Salah Ag Moussa holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from the Centre of Languages and Professional Studies (CELPS) in Accra, Ghana. Prior to work as an adviser on the Nomadic zone for a local govnernance project run by the NGO GARDL, he was an adviser on peacebuilding training for the NGO Aide à l’Enfant du Désert et du Sahel (AEDS) in the Timbuktu and Gao regions. In addition, Salah has worked with the NGO Cabinet de Recherche Action pour le Développement Endogène (CRADE) on a programme for the protection of minors. He also serves as president of the communal youth council of the Anchawadj commune and he is a member of the local youth council of the Gao region. Salah joined HD in 2018 as Mediation Adviser in Mali.
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