Yakubu Fatimata is professional Nurse at the Savelugu Municipal Hospital in the Northern part of Ghana. She is hardworking, self motivated and a passionate leader who strives to empower young women and also to resolve health related problems in rural communities.
She is a young lady who aims to eradicate maternal and child mortality in the Northern part of Ghana.
Fatimata is currently the Cama Northern Regional chairperson, Cama Ambassador, Transition Advisory Group (TAG) board member at Camfed and the founder of Safe Motherhood Ghana; a non governmental organization founded to address reproductive health issues and eradicate maternal and child mortality. She doubles as a gender activist and an advocate for women empowerment.
She provides antenatal services, reproductive health education to students in the rural areas, raising community awareness on reproductive health and women empowerment. She outreaches through the Radio, Facebook, community and school advocacies in order to promote health and prevent diseases and also empower women.
Fatimata believes that she is beautiful, she is appreciated and she can change the world because the hands that stirs a pot can equally rule the nation. She is by all standards a role model worthy of emulation.