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Tomi Mercy Ademokun MPH is an expert in public health, international development, and campaigns and advocacy, with over 10 years of experience, including 6 years working internationally.
Currently, Tomi is the Interim Associate Country Director/GROW Campaign Manager for OXFAM GB in Nigeria. The GROW campaign is dedicated to overcoming poverty and injustice and works with partners in Nigeria in order to achieve impact and improvement in the lives of people, especially women family farmers, on the issues relating to agriculture, food security, trade and climate change.
Tomi obtained a Bachelor's of Science in Community Health Education from UIUC in May 2003 and a Master's in Public Health from Emory University. In her spare time she loves being involved in the children's and usher ministry, as well as reading, dancing and travelling - especially trips around her beautiful continent of Africa.
In 2012 Oxfam and IIED joined forces to create Tipping the Balance a global report exploring the connection between the policy and practice of investment and market governance in small...
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