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Meet Hindou Oumarou, The Fulani Woman Who Is An Activist In Chad [Photos]

Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim is a Fulani woman, she is a popular environmental activist in Chad. She was born in the year 1984 in Chad.

According to research, Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim is also a geographer. She is the Coordinator of the Association of Peul Women and Autochthonous Peoples of Chad (AFPAT) and served as the co-director of the pavilion of the World Indigenous Peoples' Initiative and Pavilion at COP21, COP22 and COP23. She was recently reconsidered with global Statesman.

Hindou Ibrahim is a member of the 'Mbororo' pastoralist people in Chad and President of the Association for Indigenous Women and People. She is a Board member of many organizations which includes International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change, Pan-African Alliance Climate Justice (PACJA), Policy Board United Nations: Indigenous Peoples Partnership (UNIPP) and Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC).

Below are some beautiful pictures of Hindou Ibrahim with top personalities.

According to reports, Ibrahim Hindou is an activist working on behalf of her people. She was educated in Chad's capital city of N'Djamena and spent her holidays with indigenous Mbororo people, who are traditionally nomadic farmers. During the course of her education, she became aware of the ways in which she was discriminated against as an indigenous woman and also of the ways in which her Mbororo counterparts were excluded from the educational opportunities she received. So in 1999, she founded the Association of Indigenous Peul Women and Peoples of Chad (AFPAT), a community-based organization focused on promoting the rights of girls and women in the Mbororo community and inspiring leadership and advocacy in environmental protection. The organization received its operating license in 2005 and has since participated in international negotiations on climate, sustainable development, biodiversity, and environmental protection.

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We pray that may God continue to guide and bless her abundantly.

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