Dennis Ekwere is a professional youth practitioner, social activist and a blogger. He is an expert in designing, developing and implementing local youth programs for social change. He uses research and ICT to drive change. And is extremely developing interest on data management as a new force to drive social services in Nigeria and Africa. He is a certified Conflict Analyst, Mediator and a Paralegal. He has attended several workshops and facilitated many as facilitator in and outside Nigeria.
Having served voluntarily in several international and local NGOs across Africa and Nigeria as youth leader in youth-led and youth focused groups, he is ready to share experience that will upscale youth policy development in Africa to the world.
Dennis is exceedingly creative and can learn, adapt and apply solution to local problems fast. He loves team work and has greatly influenced children and young people, youths and women, policy makers and Government, through engaged discuss via articles write- ups and blogging posts that have yielded measurable impact. He blogs here- http://www.voice.com.ng
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- 2013 – Profiled through public opinion poll as “Unsung Hero” in Nigeria, by Daily Trust Newspaper.
- 2015 – Y-CAEV Ambassador by Commonwealth Youth Council.
- 2017 – Global People’s Summit Advocate/digital Ambassador by UN
- 2018 – Advisor, Global Media and Information Literacy, youth hackathon by UNESCO.
Gadah Sarki is Program Coordinator. He coordinates our local programs and helps in conceptualization to planning, execution and monitoring.He read Psychology and is a practising psychologist with specialty in drugs and substance abuse including conselling and rehabilitation.
Abdulmajeed Sule-Otu is the project manager and helps facilitate and outsourcing for donor support and fundraising activities of the organisation. He helps in managing all past and present projects and programs for evaluation. He also work to develop partnership with funders and the media.