Tasabeeh is a member of The Girl Generation's technical team, driving our end FGM efforts in Sudan. She has six years of experience in the non-profit sector, and a holder of a postgraduate degree in Science in Agricultural Biotechnology from the University of Khartoum, in Sudan. Tasabeeh's work experience covers child welfare program coordination, microfinance, and program coordination.
As a female youth leader from Sudan Tasabeeh has participated in numerous international human rights forums in India, Egypt, Tunisia, Ethiopia, and Jordan. She is passionate about community empowerment – Tasabih has worked on priority setting and engaging grassroots organisations to own their development and social change projects – especially in the field of fighting FGM/C.
Tasabeeh's anti-FGM work has evolved over the years building on her interpersonal communication, leadership and analytical skills. She started as a volunteer for a community-based organisation in her hometown of Tuti Island, and later transitioned into the position of Program Coordinator for a locally based International non-profit organisation. Her areas of interest include program management, grant management and reporting, advocacy and policy on youth and children rights, gender, education and event planning.