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Civil society representatives, government officials & academia

Name

Function

Date

Format

Place

Mrs Aysha Ahmed Hassan

President of FOMWAN, Federation of Muslim Women Nigeria

15/07/2009

Interview

Kano Office FOMWAN, Kano

Mrs Mariam Asabai Bala Borodo

Vice-president Muslim Sisters Organisation of Nigeria

15/07/2009

Interview

Muslim Sisters Organisation of Nigeria, Kano Office, Kano

Mrs Jamila Ibrahim- Yahaya

Secretary General Muslim Sisters Organisation of Nigeria

Reverend Samuel Enaboakpe

COCFOCAN, Coalition of Community-based Organisations Focused On Child Almajirai In Nigeria

16/07/2009

Interview

COCFOCAN, Sharada, Kano

Dr Habu Mohammed

Assistant Director Centre for Democratic Research and Training

17/07/2009

Interview

Centre for Democratic Research and Training, Mambayya House, Kano

Mallam Murtala Abubakar Ringin

Research Fellow Centre for Democratic Research and Training

Muhammed A. Sharif

Director of Enlightenment Department, Sharia Commission

20/07/2009

Interview

Sharia Commission, Kano

Sani Idris Baba

Director of Education Department

Prof Abdalla Uba Adamu

Professor at Bayero University Kano

23/07/2009
26/07/2009

Interview

At his house, Municipal LGA, Kano

Dr Haruna Wakili

Director Mambaya House

24/07/2009

Interview

Centre for Democratic Research and Training, Mambayya House, Kano

Aminu Muhammed Fagge

University Lecturer at Bayero University Kano

25/07/2009

Interview

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano City

Mallam Adamu Kiyawa

27/08/2009

Interview

Gateway International School, Tarauni LGA, Kano

Anonymous

Primary school teacher

27/08/2009

Interview

Tarauni LGA, Kano

Dr Bashir Galadanchi

Commissioner for Science and Technology

07/09/2009

Interview

Ministry of Education, Gidan Murtala, Kano

Qur’anic teachers

Name

Function

Date

Format

Place

Mallam Usman

Qur’anic teacher

19/07/2009
25/07/2009
06/08/2009

Interview

Mallam Usman’s school, Tarauni LGA, Kano

Mallam Muhammed Sarana

Qur’anic teacher

21/07/2009

Interview

Garun Mallam, Kano State

Mallam Hamza

Qur’anic teacher, school director

26/07/2009

Interview

Makarantar Mallam Hamza, Municipal LGA, Kano City

Mallam Ni’imatullah Rabiu

Qur’anic teacher

05/08/2009

Interview

Makarantar Fatuhul Islam, Masallacin Yar’akwa, Unguwa Uku, Kano

Mallam Gali

Qur’anic teacher

11/08/2009
17/08/2009
30/08/2009
23/09/2009

Interview

Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano City

Mallam Muhammed Hamiz

Qur’anic teacher, teacher of the Almajirai

12/09/2009

Interview

Makarantar Mallam Hamza, Municipal LGA, Kano City

Fathers of Almajirai

Name

Function

Date

Format

Place

Mallam Hussaini

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

09/09/2009

Interview

Ƙunchi village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano state

Mallam Ali

Father of Almajirai

09/09/2009

Interview

Ƙunchi village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano state

Mallam Ibrahim and bystanders

Father of Almajirai

09/09/2009

Interview

Ƙunchi village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano state

Mallam Haruna

Father of Almajirai & retired Qur’anic teacher

16/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Suleiman, and his father

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

16/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Haruna

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

16/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Hamza

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

16/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Sani-Umar, bystanders

Father not sending his children on Almajirci & Qur’anic teacher

16/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Isa

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Saibu

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Mahammadi-Difari

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Awal

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Abdul-Samadu

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Salisu

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Mallam Shehu

Father of Almajirai & Qur’anic teacher

17/09/2009

Interview

Sodawa village, Ƙunchi LGA, Kano State

Almajirai

Name

Function

Date

Format

Place

Tasi’u (ca. 17)
Abdulaziz (ca. 12)
Ibrahim (ca. 11)
Isa (ca. 10)
Sunusi (ca. 17)

Almajirai, Mallam Usman’s school

06/08/2009

Group interview

Mallam Usman’s school, Tarauni LGA, Kano

Abdulhadi (ca. 9)
Abdullahi (11)
Nasiru (13)
Musa (ca. 9)
Maharazu (ca. 8)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

