Rahila Ibrahim Ahmad is a pharmacist with a passion for community development. She is an avid volunteer who has participated in improving health care indices of people by organizing and participating in medical outreaches within and outside of her community.
She works as a Territory Manager for ProNov, a start-up that provides solutions to poor inventory management, disjointed supply chain, poor financial inclusion for people at the bottom of the pyramid as well as high cost of medicines in disadvantaged communities.
She is a sexual and reproductive health advocate and has worked to improve issues of reproductive health in her project as a Young Innovation Leaders Fellow as well as a Population Reference Bureau youth video advocate.
Rahila’s involvement in the Open Government Partnership (OGP Local, Kaduna State) has increased her passion for good governance and improved fiscal transparency and accountability which led her to be one of the Public Private Development Center (PPDC) project monitors where she monitors procurements and capital projects approved by Kaduna State as well as improving open contracting data standards.
She is currently the volunteer media and communications lead for Open Arts a literary organization and Follow Taxes, a non-governmental organization that provides simple and interactive platforms to educate taxpayers on their rights and obligations. She has led several groups involved in various projects one of which is the Kaduna Bookathon, which is aimed at providing books and local contents for children in public schools. Rahila Ibrahim is a Young Africans Leaders Initiative (YALI-RLC) alumni and a humanitarian awardee of her NYSC-CDS GROUP.