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Olamide Adeyinka

Olamide Adeyinka serves as Project Manager with ICRW Advisors.

Prior to joining ICRW, Ola was a Program Manager at Chemonics International Inc., where she managed the strategic implementation of a health supply chain project working with the government of Nigeria (GON) and other stakeholders to procure, warehouse and distribute HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning and reproductive health, and maternal and child health commodities across all 36 states in Nigeria. In her role, Ola supported the design of technology frameworks and roadmaps that align with key stakeholders’ visions for a GON led public health supply chain. At Chemonics, Ola also supported the strategy and implementation of community stabilization and peacebuilding programs in Libya and Lebanon.

Ola brings seven years of programmatic, technical, and business development experience working in the areas of women’s economic empowerment, supply chain, and community and grassroots development in West Africa, Middle East, and North Africa. As a Women’s Economic Empowerment Consultant, Ola worked with Stallion Microfinance Bank in Nigeria to provide strategic insight, design programming for women and expand the organization’s business development strategies through their Premier Poverty Alleviation Initiative (PPAI). Ola worked with the team to analyze and create avenues to strengthen business and market linkages and ensure the growth and sustainability of entrepreneurial ventures for women within the communities Stallion serves. Ola has also designed women’s empowerment frameworks, tools, and toolkits to guide project design, business development, and project implementation and conducted research on a series of women’s issues, most notably a needs assessment for women in Ogun state, Nigeria.

 

Education: Ola received her bachelor’s degree in Economics and went on to develop and complete a rigorous accelerated master’s degree program, simultaneously combining an MBA and an M.A. in International Development and Social Change at Clark University.
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Economic Empowerment, Health, HIV and AIDS, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Women in the Value Chain
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