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Impactful Advocacy in Hostile & Restrictive Environments in Francophone West & Central Africa- A focus on stigmatized and criminalized groups

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Mr Modeste Mambo Amisi
Executive Director @Man for Sexual Health and Rights
Modeste Mambo Amisi is an activist and human rights defender, Epidemiologist, and trainer for ARASA trainers on sexual and reproductive health rights. He is the Executive Director of "Man for Sexual Health and Rights" (HODSAS); an organisation based on the promotion of health rights and protection of sex workers and sexual minorities in DRC. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the African Alliance of Sex Workers (ASWA), current member and co-founder of the West and Central African Coalition for Sex Work (CAFOC-TS), and member and co-founder of the Congolese Alliance of Human Rights -Sex Work Project (ACODHU-TS). He is also a trainer and a mentor of several initiatives and key population organizations in Africa and Europe.
AGBOMADJI Kouakou kokouvi selom
Executive Director @Club des 7 jours
AGBOMADJI Kouakou kokouvi selom : With an MBA in project management, Sélom is the Executive Director of the Togolese LGBT association "Club des 7 jours" and a member of the advisory board of the human rights observatory in Togo. For more than 10 years, Sélom has been advocating for access to quality health care services for LGBTQ community and promotion of the human rights for sexual and gender minority groups. He is also a pioneer in the implementation of PrEP in Togo through a CohMSM-PrEP research project that demonstrated the feasibility of PrEP in the Africa and other developing regions.
Latiyah ORNEILL
Founder and Executive Director @Transgender and Rights
Latiyah ORNEILL is a young trans activist-feminist, who is the founder and executive director of Transgender and Rights, which is a young organization based in Côte d'Ivoire started in 2017. She is passionate about Human Rights, social justice and legal recognition of transgender people. She is also part of different initiatives that seek strengthen the work of LGBTIQ+ organizations and communities in West Africa, and enhance the living conditions of her local transgender community. Latiyah is a member of the African Queer Youth Initiative and tthe Co-Chair of the Board of Directors.