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Falade Olutoyin and Bukola Faturoti are now friends
May 26, 2012
Falade Olutoyin left a comment for Titilope Akosa
"Titi darling Happy New Year! I wish us all a more fruitful year in 2012."
Jan 2, 2012
Falade Olutoyin posted a status
"Craig,Please note that I am not receiving mails, my email address was hacked. Please send mails to toyfal@gmail.com"
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Oct 3, 2011
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"Thanks for your comment on my post on exchange visits! I hope you continue to follow how-matters.org!"
Oct 3, 2011
Falade Olutoyin commented on Jennifer Lentfer's blog post Exchange Visits Among Local Organizations—Here’s How!
"This is great. My organization will explore this opportunity to expand."
Oct 3, 2011
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"Chinedu, welcome on board.   "
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"It's great geting to know you. I believ together we can make the different. Wherever I can key into any of your programmmes, kindly let me in."
Jul 6, 2011
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Muhammad Tahir Tabassum left a comment for Falade Olutoyin
"Dear Falade, Thank you for your valuable words, INSPAD Peace Gruop is a common platform for peacemakers-peacebuilders around the world. We can work together on similar mission. Always welcome to work with us. In peace"
Jan 29, 2011

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I am a woman of about 45yrs. A trained teacher and professional guidance counsellor from the University of Lagos. I have been a counsellor to many people children, youth and adult, in the church, in families, in Developmnet and Social work. I am also trainer and facilitator for 9years in Peacebuilding, Active Non-Violence, Conflicy Managemnet, Gender and Disaster management. I was trained by USAID/OTI in Year 2000 in Peace and Conflict Resolution. I am a member of We\st African Network for Peacebuilding - Nigeria since the year 2006. I am currently the Focal Person for Women In Peacebuilding Network- WIPNET (Nigeria) for the South West zone. I am running a M.Ed program in Measurement and Evaluation (M&E) in University of Lagos.

I have been involved as a trainer/facilitators in trainings for youth, the Nigeria Police, men, women and the Nigerian Military (The Army, Navy and Air-Force) in peacebuilding, confict management, human rights, etc.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Nigeria. West Africa region
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
I lead an NGO- Innovative Strategy for Human Development, as the executive Director/Program Coordinator in Lagos, Nigeria
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Development, Education, Gender, Health, Humanitarian Relief
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Budgeting, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Evaluation, Fundraising, Monitoring, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Training

Certified Negotiator

I attended a two week course in NEGOTIATIONS in Kofi Anang International Peacekeeping Training Center - KAIPTC, Ghana 3rd-15th May,2009.

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At 5:06pm on October 3, 2011, Jennifer Lentfer said…

Thanks for your comment on my post on exchange visits! I hope you continue to follow how-matters.org!

At 3:24pm on July 6, 2011, Nurudeen Adeyinka Oyewole said…
It's great geting to know you. I believ together we can make the different. Wherever I can key into any of your programmmes, kindly let me in.
At 1:18pm on January 29, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Falade,

Thank you for your valuable words, INSPAD Peace Gruop is a common platform

for peacemakers-peacebuilders around the world. We can work together on similar mission. Always welcome to work with us.

In peace

At 4:51pm on October 23, 2009, Craig Zelizer said…
Also look at the guide to Ph.D. programs on the site.
At 8:01am on October 15, 2009, Adam Greenwell said…
Thank you for your friendship Falade.
Please visit our new website at the link provided below. http://www.adamsirishmum.com/ Best wishes, Adam
At 1:14pm on September 24, 2009, Falade Olutoyin said…
Hi Femi Ibrahim, it is nice to add you to my list of friends, even though it us peace and collaborative devt network to cement this. The name will ring bell to you through NAPS' mails you sent to us. How are you doing? Hope we meet soon one of these days. Toyin
At 4:29am on September 17, 2009, Olusoji Ajao said…
Anty Toyin, I was impressed with your peace building efforts. I am especially glad because you are a graduate teacher like myself. I just returned from Port Harcourt, where I facilitated at a Peace Camp organised for youth of the Niger Delta.

