- City, State: Ibadan, Oyo
- Geographic Location: Africa
- Age: 28
Kolawole Muyideen Oreoluwa, 22, is a trained videographer and photographer, youth peer health educator and activist with over 8 years experience in youth development programs. He focuses on behavior change communication strategy, edutainment, training and capacity building, development and implementation of feasible and interactive youth-friendly development programs. His interest in women/youth sexual and reproductive health and rights, and HIV/AIDS prevention among GLBTQ began during his secondary school days when he volunteered for the Youth Rescue Club of ARFH Nigeria. Kolawole has a National Diploma in Public Administration from Osun State Polytechnic Iree. He is currently the Program Director of Youth Action for Development (YAD), Nigeria, and a member of a number of youth led networks and coalitions. He is the 2007 Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS Regional Focal Point for West Africa.
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I make pictorial presentation of issues about women that needs changes and turn it to public dialogue
I'm passionate about:
Women reproductive health and rights, Women empowerment
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