Georgina DUKE - Nigeria correspondent
Franco-Nigerian, based in Lagos since 2013.
Educated at Sciences Po Ottawa and MBA in ISC Paris. She is in love with Nigeria and with her sister, she opened, a publishing house that highlights children’s stories that celebrate Nigerian culture and its values. Beyond reading, she likes to learn: right now it’s golf and the world of Blockchain.
Hidden Talent: Georgina can find something in common with anyone.
Jean-Paul AKOMIAN KRAHIBOUE – Ivory coast correspondent
Jean Paul is versatile and full of imagination, he studied law, finance and English. He really enjoys learning and helping others. Touched by the Omnis Liber project, he is determined to bring children’s literature closer.
Hidden talent: Football
Obaid MAHDI – Afghanistan correspondent
Architect, urban planner and author.
A self-taught personal development enthusiast, Obaid is the Senior Development Advisor at Gahwara Organization. Gahwara is the only Afghan professional organization that provides free access to books for children in their mother tongue.
Providing books to the children of the world.