Huda Ibrahim

Location: Omdurman, Sudan
Precinct Program: Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders
Date(s): Summer 2015

Huda Ibrahim has over three years’ experience working to help the development of her country. She is the junior editor and writer at In The City Sudan, where she writes on youth issues along with her experience in presenting radio shows dedicated to the Sudanese youth. She is a member at Bawasheq Alkheer Association, focusing on empowering women in rural areas of Sudan as well as in cities. She is a program officer at Youth Forum Organization where she focuses on girls’ education. She also volunteers in different organizations and her own community where she proudly helps in the development of Sudanese girls’ education. Huda holds a Bachelor's degree in Counselling and Health Psychology from Ahfad University for Women, and executed research on violence against women in Sudan. Upon the completion of the Fellowship, she plans to continue her work in empowering women focusing on girls’ education.

Blog Entries

Huda Ibrahim – YALI Impact Story

Huda Ibrahim is a 2015 Mandela Washington Fellow from Omdurman, Sudan. She is working to improve the voice of young people in her home country through writing, encouraging young women to put education before marriage. “I learned a lot since I came here – one of the highlights is […]