The Mojatu Foundation empowers black and minority ethnic groups whose needs and voices go unheard.
We work directly with community members to give them the tools, skills and support they need to harness their skills.
Our work tackles discrimination and helps BME communities to have the skills and opportunities to feel like they belong within the community.
Our diverse community media which includes mojatu magazine and Radio, seeks to empower and represent the people who we work with
We are experts at engaging BME people on issues that affect them. Including mental health, knife crime and female genital mutilation.
Providing new migrants and refugees with the skills and training they need to integrate into life in the UK.
Dr ABE was born in Uganda and attended Medical School at Makerere University and as a refugee had to complete her degree at Manchester University Medical School. She is an associate member on the All Parliamentary Party Group on FGM and an FGM specilialist supporting survivors.
Jackie Morris, Councillor, Sheriff of Nottingham Councillor Jackie Morris is the current Sheriff of Nottingham and former Lord Mayor of Nottingham representing Bulwell. She is Mojatu’s Nottingham FGM Ambassador and women’s rights activist.
Valentine Nkoyo is the head of our group at Mojatu. Valentine founded the Mojatu foundation in 2014 and has raised awareness in her community to support young people and women. Focusing on health, education and media.
Veronica pickering has several nominations and is our head ambassador at Mojatu. Veronica’s efforts has made the nottingham community more supportive, bringing the community closer together.
Shalom is our FGM project leader at Mojatu. She is a law LLB, International law LLM graduate and a PhD aspirant focusing on tackling approaches towards FGM.
Dr Carol McCormick has political and supportive connections within Nottingham.