Halima is a feminist, passionate women’s rights activist and a seasoned professional in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) with over 13 years extensive experience in advocacy work in youth, women rights and SRHR programmes. She has been able to provide technical expertise in programme design, implementation,planning and management. In 2018, she received an International Award and recognition in SRHR work for young people and was nominated as one of the women making a difference in community work by ZURI Awards. She has a Master of Science degree in Education for Sustainability from London South Bank University and Bachelor Degree in Development Studies. She is currently a scholar with CEDAW for Change Oxford institute UK. In her role, she ensures diversity and inclusion of SRHR into women rights and advocacy work. Her greatest desire is to see a world where all African women and girls have got voices and are able to advocate for their SRHR rights and realize their full potential towards achieving their sexual and reproductive health and rights.