Christina holds a Master degree in Political Science from Lund University with focus on Human Trafficking and International Criminal Law. She has also studied International Criminal Policy at the University of Ghent, Belgium.
Since 2011, Christina has worked within the field of organized crime prevention and has lectured internationally, written papers and co-authored a book within the subject. She has worked for several different international organisations with the prevention of Human Trafficking and Forced Labour, focusing mainly on Europe and West-Africa and been a member of EU- expert groups on trafficking. Currently she is based at the Institute for Security and Development Policy in Stockholm, Sweden.
During her MA-studies Christina had an internship at the International Organization for Migration in Accra, Ghana, and wanted to stay some of the time in a slum area. Emmanuel K. Aheto, a resident of Nima, offered her a shed to stay. When he passed away a few months later Christina wanted to honour his fight for the slum-children and came up with the idea of Project Nima.
Christina also has a career as a fashion model and has worked all over Europe and in the US.
Charles Eyram Kwabla Sablah
Country Manager Ghana
My name is Charles Eyram Kwabla Sablah. Born 1st November 1983 in Nima.
Why I want to work with Project Nima is because I got to know Christina through a brother who was passionate about helping kids but he had no means. After staying in Nima for a while my dear friend Christina brought out an idea to help, and she came up with Project Nima and I happen to be living in Nima without any employment so I wanted to help her achieve her aim of giving back to the Nima people through exchange programs with students from Sweden. I am happy to be associated with Project Nima because it doesn’t just give to the kids in Nima, they can also give back. They are involved in beads making and paintings which are sent to Sweden to also help the kids there. It’s more like give and take and its also sharing and caring among the children involved. I will always make myself available to push the core objectives of Project Nima. Thank you.
Christian is an entrepreneur and works today as advisor within communication. Christian is in charge of the cooperation with schools and companies in Sweden.
Teresia has a M.Sc in political science with a focus on international relations, human rights and anti-trafficking. She has previously worked for children’s rights and against human trafficking. She finds the founding idea behind Project Nima extremely important; all children have the right to be free and we can all contribute to make the world a better place.
Jonas holds a degree in photography from Gamleby Fotoskola, Sweden. He has also studied in Stockholm, with focus on the fields of advertisment and magazine. Jonas is born and raised in Norrköping. Today, he lived in Stockholm where he works as a freelance photographer.
I’m part of Project Nima because I believe that regardless of background, everyone should have a chance to realize their dreams. This has always been natural for me and therefore I also think it is natural to help others achieve their dreams.
Per was born in Dalarna and is today a successful and acclaimed entrepreneur. He is known as the founder of Odd Molly. Giving the recognition of his success he is a highly sought after public speaker and his commentary and his writings figure prominently in the media. Per is an ambassadeur for Project Nima because he believes in every humans right to follow their dreams.
My name is Claire Rosvall, I was born in Belgium 1950, mother of four, married to Swedish Per Rosvall and I have lived in several countries in Europe and South Africa. I came to Sweden 1983.
I studied economy in Brussels, logistic and statistic in Pretoria. I am the founder and was the executive director under the first twelve years of Stiftelsen Min Stora Dag, a foundation granting wishes and organizing activities for children at the Swedish hospitals. I live with my husband in the south of France since 2012 when we retired.
I met Christina in 2012 when she had a charity activity with the children of Nima in support of the children of Min Stora Dag. Christina’s dedication to opening the minds of the children of Nima to the rest of the world appealed strongly to my lifelong interest for underprivileged children. It is a great honor to be an ambassador and mentor for Project Nima. Meeting Christina and listening to her passionate reports of her accomplishments with the children of Nima has changed my life. I am going to do my best to spread the word about Project Nima and help Christina in her important mission.
Att vara ambassadör för Projekt Nima i Ghana innebär att man står bakom Projekt Nimas värderingar och hjälper till att stöda och sprida dessa. Ambassadörerna har direktkontakt med Christina och andra i Projekt Nima och är en länk mellan organisationen och skolan. De förmedlar budskap samt väcker tankar och diskussioner i klassrummen. Barnen bildar mindre grupper och jobbar med frågor som rör självkänsla, värderingar, livsförändringar och hur man gör kan göra världen till en lite bättre plats.
