You Must Know Them : Omobolanle Ajijola (SIBC Top 10 Finalist)

Omobolanle Ajijola is the second runner up of the Social Innovators Bootcamp.She is the founder of Bina Al-Amal Foundation, a non-governmental organization that provides social and economicempowerment to Survivors and Victims of Gender-Based Violence

IM(Identities Media) 

OA(Omobolanle Ajijola) 

IM: Tell us about yourself.

OA: My name is Omobolanle Shakirat Ajijola  Born in Lagos in 1982 to Nigerian Parents.

I am a Microbiology Graduate from the University of Lagos and a  certified trauma  counselor trained in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and Early Trauma , and Child Protection.

I am also an Executive member of  The African Network of Professional Counselors(ANEPCO) and a graduate of Attitude Development International (ADI) a top Professional Counseling school in Lagos, Nigeria.

I’m also a proud NLP Practitioner and a passionate Gender Based Violence Advocate as well as a trained certified Emotional Intelligence Specialist and a Global Change Agent.

I am the founder of Bina Al Amal Foundation,a non-governmental, and not for profit organization which provides social and economic empowerment to Survivors and Victims of Gender Based Violence and disadvantaged communities across Nigeria.

IM: What drives the work that you do? 

OA:Building hope, building futures is our watchword at Bina Al-Amal Foundation and this is my fuel

I am hopeful that we can rebuild families and  Disadvantaged Communities starting one at a time and the thought of being able to help just one more person restore hope in themselves keeps me going and is my fuel to get up an go each day. I am passionate about spreading awareness against sexual and all forms of gender based violence and concerned about the total well being of families and by extension children .

IM: What does being part of the ‘Top 10 Finalists in the Donors for Africa’s Social Innovators Bootcamp’ mean to you? 


I am so honored to be a part of the top ten.

I joined this bootcamp in the hopes of gaining clarity and direction and I achieved and gained so much more.

Being part of the top ten has strengthened my resolve to be the best I can and to help change lives one person at a time.

It has also reminded me that change starts when you make up your mind to serve humanity not for the gain but for the good of all and when you’re equipped with the right tools, Change is assured.

IM: What do you see in the near future after this?

OA: I see an established Trauma Counselor who is a beacon of hope and encouragement for all Survivors and Victims of Gender Based Violence and 

I believe we can achieve a safe and well balanced environment free from all forms of Violence and raise a generation that takes active charge.

IM: What are your parting words or advice for the next class and Africa at large?

OA:”I am a plain ordinary human in the service of the humans – service is my oxygen, service is my water, service is my bread and service is my butter.”

Abhijit Naskar

Service to humanity is a noble cause and comes with a wealth of responsibility to impact lives and it’s important that we as Change Agents do it intentionally to make the world a better place.

Nyari Mashayamombe

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