Development Ambassadors: Wadi Ben-Hirki | Diplomacy Opportunities

Our Development Ambassador for this week is Wadi Ben-Hirki founder of Wadi Ben-Hirki Foundation, a registered non-governmental organization that helps the less-
privileged, victimized and disabled in Nigeria. She is also the CEO of Sapphire by WBHF, a social enterprise which raises funds for Wadi Ben-Hirki Foundation through the sale of merchandise.

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Wadi Ben-Hirki, is a 20 year old Nigerian and her foundation helps the less-privileged, disabled and victimized children in our society through three campaigns: #Street2School, #GirlsNotWives and #LITMOW (Love In The Midst Of War).

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In her words, “Street2School is an initiative which we use to take as many children as we can off the streets and back to school and educate them both formally/informally or formally and informally (skills-acquisition), GirlsNotWives was initiated to fight against child-trafficking, rape, female genital mutilation and girl-child marriage and to support gender equality and girl-child education and lastly, LITMOW is targeted towards helping the war-victimized children in the society.”

 

To more about Wadi Ben-Hirki and her works, visit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYHmO3z-GSs

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