Nosike Adindu, Project Manager

Nosike Adindu

Nosike is the Project Manager for MannionDaniels’ International Programmes Unit in Abuja, Nigeria. He has six years’ experience working in international development across Africa and South Asia.

Nosike began his career as a Programme Assistant with AVO Health Limited in Nigeria. He later became a National Public Health Communication Assistant on the DFID-funded PATHS2 programme. In this role, he supported the Behavioural Change Communication Unit managed by MannionDaniels. He was also the Project Officer on a portfolio of projects across Africa and South Asia for MannionDaniels’ International Programmes Unit.

Nosike is currently responsible for providing oversight on a portfolio of programmes in Nigeria and Somalia. These include the DFID-funded MNCH2 project in northern Nigeria; the Somali National Strategy for the Development of Statistics; and the Nigeria Mandate and Stakeholder Mapping for the Operationalisation of the Presidential Committee on the North-East Initiative, both funded by the World Bank. He has also managed projects funded by the Asian Development Bank, DFID and UNICEF in Bangladesh, Somalia and Kenya.

Nosike volunteers with Arm the Child Foundation, tutoring English to refugee pupils. He holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs and Strategic Studies from the National Defence Academy, Kaduna State, Nigeria.