Meet Our Team
A secured future where girls and boys alike are given enabling environment to achieve their potentials, gain more control over their lives and being able to contribute to the development of their communities.
I have always wanted a situation where the government will see civil society organizations as complementary partners rather than competitors. Collective responsibility is the key to sustainable development that is culture sensitive and gender inclusive.
Martin-Mary Falana is based in Nigeria where he is a strong global health advocate. Martin Mary is knowledgeable in a wide range of areas including reproductive health and sexual rights, education, gender and child survival. His experience as a facilitator and trainer has led him to travel across the globe to participate in conferences to represent marginalized communities and undertake work with various organizations.
As an activist, Martin-Mary has advocated on behalf of children and young people, particularly in regards to adolescent reproductive health and sexual rights. He also fought for the provision of youth-friendly healthcare services for young people in Ondo State. Martin-Mary has also written against the passage of the bill prohibiting same sex marriage in Nigeria by the National Assembly and as a member of the National Reproductive Health and HIV Prevention and Care Committee he contributed to the support of comprehensive education on sexuality for young people in secondary schools in Nigeria.
Martin-Mary has served as a consultant for capacity development and project management for various civil society networks in Sub-Saharan Africa on malaria, AIDS and TB issues. He is one of the leading TB/HIV activists in Nigeria applying his knowledge to implement change at various levels including, facilitating the key affected population consultation process for the development of the Nigeria concept note to the Global Fund; and training Nigerian civil society organization members working on malaria, immunization and nutrition to improve their capacity and skills in project management.
He is a member of several organizations including, the Society for AIDS in Africa (SAA), Civil Society for HIV and AIDS in Nigeria, and the Global Coalition of TB Advocates. Martin-Mary is presently working with AIDS Accountability International (AAI) in Nigeria to monitor the Global Fund CCM in Nigeria to ensure the effective representation and participation of key affected populations in Global Fund processes. Martin-Mary gained a deeper understanding of Global Fund processes when he participated in the W4GF Africa capacity building workshop on Gender and the Global Fund held in Cape Town, South Africa in December 2013. Martin-Mary is a strong communicator and enjoys using his leadership skills to motivate more people to be involved in decision making processes that affect their lives.
Martin-Mary most recently worked for ASAP as a local researcher to assess the country situation and response to gender-based violence and gender equality linked to HIV in Nigeria.
A social worker that is passionate about creating solutions to social issues and offering exceptional service with a mark of excellence. She is proactive, quick on her feet and loves achieving great results.
Folashade Bamigboye Adejonwo holds a master degree in Business Administration with over 5 years experience in the NGO sector. She currently works with Kids & Teens Resource Centre as Programme Manager of the organization.
She loves working with young people to provide knowledge and skills they require for self actualization and national development.
Folashade Bamigboye Adejonwo is popularly called Trinity because of her unusual ability to multi-task and knack for excellence in any task or project carried out.
Babatunde Ajidagba has over ten year experience of working as an advocate, researcher and peer educator on sexual and reproductive health for young people. He is alumni of the Women Deliver 100 Young Leaders – a group of amazing, inspiring young people from 68 countries working to build a world where the health and well-being of girls and women is a priority. His passion is for women and girls’ reproductive health and rights. He has conducted a lot of researches on issues affecting women and girls reproductive health. He is also involved in advocacy for adolescent girls in Nigeria to ensure equal access to contraceptives. His research work on HIV/AIDS, cancer, Sexual violence both regionally and nationally which has helped in National policy formulation. Tunde was also the coordinator of Campus Health & Rights Initiative (CHRI), an NGO that focuses on promoting reproductive health and protecting reproductive rights of young adults especially girls and women and contributes to the improvement of health and development of young people through major activities, which include but are not limited to; capacity building –using the peer health education approach; information, education, communication, advocacy and networking. He is skilled in Reproductive and Sexual Health of young people, Women health, Communication, Advocacy, and Improving Research Capacity. He holds Bachelor of Medicine and surgery (MBChB) from Obafemi Awolowo University, a certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health by Women Deliver E-course and a certificate in Project design and Proposal writing by Women Deliver C-exchange youth initiative E-course. He was one of the 10 young leaders who won C-Exchange grant of 5,000USD from Women Deliver to implement project in Nigeria to promote young people’s access to sexual and reproductive services especially contraceptives. His abstract on Using mobile technology to break barriers of youth’s access to contraceptives from the project was accepted for oral presentation at the 2016 International Conference on family planning, Bali, Indonesia. Currently he is the Head of Operations, kids & teens Resource center.
Mercy Morenike Oshuntuyi
Osuntuyi Mercy Morenike is the Finance and Administrative Manager for Kids & Teens Resource Centre and also an advocate for children. Mercy is knowledgeable in the use of a wide range of finance, budgeting and administrative tools. She is a dedicated person that ensures the smooth running of the organization and ensures proper records keeping for the organization. Mercy has proven financial analysis and forecasting ability, experience in working in a cross-cultural environment and ability to work to deadlines with good prioritization and time management skills.
Strategic Knowledge Management Director
Gbenga Michael Adesunloro
Adesunloro, Gbenga Michael, a PhD student of The University of Ibadan is the Director, Strategic Knowledge Management is a Facilitator, Researcher, analyst and Social/Development Consultant with 12 years Professional Training and Experiences with local and International Organizations, Government Agencies. He had conducted surveys, developed Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting/Accountability Plans/Documents Strategic Plan Development, Development of Data Tools, system and Databases on the Organization’s thematic areas and Funded projects with Pact/USAID, EU IMSIDE & MPPI, Ford Foundation, World Bank/SACA to mention a few. He is had presented and facilitated Skills Buildings sessions at National and International Conferences.
Kids & Teens
Board Of Trustees
Prof. Joseph Oluwasanmi
Mrs. Caroline M. Fadakinni
Board Secretary / Executive Director
Kids & Teens
Board Of Directors
Association of Civil Society Organizations on Malaria, Immunization and Nutrition, ACOMIN, Abuja 08033838267
Center for the Right to Health A1, Aknaton Homes, Durumi District, Garki Area 1, Abuja. 0802-333-0995
Barrister Olufemi Olutimehin
Suite 303, Anbeez Plaza, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja.08033496258
- Ondo HQ: 13, Kola Ogunmola Street, Ijapo Estate, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.
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- Ekiti Branch: 13, Orire Hospital Lane, Adebayo Estate, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State.
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- FCT Branch: Suite C 308, Garki II, Abuja (FCT) Nigeria.
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- Kwara Branch: 16, Gaa Akanbi Road, Ilorin, Kwara State
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Education is one of the most powerful weapons in fighting poverty. However, Nigeria is one of the countries lacking substantial educational infrastructure thus facing a number of unique problems: rural access, gender inequalities, child labor, and more. >>
Family planning allows individuals and couples to anticipate and attain their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. It is achieved through use of contraceptive methods and the treatment of involuntary infertility. >>
As part of efforts to promote children and young people’s access to basic amenities of life and ensure their access to the four pillars of their fundamental rights of Survival, Development, Participation and Protection, Kids & Teens Resource Centre support and promotes credible, transparent and sustainable electoral processes as well as strengthening the channels of civil engagement for improved democratic engagement. How? >>
Kids & Teens Resource Centre designed programs to create sustainable livelihood for young people with special focus on career training, skills development, and access to capital. >>
In light of the global nature of environmental damage, Kids & Teens Resource Centre has stepped up as an actor that addresses the interconnected issues of the environment. Kids & Teens Resource Centre deals with issues of the environment, including the depletion of natural resources, global warming and conservation. >>