Ibim Banigo Fapohunda – Former Director, Save The Woman
Ibim is an international Engineering Management professional driven by her passion to contribute to the betterment of lives around her and empower people to build a sustainable future for themselves – through health, education, public administration, infrastructure, trade and such like development initiatives.
From her institutional appointment in 2007 as International Students Officer at the University of Birmingham to her Sub-Saharan Business Development corporate assignment from 2012 to 2017, Ibim has actively participated in social development initiatives in the UK and across several second and third world territories.
Ibim describes some of her most memorable life experiences from 2008 to date as the opportunity to be part of overseas missions teams in Eastern Africa and Eastern Europe – building homes for families, teaching school children, working in household farms and living with local families during these missions were remarkable experiences that resonates greatly with Ibim’s passion to impact lives.
Ibim held the position of Chair and Member of Save the Woman’s Board of Trustees from 2017 to 2019.
Currently, alongside her role since 2010 as a UK Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ‘STEM’ Ambassador – actively educating children and young people of the vital roles STEM play in our world; Ibim holds the position of Non-Exec Director of This Is Us ‘TIU’ UK – a UK non-profit organization aimed at collaborating with communities to practically address health and social issues affecting young people, thus enabling the realization of their full potential as future world changers.
All roads lead to Middllebrough in less than a fortnight as we organize THE AFRICA4U IN COLLABORATION WITH SAVE THE WOMAN AWARDS
This Award initiative is part of THE AMAZING COMMONWEALTH FOR AFRICA 2020 TAKING PLACE IN MIDDLESBROUGH – A TWO DAY EVENT INITIATIVE YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT CAN BE FOUND BELOW
ABOUT THE EVENT
This year’s 2020 event is a two (2) day interactive&empowering event as a retreat to explore African Community Prospects in 2020 & Beyond.
About this Event
Theme: African Community Prospects in 2020 and Beyond
Happy prosperous new year to you. As you recall our Big Shout out went to Luke Pottage – Graduate Intern @ Student Recruitment & Marketing, Teesside University for a well-planned and successful Commonwealth for Africa 2019 event held on Friday 15 March 2019.
Here is the link to last year event https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2fcqXLDRDs&t=260s
Here we come again, as we are aspiring to keep it fun, more exciting, engaging and inclusive.
If you require assistance for an affordable hotel reservation please contact Number : 07404817935
This year’s event is a two day interactive and empowering event as a retreat for stakeholders and all parties concerned with the journey of rebuilding homes and support of African families within the UK. Our guests will be travelling from Ireland, Scotland, Bradford, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Newcastle and Oxford. Would you like to partner or sponsor, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further discussion on possible partnership and sponsorship.
Day 1: Friday 6 March 2020
11am – Strategic Meeting with Sue Butcher – Director, Children in Care, Middlesbrough Council
Venue: Meeting Room 1, Student Union Building, Teesside University, TS1 3BA
6pm – Commonwealth Praise Night Unlimited
Venue: RCCG OUR SAVIOURS PARISH, 110-112 Norton Rd, Stockton-on-Tees TS20 2AQ . For directions please contact 07957730151
Guest Minister : Dr Sola Adesola
Day 2 : Saturday 7 March 2020
11.00am – 16.00
Venue : Middlesbrough Citadel Salvation Army, Southfield Road, Middlesbrough TS1 3BZ
Keynote Speaker : Councillor Favour Ezeifedi
Award Presentation, Child Protection Workshop, Showcase of Business, Networking and Signpost on Jobs/ Business Opportunities.
For general enquiries, please call:
FOR MORE INFO ABOUT COMONWEALTH FOR AFRICA 2020 , CONTACT Comr Olalekan Odedeyi