Odedere Aanuoluwapo is a graduate of public health and holds additional a certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research. She is passionate about advocacy for women and girls, and has been involved in research and implementation of interventions to reach low income families in over 200 communities in Nigeria. She has written articles to this effect on the UNICEF Youth blog and The Wellbeing for Women Africa Youth blog. She is a fellow of the African ChangeMakers Fellowship, an Alumni of the YALI RLC West Africa Region. She is a social change agent and volunteers for causes relating to meeting the SDG 3,4, and 5; and currently volunteers as the Assistant Program Coordinator mom's community, on the SocialGood for Lagos platform. She would like to pursue a career in Public Health research.

      

Articles:

Menstrual Hygiene, Stopgap Charity

Maternal Protection - Key to Gender Balance in Workplaces