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Our Advisory Board

About

The AHBN advisory board is there to provide strategic guidance and advice on policies and programmes AHBN is running. AHBN Activities are overseen by the members of the advisory board who give non-binding advice over the strategic direction AHBN is taking.

The Advisory Board meets twice a year. It contains members from various different sectors and seniority levels in order to ensure the voices of African CSOs are recognised. The Advisory Board is chaired by Angeline Mutunga the Global Director of Policy and Advocacy in Jhpiego and Honorable Muhammad Usman, a former Nigerian Parliamentarian will serve Co-chair of the board.

HONORABLE MUHAMMAD USMAN

Muhammad Usman represented the good and diligent people of Makarfi/Kudan Federal Constituency of Kaduna State of Nigeria at the Federal House of Representatives from 2015- 2019.

Ngoueko Marie Solange

Harouna Ouedraogo

Association SOS/Jeunesse et Défis

HALIMA LILA

Global Health and Women’s Rights Advocate. Passionate about working with young girls and women in making positive changes in communities. She has worked as an advocate and activist at the intersection of meaningful youth participation engagement.

JOYCE LAYKAH KILIKPO - RN, BSN, MPH

Joyce is an advocate for access to health for all with over 13 years of experience in the public health sector both at national and international levels;

PITAN OYEYEMI TEMILADE

Pitan Oyeyemi Temilade has an educational background in economic development. She is the Youth Focal Point for CSO Coordinating Group on the Global Financing Facility (GFF).

Dr Musa Muhammad Bello

Is a senior lecturer and honorary consultant, Public Health Physician with Bayero University and Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, Kano, Nigeria.