Since you were part of USAID/OTI training, I believe you must have met Dr. Albert, now Prof., he was my lecturer in M.A. Peace and Conflict Class at Univerisity of Ibadan.

In any case, I would like to know if there is chance for intership in your organisation. If there is, I would like to make myself available.
Thanks and God bless!
At 3:42am on September 13, 2009, Rotarian gbemi tijani said…
nb in Nigeria this is the 11th week of ASUU -FG negotiatiation stalemate-shuldn't the implications of 10-week no class,no measurement in tertiary institutions be a collective concern provoking a elegaic civic pressure by both the parents and the royalty...BUT AS USUAL TILL irrepairable damage is done to the already rote system wherein no clear cut credit system will be given to independent study /project etc...IS ASUU striking JUST for emoluments upgrade? NO. BUT significant groups felt innocent or unruffled about the globally shameful trauma it's done to theuniversity calenda...Counselling skills could be applied to any group inso far as doctors themselves have to be examined when/if they re sick by their peers -to avoid biased diagnosis..IS UNIVERSITY AUTONOMY OUTMODED?
This is a mere reecho of my last month post?
At 3:21am on September 13, 2009, Rotarian gbemi tijani said…
Truly there are optimists everywhere on the bright future of our dear country but shouldn't our generation witness or help to expedite a social order supportive of a fulfillingly productive populace ? ARE we not replicating a rote -education statusquo -turning out unemplyables simply because academics and political will to facilitate decolonised intelligentia to perform are inexorable -due to docility blammable on the elite class? I stand to be corrected if the trends in Nigeria 's buying & selling economy will enable us to become a superpower in 2020 -without a creatively, endogenously designed education policy.I' doubt think i'm not a pessimist about this. I have seen it in the history of developed nations -ChINA,jAPAN,THE TIGER COUNTRIES are current examples.There's nothing bad in consumerism but we must brace up to produce beyond the perishables we 're 'producing'
When will be morning yet in our own technological history? We are stiill in the buying stage!
ALRIGHT WHEN ARE GOING TO START TRIAL & ERROR FOR appropriate tech? i m buoyed if anyone talk of development politics via POLITICAL WILL & READY CITIZENRY to implement the policy.AMEN FOR ANSWERED PRAYERS wHAT ELSE ? God has blessed Nigeria copiously....Gbemi
p.s.cross reference before internet in Nigeria
POEM & PROSE a n elegaic submission in 1984,Barrister to eternity( a threnody for OBAFEMI AWOLOWO
AUGUST 1987,ibid,Transition quiz ( 3 media & book excerpt (1992,1994,2003,MEDITATION tHE Nigerian Guardian (short & sharp sept 22,1985,how much do you know about your country? a rejoinder to igang alibi DAILY TIMES C.1988 SEE ARCHIVES NIGERIAN TRIBUNE(LONGEVITY FOR ALL by tijani mst0 for w.h.o. day 7th APRIL 1992 FULL PAGE FEATURE
COMMENT ON OBAMA'S SPEECH IN GHANA -Africa Doesn't need strong men but strong institutions
NEW -POETRY Digest online etc..
Poem on the same recurring thematic matter performed at PIT THEATRE ,1985,O.A.U ,ILE -IFE,PROF BOB FOX SEND FORTH nite
Rtn Gbemi
At 2:11pm on September 12, 2009, Rotarian gbemi tijani said…
i hope membes & their invitees will also & continue to draw wisdom & interventional strategies not only from their learned theories but also from their social & indigenous experience .For example the WEST INVENTIONS almost all the formulae orpatent are known for replication for global service +vely or otherwise depending on the mindset of the user/consumer .WHY SHOULDN'T the new worlds too contribute something saleable usable or benevolent to the global comunity?
Rtn Gbemi

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