Mohammed Ibrahim

2016 Fellow from Nigeria

Mohammed Ibrahim is a town planning officer and volunteer for the deaf. He has gained considerable experience working with the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing as well as associations for disabled persons. In town planning since April 2014, he has been involved in designing layouts for low-cost housing developments and undertaking development-control exercises to ensure that new buildings conform with approved planning standards. For over five years, he has volunteered for the betterment of the deaf community. Mohammed holds a Bachelor of Technology in Urban and Regional Planning from Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, Nigeria. He plans to set up a think-tank platform for the promotion of low-income housing advocacy, for public-private partnerships for low-income housing delivery, and to advocate for the inclusion of disability access in building codes.

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