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT THE GLOBAL LEVEL.

My Passions: 
TO WORK TODAY SO NO CHILD OR WOMAN SHALL BE ABUSED TOMORROW
My Challenges: 
CULTURE AND OUR LEADERS NOT BEING INTERESTED IN THE ISSUES CONCERNING WOMEN AND CHILDREN
My Vision for the Future: 
NO WOMAN OR CHILD SHALL EVER BE ABUSED
My Areas of Expertise: 
PSYCHOTHERAPY, RIGHT MONITORING, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, FUND RAISING AND RESOURCE MOBILISATION

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