Tamanji Logodi

Tamanji Logodi, a Sudanese refugee with 13 years of experience living in Kenya, has dedicated their life to making a positive impact on their community and beyond. They began their journey as a girl child advocate within a refugee setting, advocating for the rights and well-being of young girls, a role that exemplified their unwavering commitment to the empowerment of marginalized individuals. Tamanji is also a co-founder of the Nipashe Health and Gender Equality Foundation, a grassroots initiative aimed at addressing pressing issues such as teenage pregnancy and promoting health and gender equality. Through this foundation, Tamanji has actively worked to bring about positive change and provide support to those in need. Their dedication to empowering others extends to their current role as a Business Mentor at the BOMA NGO. Tamanji focuses on training ultra-poor women and closely monitors their businesses after granting them financial support, promoting economic independence and self-sufficiency. In addition to their practical experience, Tamanji Logodi has enhanced their leadership skills through participation in two prestigious fellowships: the Young African Leaders Initiative and the Emerging Leaders Foundation. These fellowships have further equipped them to make a lasting impact in their mission to improve the lives of the marginalized and underserved.