Nora Doove Nongu
Nora Doove Nongu was born in 1989 in northcentral Nigeria. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in French Language and a Post-Graduate degree in Education. Nora has been working as a Communications and Outreach Manager with Ambassadors of Dialogue, Climate and Reintegration (DCR Ambassadors) since 2016. She has supported the formation of conflict early warning and early response committees at community level, while contributing to the implementation of interventions to counter violent extremism. Nora has flare for gender equality and social inclusion. She is also keen about environment and has actively mobilized over 1,200 youths to raise voices for climate change and plant trees. Nora has trained hundreds of women and girls on menstrual hygiene, disaster risk mitigation, conflict transformation and resilience across Borno and Adamawa states. During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nora provided online training on advocacy and alliance building to more than 600 actors across civil society organizations. Nora is mobilizing young people and highlighting women’s role in peacebuilding under the WPHF and Spotlight Initiative funded project “Strengthening Institutional and Multi-sectoral Capacity to Prevent and Respond to Sexual Gender-Based Violence and Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in Borno state” led by DCR Ambassadors.