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Rahama Nantoumé

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Leader Rahama Nantoumé from 2019 Leaders Africa.


Rahama Nantoumé is a Project Officer for preventing radicalization in prison at Think Peace, an organization working on issues of governance, peace and security, and violent extremism. She works with penitentiary guards, terrorists, and violent extremist prisoners on deradicalization and reintegration programs. She is a One Young World Peace Ambassador, a 2017 alumni of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, and 2019 YouthLead Ambassador at Leave Noone Behind.

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