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Adetokunbo Mumuni
Executive Director
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Program (SERAP) plays a leading role in the long fight for transparency in Nigeria and in building jurisprudence around access to information. SERAP’s committed team of activists, lawyers, and journalists leverages domestic and international human rights law to boost transparency, accountability, and protect social and economic rights. Since its establishment in 2004, SERAP has combined research and advocacy with public impact and strategic litigation to expose corruption and protect the rights of Nigerian citizens. Learn more about why we invested in SERAP
SECTOR
Nonprofit
GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS
Africa
INVESTMENT LEAD
Ory Okolloh
TOTAL COMMITTED
$240,000(2018)