Minoe Duamwan has over 5 years of experience in gender, humanitarian, conflict programming and advocacy, with a particular interest in Northeast Nigeria.
She has designed and implemented programmes that drive social change around Governance, peace and conflict, Gender-based violence, policy advocacy and PCVE programmes.
Minoe worked as a programme officer with the Rule of Law and Empowerment Initiative also known as Partners West Africa in governance with respect to Accountability and Transparency, gender inclusion of women in politics and policy analysis. She also served as a human resource/recruitment Assistant for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) for three years.
She is currently the Senior Programme Officer at Neem Foundation, supporting the rehabilitation and reintegration of Children formally Associated with Armed Groups and Other Vulnerable children, and preparing communities for the reintegration of former associates and advocating for the meaningful participation of women in the Northeast Peacebuilding process. She is also skilled in facilitating DDRRR training programmes on the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of vulnerable groups, GBV Case Management and Psychological First Aid in Northeast Nigeria.
She holds a Professional Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from the Institute of Development Administration of Nigeria (IDAN)and a BSC in Social Work and Administration from the University of Jos. Her passion includes gender inclusion in politics, women in peace and security, community development and Humanitarian work.
- Children and DDR
- Rule of law, transitional justice and DDR
- Terrorism, violent extremism and DDR
- Women, gender and DDR