Our blogs

Pamela Mclean

Pamela is the "Mac" in DadaMac.

She and John Dada have been collaborating since 2002.

Elfneh Bariso

Dr Elfneh U. Bariso is co-founder and chair of AHEAD CHARITY, a a UK-based charity initiating and supporting projects aimed at combating poverty and inequalities in health, education and development in Ethiopia.

The charity also addresses needs of disadvantaged members of society in London through advice, guidance and training.

Doing 'Development'

Wider discussion of issues around development as something being done by people on the ground - who are directly engaged with the issues and the disadvantage that they address.

DadaMac Matters

Blog posts from the DadaMac Core Team

Chief Gbade Adejumo

Chief Gbade Adejumo is a Nigerian DadaMac Changemaker and we would like to share with you his MA thesis on the important issue of the Farmers and Pastoralist Conflict.

Gbade is an inspirational self-directed learner and has valuable grassroots experience and insights to add to this important debate.

Here is the link to his thesis https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KiZ9aPG7Ee46iIACIaQdK4qgQwKiLpsdRrr3...


John Dada

John Dada is DadaMac's inspirartioal Nigerian Changemaker.

Julliet Makhapila

Julliet Makhapila is a UK - Kenyan Dadamac Changemaker.

Simon Olagai

Simon Olagai, an Ugandan Changemaker, who has also worked in Nigeria and is currently based in Sierra Leone connected with Nikki Fishman  DadaMac Co-Founder via LinkedIn.

Simon was invited to join DadaMac's  weekly UK-Nigeria typed, Skyped meetings. More recently Simon has recemtly posted in the First Thursday Group.

Joyce Elemson

Joyce Elemson is a Nigerian UK-Based DadaMac Changemaker.