11/08/2009

Painting activity and conversation about paintings

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Muktar (ca. 11)
Aminu (14)
Musa (ca. 11)
Bilya (ca. 14)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

15/08/2009

Painting activity and conversation about paintings

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Sadik (ca. 11)

Day-student, Mallam Hamza’s school

Shehu (ca. 16)
Abubakar (16)
Ibrahim (ca. 16)
Auwal (19)
Ibrahim (24)
Musa (18)
Salmanu (18)
Yakubu (19)
Mikailu (20)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

19/08/2009

Focus-group discussion

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Isma’ila (13)
Abubakar (11)
Bashir (12)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

21/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Nasiru (15)
Yakubu (ca. 20)
Dahiru (early twenties)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

21/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Salmanu (18)
Ibrahim (24)
Auwal (19)
Musa (18)

Almajiri, Mallam Hamza’s school

22/08/2009

Focus-group discussion

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Muktar (ca. 11)
Bilya (ca. 14)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

23/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Bashir (18)
Safiyanu (19)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

23/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Habibu (15)
Ibrahim (13)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

23/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Maharazu (ca. 8)
Abdullahi (11)

Almajirai Mallam Hamza’s school

24/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Musa (ca. 9)
Musa (ca. 11)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

24/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Nasiru (14)
Abdulhadi (ca. 9)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

24/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Auwal (ca. 12)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

25/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Aminu (14)

Yakubu (19)
Mikailu (20)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

26/08/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Ibrahim (24)
Murtala (early twenties)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

01/09/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Salmanu (18)
Auwal (19)
Jamilu (19)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

01/09/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Isma’ila (13)
Abubakar (11)
Bashir (12)
Shu’aibu (10)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

02/09/2009

Drama

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Abubakar (10)

Mallam Gali’s son

Bashir (ca. 16)

Almajiri, Mallam Gali’s school

03/09/2009

Interview

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Bashir (12)
Abubakar (11)
Shu’aibu (10)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

03/09/2009

“Radio interview”

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Nura (late teens)
Isma’ila (13)
Dahiru (late teens)
Nasiru (15)
Bashir (ca. 16)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

03/09/2009

“Radio interview”

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Sani-Musa (24)
Jamilu (19)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

08/09/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Habibu (15)
Ibrahim (13)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

09/09/2009

“Radio interview”

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Habibu (15)
Isma’ila (13)
Abubakar (11)
Ibrahim (13)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

12/09/2009

“Radio interview”

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Ibrahim (ca. 16)
Abubakar (16)
Shehu (ca. 16)

Almajirai, Mallam Hamza’s school

12/09/2009

Group discussion of photographs

Mallam Hamza’s school, Municipal LGA, Kano

Isma’ila (13)

Almajiri, Mallam Gali’s school

14/09/2009

“Radio interview”

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Shu’aibu (10)
Bashir (12)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

17-18/09/2009

“Radio interview”

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Ibrahim (13)
Bashir (12)
Shu’aibu (10)

Almajirai, Mallam Gali’s school

22/09/2009

Group interview

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Habibu (15)

Almajiri, Mallam Gali’s school

23/09/2009

Interview

My house, Sabuwar Ƙofa, Municipal LGA, Kano

Mustapha (ca. 14)

Almajiri begging for money on the street

23/09/2009

Interview

See Sweet Bakery, Nassarawa LGA, Kano

Sani (ca. 13)
Muhammed (ca. 13)
Audi (ca. 13)

Almajirai begging for money on the street

23/09/2009

Group interview

See Sweet Bakery, Nassarawa LGA, Kano

Auwal (ca. 10)
Abdul-Rahman (ca. 7)

Almajirai begging for money on the street

23/09/2009

Group interview

See Sweet Bakery, Nassarawa LGA, Kano

Yahaya (ca.14)
Idris (ca. 11)

Almajirai begging for money on the street

24/09/2009

Group interview

Motor Park Mallam Kato, Nassarawa LGA, Kano

Yakuba (ca. 10)
Nura (ca. 11)

Almajirai begging for money on the street

24/09/2009

Group interview

Motor Park Mallam Kato, Nassarawa LGA, Kano

Bashir (ca. 12)
Isma’il (ca. 16)
Saminu (ca. 12)

Almajirai begging for money on the street

24/09/2009

Group interview

Motor Park Mallam Kato, Nassarawa LGA, Kano

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