Olufunmilola Owosho is a dedicated and experienced public health professional with over 6 years of experience implementing public health programs. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Anatomy and a Master’s degree in Public Health, which provides her with the knowledge and skills to drive successful program outcomes.
Throughout her career, Olufunmilola has actively led and participated in programs funded by organizations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), USAID, and UNICEF, which focused on maternal and child health, gender analysis and programming, nutrition, and HIV/AIDS. Her contributions have been instrumental in the successful implementation of these programs.
Olufunmilola is highly passionate about child protection and works tirelessly to improve the outcomes of children in her community. She has educated over 500 young girls on gender-based violence issues through education and advocacy and facilitated referrals for over 20 survivors. She is a valuable member of the child protection network in Lagos state and continues to work towards creating a safer and more equitable society for children and adolescents.