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Youth Participation at the Africa-Arab Regional Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction

By | October 22nd, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul Thanks for joining us for our latest chat. Today our CFP for Libya has offered to talk about the participation of youth in decision-making at the Africa-Arab Regional Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction 2018. Hello everone, I am Mohamed EDABBAR, Regional Focal Point (MENA) at United Nations Major Group for Children & Youth, (Communities [...]

First Call for NAYD Country Focal Points (CFPs) 2019

By | October 19th, 2018|INSPIRE|

NAYD is seeking CFPs for next year. To apply please send an email to help@nayd.org with a one paragraph summary of why you should be selected along with a brief CV and a photo. Tasks to include: A monthly report on country activities on youths, SDGs, civic space, development and rural communities Host a chat [...]

The Refugee Crisis in Sudan

By | October 18th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul Welcome to our latest open forum CFP chat. We warmly welcome Mahmoud Hilali, CFP for Sudan who will talk about the refugee crisis in Sudan. Please introduce yourself, tell us what you do and the issues facing refugees? Hello colleagues. I am a PhD student at the University of Basel, studying Epidemiology. I have [...]

The Challenges facing School Education in Mali

By | October 13th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul Welcome to our latest open forum chat with CFP for Mali Oumarou Baba Sidibé. Good morning everyone. Thanks for welcoming me today. I am Oumar Baba, a teacher and interpreter from Mali. I work as an activist to promote better education in my country. Paul Please tell us a little more about the organisation [...]

Africa Elevate – Call for Articles

By | October 8th, 2018|INSPIRE|

The Challenges facing Sustainable Youth Development in Somalia

By | October 8th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Welcome to our latest chat with DCFP for Somalia, Hassan Maalim.  Please tell us what you do Hassan? Our organisation does rural and urban youths capacity development for employment and productivity skills in agriculture and agro-processing and related business support services including provision of modern farming and fresh vegetables crops cultivation, harvesting, storage and marking [...]

HLPF, SDGs anniversary and Faces of Inequality Campaign

By | September 11th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Ingo Ritz, Director, Global Call to Action against Poverty Paul Welcome to our latest chat with guests Ingo and Kyerewa from White Band/Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP). As usual open forum format. Please feel free to ask questions anytime. The agenda is: Report on HLPF and follow ups Global Day of [...]

In Conversation with Kalejaiye Olasunkanmi, CFP Nigeria

By | September 5th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Kalejaiye Olasunkanmi Paul Welcome to our latest Open Forum meeting on the CFP chat. Our guest today is CFP for Nigeria, Kalejaiye Olasunkanmi. Thanks for offering to chat with us today Kalejaiye. Please introduce yourself and tell us what motivated you/your organisation to advocate for 'Primary Health Care under One Roof' Kalejaiye (CFP [...]

In Conversation with Dr Habsita Mahamat Abakar, DCFP Chad

By | August 28th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul Welcome to our latest Open Forum meeting on the CFP chat. Our guest today is DCFP for Chad, Dr Habsita Mahmat Abakar. Feel free to engage with her at any time. Thank you for giving up your time today Habsita. Please briefly introduce yourself and tell us what motivates you to work in Rural [...]

In Conversation with Wafa Hmadi, NAYD CFP Tunisia

By | August 19th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul Welcome to another Open Forum meeting on the CFP chat. I am delighted to welcome our guest today, Wafa Hmadi, NAYD CFP for Tunisia. Please feel free to ask questions and engage in conversation with her at any time. Thank you for giving up your time today Wafa. Why you are motivated by environmental [...]