Amina J. Ibrahim

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Amina J. Ibrahim "is the National Coordinator for Education for All (EFA) at the Federal Ministry of Education in Nigeria. In this capacity Ms. Ibrahim coordinates the development of a fully participatory National Action Plan, which includes cross-cutting areas such as HIV/AIDS and macroeconomic strategies as proposed in the World Bank Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSP). A particular focus of her work lies on the development of strategies to empower community participation at government level. Previously, Ms. Ibrahim was a founding member and moderator of the facilitating committee at the Civil Society Action Coalition on EFA (CSACEFA), a national coalition of 124 Civil Society organizations working on education in Nigeria. At CSACEFA she was responsible for capacity building of member organization and engagement with the government, international development partners, and the private sector. Ms. Ibrahim participated in the setting up of Ancefa, the regional representation of civil society organizations in Africa. Prior to that Ms. Ibrahim was founding partner and executive director of the Afri-Projects Consortium, an engineering firm providing multi-disciplinary consultancy services that cover all phases of development programmes in key sectors, such as education, agriculture, water, and health." [1]

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  1. Amina J. Ibrahim, UN Millennium Project, accessed December 9, 2007.
  2. Program Advisory Panels Announced by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, accessed December 9, 2007.