Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Stephen Machua

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Stephen Machua is a 23 years old Kenyan with wide experience in volunteerism and social media. He completed a Finance degree in April 2014. As the Co-Founder of Change Mind Change Future, a youth led NGO based in Kenya; he is able to directly empower young people socially and economically with the help of over [...]

Paul Shaw

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Paul Shaw has been active with NAYD since it started in March 2007. Pochi Tamba, NAYD's founder, sowed the seeds then of 'holding hands' and 'together is better' - she recognised that it was only through co-operation and collaboration that African Youth could help solve the continent's and humanity's urgent problems. What we now have [...]

Tinashe Dirwal

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Tinashe Lindel Dirwai is an open minded hard driver, convergent thinker, volunteer, and peer motivator, social entrepreneur with knowledge of web and software design. He volunteers with NAYD by designing debate web posters and participating in online debates. Tinashe has a strong belief that Africa is the global giant awakening from its slumber. Tinashe strongly [...]

Jean Paul Brice Affana

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Jean Paul Brice Affana is a Youth and Action Instructor trained by the Ministry of Youth Affairs of Cameroon. His fields of interest and strong experiences include social development, climate change, sustainable development, intercultural dialogue, peace-building, youth empowerment and development, and human rights. Jean Paul is the Coordinator of youth-led NGO Vital Actions for Sustainable [...]

Eric Mwangi

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Eric Mwangi is the Climate Change Blogger and Opinion Writer with the Network of African Youths for Development (NAYD), where I frequently write on climate change issues. I am also an Eco-Blogger with What's Your Impact (WYI), an environmental awareness group based in Canada whose main goal is to inform people around the world about [...]

Judyannet Muchiri

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Judyannet is an African crusader and change maker who thinks that Africa is an equal participant in global affairs in all spheres and should be treated as such. She is a community activist who champions community development projects in her community and beyond. She seeks to develop impactful partnerships with organizations and individuals working in [...]

James Gondwe

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

James Gondwe is a Community Development student, a youth worker, human rights, environmental, climate justice activist from Malawi. He has a strong background in youth work; youth development project planning and Youth Capacity Building programmes; Community mobilization; Human Rights and advocacy; HIV and AIDS Behaviour Change; obtained from over five years of Involvement in development [...]

Christian Tabifor

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

Christian Tabifor is the Chief Editor of the INSPIRE magazine. He also runs an NGO called Benevolent Association for the Protection of the Environment and the Socially Underprivileged abbreviated “BAPESU”, a nongovernmental organisation created in 2005 with the objective to underpin social, cultural, economic development, biodiversity conservation and environmental protection. It is not-for-profit and apolitical [...]

Anthony Kevin

By | February 8th, 2017|OUR TEAMS|

NNADI Anthony Kevin an Economic strategist and development practitioner is based in Nigeria. He is the founder and Executive Director of the International Center for Accelerated Development (ICAD), an NGO working with women, children and youths in rural areas and urban slums through four thematic areas - Health, ICT for rural development, Human right and [...]

#NAYDSDGs team lead Uganda, Caroline Owashaba, is awarded the Women’s World Summit Foundation annual Prize for Women’s Creativity in Rural Life 2016

By | February 2nd, 2017|NAYDSDGs|

Caroline Owashaba - Uganda An Entrepreneur for Adding Value and Self Reliance Caroline Owashaba (30) has begun many initiatives in her community, such as creating the International Day of the Girl Child recognition awards, and founding Action for Youth Development Uganda, a youth led organization that promotes gender equality, social justice, sexual reproductive health and [...]