Lubem Shadrach is the co-founder and program coordinator of Mentor Africa Development Initiative (MADI), a local non-governmental organization in Yola, the capital of Nigeria’s north-eastern state , Adamawa.
His NGO’s mission focus on using technology to provide out of school children and public schools with free access to quality education and resources.
He provides access to the internet and beginners education in coding and software engineering for out-of-school girls through his northern girls codes initiatives
The initiative has trained 36 girls and 40 young adult women, 5 of whom are internally displaced.
He also put more effort to engage the children who are victims of the Boko Haram insurgency, in internally displaced persons (IDP) camps through ‘Chess Mistress’, a chess, scrabble and movie screening event that has engaged over 86 children.
He was awarded for Education nominee in the Future Awards Africa 2018.