Emmanuel Ejewule

Masters in Development Practice (MDP), University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Cohort 5.

Emmanuel Ejewule is a Sustainable Development Practitioner, co-founder of a non-governmental organisation that is committed to sustainable community development with dedication to improve the lives of local communities, youth, women and girls through access to qualitative education, health and economic strengthening services in Nigeria and across Africa.

Emmanuel has a Masters in Development Practice (MDP) from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, graduating as over best MDP student in the cohort with distinction and won 6 prizes out of 9 prizes for academic excellence. During his MDP programme, he won the IFAD-Universities Project Research Grant to conduct field study in Tanzania, East African Community. He has BSc. in Accounting (Benue State University, Nigeria); Diploma in Desktop Publishing (Graceland Computer Institute, Nigeria), Certificates in: Integrated Approaches to Sustainable Development; Certificate in Core Competence for Employability in Service Sector (Business Processing Outsourcing – World Bank sponsored); Certificate in Use of Participatory Tools in Development Practice, among others.
Emmanuel has experience in youth-focused programs, agribusiness, environment, good governance, humanitarian response, livelihoods, STEM & digital literacy, monitoring and evaluation, needs assessment and research. Facilitating in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Advocacy Project for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nigeria, he has sensitized over 35,000 young people; trained and mentored over 1,400 youths in Nigeria both in Sustainable Development Goals and Millennium Development Goals. He was awarded several national awards for community development services in Nigeria. He is a member of the Association of Business Development Service Professionals In Nigeria (ABDPIN) as a Business Development Service Provider.

Emmanuel is passionate committed to sustainable development of Africa and the world at large.