IFP alumna Rejane Woodroffe has been awarded the prestigious John P. McNulty Prize, which recognizes leaders who use entrepreneurial methods to address global issues. Woodroffe is a co-founder of the Bulungula Incubator (BI), an innovative community development project that works to address the challenges of rural poverty in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa.
After leaving a career as an economist and investment manager, Woodroffe received an IFP fellowship in 2003 to complete her master’s in Development Economics at the University of Sussex in the U.K. In 2004 she established the...
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Since 2010, the northern geopolitical zones in Nigeria witnessed increasing bomb attacks from Boko Haram, the suicide bomb attacks on the Nigeria Police force Headquarter, the United Nations House in Abuja, and the St Theresa Catholic Church, Madalla are examples. The frequency of attacks and the scale of violence were a challenge to the Nigeria Government, prompting the need for a review of the nation’s capacity to respond to threats from terror groups. This study is a preliminary assessment of national readiness and response capacity to threats of terrorism in Northern Nigeria. The purpos...
In this video, IFP Indonesia Alumna Wardah Hasyim raises the issue of post-conflict education for those who were forced to drop out of school due to regional turmoil. She invites viewers to help her answer the question: "What is the appropriate intervention for this type of group?" Wardah earned her Master's degree in Rural Development from University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom.
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