Birthday: April 25,1982
Education: GCSE O LEVEL
Occupation: Youth Rights Advoctor
What is your vision of a world that works for everyone?
A world wher the rights of every human being would be recognised, respected and promoted. Where the distribution of resources shall be even and equal regardless of any discrepancies what so ever.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
Poverty is scalling up as the underlying cause to most of the problems faced in the developnig world.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
Empowerment is the vital tool that we could solve this problem. By empowering the communities they will be able to identify gaps and devlop strategies for intervention.
I am a young Malawian aged 20. I am the first born of a family of two children. Currently i am staying with my mother in Lilongwewhich is the capital city of Malawi.
Iam an outgoing person and am very interested in interaction among my peers in all fields of concern ranging from sports to business. I am very fond and believe in information sharing. I believe know this is the best way of mitigating problems that we are facing in or respective areas but also the information provides space for improvemnt of development endeavours that are/can be undertaken in specific area.
In addition to this i like playing volleyball that is my primary sport and a little foootball. I also enjoy reading and writing. Many of the books that i read are based on communication, leadership and management. This assists me very in planning, organising and executing programs and projects that are impact related especially to young people. I also like to watch movies especially detective movies thrillers and a little bit of comedy here and there.
My leadership experience is five years old as of now. I started out as a club leader for an anti AIDS club in my school where i was the club chairman. From there I entered the youth organisation that I am currently leading as a president for the Junior steering committee which ran programs for young people at the youth Centre the organisation has for a project. From the junior president I was recruited into the secretariate as an accounts assisstant later on to the adminnistrative assistant a post I have held for a year and a half. Later last year the board of trustees appointed me to be the organisations executive director, a post I am holding to date.
Briefly these are some the achievements that i have done in the my life:
* Planned and conducted a Map kap survey on Youth Friendly Health Services
* Participated in a Voluntary Counselling and Testing survey as an enumerator
* Participated in an Adolescent girls Reproductive Health study as an enumerator
* Participated in Impact of food Crisis on Reproductive Health Services as a supervisor
* Underwent a leadership course
* Underwent a proposal development course
* Currently developing atraining manual on Gender and HIV/AIDS
* Currently Director of my organisation.