Jemimah Justus is a humanitarian and developmental worker who over the last 4 years has built her expertise in areas of household economic strengthening, Agricultural livelihoods, market systems development, gender and protection and data management.
She has worked with reputable non-profit organizations on successful projects funded by USAID, EU, and BMGF and has implemented both simple and complex Projects from the design phase to the End of the project transition phase
As an activist, Jemimah plans and co-facilitates the yearly 16days of
activism against gender inequality with collaboration with relevant stakeholders. She is also a certified training facilitator and moderator of set up panels and workshops.
Jemimah is the founder of QIFA (Qarrah initiative for all) a growing initiative with the aim of building social-emotional intelligence in young adolescents by providing them with safe spaces and engaging them in activities that promote social cohesion. She holds a postgraduate diploma in Education from College of Education Waka Biu, Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Madonna University and currently running a master’s degree in public health at the National Open University of Nigeria.