Nimatu Abdul-Rahaman is a graduate of the University for Development Studies-Tamale and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Community Nutrition. Before joining CorpsAfrica, Nimatu did her National Service with the Tamale SDA Hospital,
where she worked as the Nutrition Officer and provided nutritional counseling to
clients and patient relatives, as well as growth monitoring and promotion services to
children under 5 years.
As a Mastercard Foundation Scholar and Camfed Alumnae, Nimatu served as the
District Chairperson for the Camfed Association(CAMA) Sagnarigu Municipality
Chapter for three years, after which she also served as the District Secretary for
another 3 years. Whilst in school, Nimatu was the Chairperson of the MCF Scholars
Electoral Commission and Baobab Advocate for the UDS – Tamale Chapter.
Nimatu has also played several volunteer roles in Camfed and the Camfed
Association including serving as a CAMA Monitoring and Evaluation Resource
Personnel, a club patron to the Kalpohin SHS Camfed Girls Club, and a member of
the CAMA District Electoral Commission.
Nimatu believes that her service with CorpsAfrica provides her the opportunity to
pursue her passion for improving Maternal and Child Nutrition, as well as promoting
women empowerment and Social Inclusion.