Coordinator - Association des Femmes Peules Autochtones du Tchad

Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim is an indigenous woman from Mbororo pastoralist community of Chad; She is a Coordinator of the Peul Indigenous Women and Peoples Association of Chad (AFPAT) “Association des Femmes Peules et peuples Autochtones du Tchad.

Hindou is a co-chair of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC). She is also a member of the Executive committee of the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC), with a background in indigenous peoples’ rights and environment protection through the three Rio Conventions (Biodiversity, Climate Change and Desertification) with multiple responsibilities.

Many publications, consultations, articles and documents write in these areas. Hindou is Expert in adaptation and mitigation of Indigenous Peoples on Climate Change, traditional knowledge and the adaptation of pastoralists in Africa, expert on women and climate change in Africa. Also she represented world CSO at the Paris agreement signature. She is CSO panel member of UNCCD and she is Policy board Member of the United Nations- Indigenous Peoples Partnership (UNIPP).

Hindou is member of Reseau Climat & Development and REDD+ RPP Chad National committee. She is a Co-Chair of the Pan-African Alliance Climate Justice (PACJA). She organizes 5 International workshops in Chad, the 5 pass years on Sciences knowledge and traditional knowledge, she conduit a 3D participatory mapping with UNESCO, IPACC, CTA, CI and Chad government. She coordinated indigenous peoples at the Paris Agreement negotiation for climate change with result of 5 references of indigenous peoples demands. She works on the 3 UN languages, French, English and Arabic and her mother tongue Fulfulde.

Twitter Account : @hindououmar

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