Saratu Indagawa Fali is a result driven development worker with over 6 years’ experience in community development, providing educational, nutritional and psychosocial services to vulnerable groups such as Internally Displaced Persons, Orphans and Vulnerable Children. She is innovative and has been involved in project formulation, implementation and management.
Saratu hold a Master of Science in Environmental Management from Sheffield Hallam University, England and a B.Sc. in Botany from the University of Maiduguri. She is the founder of Leaders of Tomorrow Right to Learn and Health Aid Initiative (LOFT INITIATIVE) a non-governmental organization based in Abuja.
Saratu’s personal mission is to use her competence and vast experiences in environmental issues and management to bring about positive change in society. In particular, she is interested in any opportunities to help make the lives of children and women better as part of the quest to a better society.
S.P. Madakan is a Professor of Ecology and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology. He has a master of science and a doctor of philosophy from the university of Aberdeen United Kingdom. He has served as a consultant in Environmental projects for many organisations including, DFID, EU, HTSPE, GRM International (now Palladium group) and ITAD (UK) Ltd.