Staff & Management of Devatop Centre for Africa Development.
During his National Youth Service, he trained over 1600 students, women, and educators on how to combat human trafficking. He has worked both in educational institutions and non-governmental organizations before founding Devatop Centre for Africa Development. Osuigwe has groomed and engaged over 100 volunteers in the fight against human trafficking.
GRANT & PROGRAM COORDINATOR
PROJECT ASSISTANT (SOKOTO)
Matthew Sunday Animasahun
Matthew Sunday Animasahun is a Project Assistant at Devatop Center For Africa Development in Sokoto State with more than Five years working experience in the Humanitarian Sector. I am a graduate from Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. Currently serving as the focal person in Sokoto State for TATIP project funded by USAID and Palladium and Implemented by Devatop Centre for Africa Development.
Osuigwe Joseph is anti-human trafficking advocate, author, educator, and gender equality champion. He studied education and mathematics from University of Nigeria Nsukka.
Grant & Program Coordinator
Paula Oko is a human rights activist and writer. She is passionate about educating people about the ills of illegal migration.