PROMAD’s founder, Daisi Omokungbe selected as 2022 GE’DA digital fellow

We are pleased to share the exciting news of the selection of our Founder and Executive Director, Daisi Omokungbe, as a 2022 Cohort 4 GE’DA Digital fellow.

Earlier in March, our executive director had emerged as one of the 10 civic hive fellows, organized by BudgIT—a fellowship which he is currently leveraging to build civic tech solutions for the PROMAD’s Grassroots Advocacy Project (GRAP), aimed at driving Community Needs Assessment (CNA) for participatory budgeting in Nigeria.

The premier African Social Innovators Bootcamp is being organized by the Donor for Africa Foundation and Meta.

Over the next 3 months, Mr Omokungbe will join 80 leading change advocates selected from economic, political, social change, media, and educational leaders drawn from close to 500 applications from Nigeria, Ghana, The Gambia, Sierra Leone, and Liberia for the 2022 Class.

The organizer’s focus is to build technical expertise, cross-cultural bridges, and design solutions targeted at transforming communities across Africa and building the Africa we want.

This digital fellowship program will enhance the growth, impact and sustainability of PROMAD’s programs, projects and campaigns.

We express our sincere appreciation to the Donors for Africa Foundation, Meta and its partners for putting this opportunity together.

This will surely impact our work at PROMAD Foundation.

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