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Ibrahim Yahaya Ibrahim

Ibrahim Yahaya Ibrahim
Early Warning Fellow: Mali
Regions at Risk: Preventing Mass Atrocities in Mali

May 15–October 31, 2017

Ibrahim Yahaya Ibrahim is a PhD candidate in Political Science and a research associate with the Sahel Research Group at the University of Florida. His academic interest relates to Comparative Politics, Islam and Politics, Political Stability, and International Development in the Francophone Sahelian countries. His current research focuses on political contestations and Islamic discourses in the Sahel, with particular focus on Mali, Niger and Mauritania. Ibrahim was a Fulbright grantee at the University of Florida from 2011 to 2013. He is the co-founder of Project Global Health, an non-profit that aims at improving health care provision in developing countries. From 2009 until 2011, he was the Executive Director of the Niger office of Al-basar International Foundation, an International NGO specialized in establishing ophthalmologic hospitals and running mobile eye clinics in the world.

Fellowship Project

Ibrahim Yahaya Ibrahim was the lead author on the Simon-Skjodt Center's report on risks of mass atrocities in Mali, titled “Regions at Risk: Preventing Mass Atrocities in Mali.”