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Wednesday, February 6 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
The Use Of Data In Telling Authentic Stories

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When was the last time you received a viral Whatsapp story that was too good to be true? Or a story that quoted crazy statistics and facts without any source? As Nigerians, we are often skeptical of each other s stories. And globally, the stories that come out of Nigeria are not always the ones we would choose.

But as human beings, storytelling is a core part of our interaction with one another. Our stories have the power to make great impact so we need to be aware of the responsibility we have to use data wisely and avoid misinforming our audiences.

Proper use of data and good fact sharing practices have the potential to drive major change. The power of data for storytelling is so important, especially for us as Africans. Both globally and within our borders, we need to know how to tell powerful, authentic stories that use data to showcase our realities.

Storytelling has always been a way to communicate with humans on an emotional level. Whether in business, marketing, advocacy, improving citizen s rights or non profits attracting funds, for us at Sickle Cell Advocacy and Management Initiative we believe in finding stories that resonate with our audience in every way possible.



Speakers
avatar for Niniola Soleye

Niniola Soleye

Managing Director, DRASA (Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh) Health Trust
Niniola is the Managing Director of DRASA (Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh) Health Trust, a public health organization working to keep Nigeria safe from public health threats through the advancement of infection control practices, hygiene and sanitation behaviors, and outbreak preparedness... Read More →
avatar for Banke Alawaye

Banke Alawaye

Principal Consultant, Innovative Solutions
Management Consultant and Digital Strategist with experience in social impact projects and applying mobile solutions to development problems. I’m also an experienced Program Manager with extensive experience in managing projects across East & West Africa. Principal Consultant, Innovative... Read More →
avatar for Ray Anyasi

Ray Anyasi

MD, Naphtali Books
Ray Anyasi is the founder and MD of Naphtali Books, one of Nigeria's leading publishing houses. He is an author with over 20 Amazon bestselling titles, a TV/Animation content production consultant, and also the Chief Event Coordinator of Lagos Comic Convention, Africa's largest geek... Read More →
avatar for Debola Deji-Kurunmi

Debola Deji-Kurunmi

Executive Director, Ideation Hub Africa
I’m the Executive Director at Ideation Hub Africa. We are a social impact incubator located in Lagos, Nigeria; equipping early stage social entrepreneurs, nonprofit professionals and change makers with executive education, enterprise incubation, growth advisory and collaborative... Read More →
avatar for Toyin Adesola

Toyin Adesola

Executive Director, Sickle Cell Advocacy & MGT Initiative
Toyin Adesola is a certified health coach, author, non-profit manager, entrepreneur, speaker and sickle cell warrior. A chronic wellness coaching and health advocate and the is the founder of The Better You Better Me Wellness Network which helps people with chronic illnesses or any... Read More →
avatar for Oluseyi Oyebisi

Oluseyi Oyebisi

Executive Director, Nigeria Network of NGOs
Oluseyi Oyebisi is the Executive Director of the Nigeria Network of NGOs, a membership body for over 1000 civil society organizations that facilitates effective advocacy. Previously, he worked with UNICEF in New York as the Global Coordinator for UNICEF Rural Voices of Youth, which... Read More →


Wednesday February 6, 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm
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