Individual Member: Roselynn Musa
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Roselynn is from Jos, Nigeria and has a passion for and works towards the advancement of women in Africa. Her interest in the NGO sector was inspired by the realization that Africa has been struggling with complex crises that have kept its people, particularly women, poor and its nations weak. Roselynn believes she has a mission to make a difference. She holds Master’s Degrees in International Relations, Diplomacy and Strategic Studies and also in International Law and Diplomacy, and is currently a PhD student at the Kenyatta University School of Humanities in Nairobi, Kenya. Roselynn has expanded her competencies by participating in a number of training programs in and outside of Africa including among others, Human Rights training, Organizational Management training, Gender Planning and Policy training, Strategic Planning, and Project Monitoring and Evaluation. She is an alumni of the African Women’s Leadership Institute (AWLI), Ghana Institute of Public Administration (GIMPA) and Hope Life Centre for Languages in Accra, Ghana. Roselynn is currently the Programme Manager at the African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET).
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