Our Team

OUR EXPERIENCE, BACKGROUND AND SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS THAT MAKE US UNIQUE

We have a crop of Facilitators that are highly trained and very experienced in training and organisation transformation methodologies, some of whom were trained by UN-ILO Turin Centre, Italy as Training and Organizational Transformation Consultants, and by the Institute of Cultural Affairs, among others.


HAGENS is a new organisation with Directors from different organizations who have applied the ToP methodology in different establishments both in public and private organizations and community-based groups. They have experienced transformations both in their personal lives and organizations e.g. The late Post-master General of NIPOST, Alhaji Argungu, confessed to us in 2002 that this programme that we executed for them in 1992/93 enabled them to build their huge headquarters in Abuja without government subvention or loan from anywhere!

  • Name: ANIGHORO, HANNAH EYITEMI (MRS)
  • Nationality: Nigeria
  • Position: Executive Director/Operations
  • M.Sc. Management, (Unilag), B.Sc.(Hons) Econs, (UI), ToP & Facilitation Training (Institute of Cultural Affairs, Canada), Member: Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM), International Association of Facilitators (IAF), Old Student , Federal Government College, Odogbolu.

Qualifications

  • M.Sc Management, University of Lagos 2010
  • B.Sc. (Hons) Economics, University of Ibadan 1987
  • Advanced Level & O level, Federal Government College, Odogbolu 1979 & 1977 respectively

Membership

  • Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)
  • Member, International Association of Facilitators (IAF) – USA
  • Vice President for Africa and Europe,the Institute of Cultural Affairs International (ICAI) Montreal, Canada 2004 – 2008
  • Old Student, Federal Governmentt College, Odogbolu.

Summay (20 Years Experience)

Mrs. Anighoro is the Executive Director, Operations in charge of programs design, development and implementation, facilitating Organizational Transformation programmes, workshops & seminars, among others.


Mrs. Anighoro worked with different organizations at Management levels. She still heads Esto Perpetua Development Initiative, a non for profit organization carrying out life changing and transformation programs for both individuals and organizations across the country, using unique process skills vital to the achievement of the organisation's objectives.


She is involved in the coordination of, and participation in:

  • the development and implementation of training programmes for various groups/organisations
  • Facilitating Organizational Transformation programmes
  • • Community development interface projects (Community Driven Development Approach using ToP & PRA Techniques)
  • Youth Development programmes -Training of In-school youth in Life Skills and Sexuality Education and other Youth Empowerment seminars
  • Facilitation of Participatory Strategic Planning Workshops
  • Project feasibility studies, Analysis, Management, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Facilitating Leadership and General Management programs for different organizations
  • Overseeing the Organisation, & Liaising with organizations and partners

In Nigerian Integrated Rural Accelerated Development Organisation (NIRADO), she was involved in building the capacity of the poorest of the poor, using participatory and "bottom-up" approach to develop community driven development plans across the country; working with youth and carrying out organizational transformation programs for corporate organisations. Held various positions until 2004 when I became Director of Operations in the organisation.


In Prime Management Systems (1988 – 1997), she participated in:

  • The development and implementation of both open and in-plant training programmes
  • Project feasibility studies
  • Facilitating Organisation Transformation programmes, among others.
  • Apart from her extensive in-house experience, she has undergone training in various programmes, including the Technology of Partidipation (ToP) facilitation methods with the Chicago based Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) which is organizing and managing the NIRADO project in Nigeria..