Ayodeji Rotinwa


Ayodeji Rotinwa is a writer, journalist who covers culture, development, and social innovation across Nigeria and beyond. He writes on topics such as health, governance, and social justice. He has been published in CNN, Financial Times, and The Guardian, among others. He can be found online @ayodejirotinwa.

Latest Articles

Uncertainty over PEPFAR support prompts concerns from HIV advocates in Nigeria
12 Jul 2018

PEPFAR's new strategy identifies 13 countries where it will accelerate efforts to achieve epidemic control. Nigeria, despite accounting for 9 percent of the global HIV burden, was not among them.

How Nigeria partners with tech companies to outwit drug counterfeiters
10 Jul 2018

Mobile authentication has curtailed fake antibiotics, antimalarials, and diabetes medications, Nigeria's drug agency says.

The 2 women entrepreneurs tackling maternal mortality in Nigeria
10 Jul 2018

Nigeria is the second largest contributor to the global maternal mortality rate. Adepeju Jaiyeoba and Temie Giwa-Tubosun, two entrepreneurs who faced complications in their own pregnancies, are now leveraging technology to address the gaps in skills and resources that cost many new mothers their lives across the West African country.