“It’s resource deployment — not ideology deployment, not values deployment, not white body deployment,” she said. “It’s ‘I’m humbled to even be providing this to you,’ instead of ‘here are the log frames or the 72 indicators we developed in D.C. you need to answer even though you’re in Nigeria.” – Stephanie Kimou
Stephanie Kimou is the founder and lead consultant for PopWorks Africa. Their vision is to work to empower Africa’s most precious resource: its population. She is an international development professional responsible for successful communications, and advocacy programs related to sexual and reproductive health and rights. With a background in youth and gender, she has extensive in-country experience in francophone Africa, particularly with building and advising advocacy strategies.
She is also an Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at Georgetown University. analyzing the potential and the limitations of international organizations in the modern global system, specifically focusing on the role of IOs play in protecting human rights globally.