Adjmal Dulloo joined the G77 in October 2008. He graduated with a degree in Sociology and Social Psychology from the University of Essex. He has been part of a project working with orphaned children in Nairobi using art as a tool to help them express their daily lives. He has also been working on the issue of child labour in Agriculture with the Gender Equity and Rural Employment division in FAO. He has also worked with the Marketing and Management department of Bioversity International and the Institutional Learning and Change (ILAC).
Jimena Gómez joined the G77 in June 2010. She was born in Argentina where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Business Management. She has been always interested in applying communication and economic theories to the challenging world of the social organizations. She has been a part of the fundraising and communications team of the Catholic Relief Services in Argentina, she has been a part of a free lance communication and fund raising agency, empowering many NGOs in Argentina in searching creative ways of accomplishing their missions. She believes that the acceptance and respect of the differences will bring peace and union to the world.
Areej Atalla joined the G77 in October 2010 as an Arabic consultant. She was born and raised in Palestinian refugee camp of Jabalia in Palestine where she obtained her bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering. Her work with Italian Cooperation International Organization (COOPI) implementing Emergency Projects for poor and hungry people in Palestine led her to have her Masters Degree in "International Policies and Crisis Management" from La Sapienza University of Rome.
Previous G77 Consultants
Dia' Sunna left the G77 in August 2010 and is now working in Jordan
Carolaine Pino left the G77 in June 2010 and is now living in Burkina Faso.
Bernadette Mukonyora left the G77 in October 2009 and now working in IFAD.
Laura Khiari-Loubiere left the G77 in July 2009 and now working in the Technical Cooperation Department at FAO.
Dave Bevan left the G77 in January 2009 and is now working in London.
Tim Ellis left the G77 in July 2008 and is currently studying towards a Masters Degree.
Tariq Kazemi is now working for the World Health Organisation as an information officer
Ben Myers is now working for the Royal Bank of Scotland as an economist.
Sabina Bekto left the G77 in October 2007.