Financing for Development in Africa

By Biodun Awosusi

We are really glad to nominate five brilliant young people from the network to be part of the Youth Advocacy Group for Education First, the UN Secretary-General’s Global Initiative on Education. These are dynamic young Africans working to increase access to education, improve the quality of education and foster global citizenship. They were carefully selected from the numerous request for nominations we received. We look forward to positive response from the UN Youth Advocacy Group Selection Committee.

Here is a short bio of each person in his/her words:

Adebayo Ayobami Emmanuel (Nigeria)

I am currently a 500 level Medical student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, who is interested in contributing my quota to the process of making the world a better place to live in for the entire human race, both poor and rich.

In the year 2011, I, as the Local Organizing Chairman of the…

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