Fatuma Ibrahim Ali Biography
Fatuma Ibrahim Ali was born on 2nd October 1965. She is a kenyan politician and the women representative for Wajir county. She is a member of Orange Democratic Movement and a coalition member of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy.
Fatuma credits her success to her grandmother who took her to school after her parents separated. She chose to study Agriculture as she believes that only agriculture could alleviate poverty in food insecure Wajir County. Her work at UN Women exposed her to the challenges women face daily, physically and mentally. In 2003 she was appointed a commissioner to the Kenya National Commission for Human Rights (KNCHR) and spearheaded the release of a report faulting the government’s IDP’s resettlement exercise (Operation Rudi Nyumbani). Fatuma is passionate about girl child education and seeks to ensure none of the girls in Wajir lacks education due to financial constraints.
Fatuma Ibrahim Ali Education
Student Egerton college (Diploma in Agriculture and Home Economics)
Graduate Student of University of Reading, UK (Masters in Agriculture Extension)
Student of North Eastern Girl’s High School
Primary school student of Wajir Primary School
Current Political Positions
From 10th March 2013 : Women’s representative for Wajir, Member of the National Assembly
From 18th January 2013 : Member of Orange Democratic Movement
From 18th January 2013 : Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
Previous Political Positions
From 18th January 2013 – 4th March 2013 : Aspirant Women representative for Wajir County
From 2013 : Member of Departmental Committee on Justice And Legal Affairs
Fatuma Ibrahim Ali Contacts
Physical Address: Parliament Buildings Parliament Rd.
Date of Birth:
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