Våra ambassadörer i Ghana är:
My name is Hawa Sumaila. I am 13 years of age. I come from Ghana and live at Mamobi, Nima. I am a Nima Ambassador because I want to help people so that we all can live in peace and love. If we don’t help other people, then no one would help them. We cannot think someone else will do it, because someone else might be you. I help people to stop stealing and smoking. I can help both rich and poor people in the world. I can also help people in other countries. If I did not help them, we can not be friends.
Afi Patience Anani
I am 12 years of age. I am from Togo. I fled to Nima with my family. I now live in Nima. I want to be a Project Nima ambassador because I want to help sad people all over the world, especially in Sweden and in Ghana.
My name is Fofone. I am 13 years old. I come from Togo. But I now live in Achimota, Nima. I want to be a Project Nima ambassador because I want to help children who do not have a mother or father. I want to help people in every country in the world. I would also like to help people that come from Togo.
My name is Seter. I am 11 years old. I come from Togo. My family left to go to Ghana, for safety. I now live in Nima. I want to be an ambassador for Project Nima because I want to make people happy. And I want to help people who are sick. Also sick people in Sweden. Because when you are sick the only thinhg you want is to feel good again. I can help with that, just like everyone else.
My name is Stephanie. .I am 13 years old. I come from Togo. I live in Mamobi, Nima in Ghana. I want to be an ambassador of Project Nima because I want to be a part of helping other people in the world. Also in Sweden. I want to do change.
My name is Jeffrey Darko. I am 12 years old. I come from the Eastern region in Ghana. I stay in Nima. The reason why I want to be a Nima ambassador is that I would like to help people both in my country and in other countries.
My name is Samiru. I am 12 years old. My family comes from Burkina Faso and we now live in Nima, Ghana. I want to be an ambassador of Project Nima because I want to help people who do not have money. I also want to help people who have money with other things, for example to be happy.
My name is Samira. I am 12 years old. I come from Burkina Faso. But my family left Burkina Faso and we now liv in Nima, Ghana. I want to be an ambassador for Project Nima because I want to help people to feel happy, in all countries. Both rich and poor. There is so many terrible things that are happening in the world. And no one can do everything, because that would be too much, too big. But if everyone in the world did something small for someone who has it worse. Then all those small things would become one big thing. And that is why it is so important that we all do something to help eachother.
I am 13 years old. I come from Kwahu in the Eastern Region. I live in Nima, Accra. I am an ambassador of Project Nima because if you are an ambassador you have to help people in your community. For example people who smoke and the sick people. You also have to help the blind people, if they ask you for money you should give them some to help. Because they really need it. If someone in need ask you for money and you say you do not have any, eventhough you have plenty, that is bad. And if you are an ambassador and do such a thing to someone you are not a good ambassador.
My name is Falila. I am 13 years old. I am from Togo. I live in Nima. I want to be a Project Nima Ambassador because I really want to help people. Especially in Sweden, Togo, Burkina Faso and Benin. But I want to help everyone. We can all do something to help. Also me. I want to get to know friends from everywhere and together make the world nicer.
My name is Priscilla and I am 13 years old. I come from Nima and I live in Nima. I want to be an ambassador because I want to help sick people. I want to do something to help them feel better. I want to be a part of change.
My name is Fawaz D.Zato I am 13 years old. I come from Togo and live at Mamobi, Nima. I want to be an ambassador because I want to help people in my country and in other countries.
Kone Abdul Kade
My name is Kone. I am 12 years old. I come from Ivory Coast. But we fled from Ivory Coast as it was not safe. But only me and my father came to Ghana. My mother died. And my brother is still there with my grandparents. One day we will find them. But for now it is just me and my father. I want to be an ambassador at Project Nima because I want to be a part of good change in the world. I want to help sick children in Sweden by doing beads. And I want to help children in Ghana so they can go to school and be with their families. I really want to be an ambassador and see the people in the world. I want to create change and help others and I can do that by being an ambassador for Project Nima.
My name is Sadiya Haruna. I am 11 years of age. I come from Burkina Faso. We left for safety. I now live in Nima, Ghana. I am a Nima ambassador because I want to help people so that we can live and peace and unity. If I did not help them, then who will?
I can help anybody. It does not matter if you are rich or poor. If you are rich I can help you by giving you advice. And advice you if you are doing the wrong thing. If you are poor I can help by making beads and sell it to give money in other countries.
My name is Aleter. I am 13 years old and I come from Togo I live in Nima. I want to help people who are sick. I would like to help my mother by doing charity work also at home. That is why I want to be an ambassador at Project Nima.