Christine Kafando is a Burkinabé HIV/AIDS activist. Since the 1990s, she has been active in HIV/AIDS prevention and response efforts. She is the founder of Association Espoir pour Demain in Burkina Faso. For her work, Christine has been recognised by Burkina Faso's Order of Merit and France's Legion of Honour.
Nana Asantewa Afadzinu
Nana Asantewa Afadzinu is the Executive Director of the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI); with over two decades in Civil Society, Nana holds an LLB and BL from the University of Ghana and the Ghana School of Law. She has previously worked with the Commercial Law Firm, Hesse and Larsey, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Banjul, and the African Society of International and Comparative Law in Accra.
Prince Bull-Luseni is an international development practitioner with over ten year’s cumulative working experience with local, national, and regional human rights and development organisations, mainly in Sierra Leone and West Africa. Other areas of his expertise include evidence-based advocacy and civil society mobilisation, youth and women’s empowerment, gender equality, coalition building, and coordination.
Adeolu Ogunrombi has an extensive background in public health and human rights practices. He has been at the forefront of the debate on drug policy reform in Africa. He has authored and presented scientific papers at many international conferences on issues bordering on HIV/AIDS, drug policy, harm reduction and young people. He was nominated among the 100 global Youth Leaders by Women Deliver in 2010.