Batilloi Warritay is a C4D Specialist with extensive experience in East, West, Central and Southern Africa. As UNICEF Chief of Communication in Angola and Nigeria, he designed and implemented multi-media strategic plans, advocacy and media products. His skills are in national communication policy design, strategic planning, media campaigning and materials development.
As UN Resident Coordinator and UNICEF Deputy Representative in Sao Tome and Principe, Batilloi coordinated multi-agency strategic programmes that halved infant mortality and malaria and strengthened girls’ education. He worked with UNICEF and government teams in social mobilization for the Ebola eradication campaigns. As a broadcaster and theatre director, he initiated the UNICEF Theatre for Development for Children’s Rights programmes and training manuals. An American and Sierra Leonean citizen, Batilloi also serves as Chairman of the West African Democracy Radio, a network of community radio stations.