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Introducing myself and my journal: the Ray

About Me:
Raymond ukwa is a leading Advocate for Nigeria and also a development knowledge facilitator.
He believes sustainable development is not the sole responsibility of the Government, but young people need to play key roles to reduce poverty and hunger and increase the standard of living in Nigeria and the world at large.
He has vast experiences in volunteer programs. He was a youth Volunteer for stude...
nts Advocacy on MDGs, in Abia State Eastern Nigeria. He was a youth Volunteer trainer on the awareness, sensitization and reduction of HIV/AIDS in Abia state supported by the NYSC and USAID.
He was a youth volunteer speaker in the U.N millennium campaign Stand-Up Take Action events in which about 117 million people in 137 countries across the world participated in almost 8 thousand registered events. More than 40 million of this were from 42 African countries in 2008.
He currently serves in The International Youth Council Nigeria, as the Chairperson Abia state chapter, a world Youth Alliance fellow, One Young World fellow, a fellow in the Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Director of Pubic relations in the Agape force team, a co-founder and chief Executive Officer Of the Golden Eagles Foundation For the Youths, the grand pioneer of THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE GIRL CHILD INITIATIVE just to mention, but a few.
He has numerous awards in human service and contributions to youth development.

My Passions:

My Areas of Expertise:
youth development


Greengirl's picture

Welcome Raymond!

Welcome to World Pulse! You are now part of a thriving community of grassroots women leaders and supporters from 190 countries. See the World Pulse Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community:

You can also Visit our 2012 initiative, Ending Violence Against Women Digital Action Campaign to learn how World Pulse delivered grassroots women's testimonies, solutions, and visions on ending gender-based violence to influential forums. There is also an open opportunity for you to participate in our Girls Transform the World: Access to Education Digital Action Campaign. Read submissions from other community members, and learn how your voice will be transformed for impact.

While I assure you that all the exploring, sharing, learning and networking will be worth the while, I look forward to hearing your voice in the community!

Together we can talk the talk, walk the walk, talk the walk and walk the talk!

Warm regards,

Aysha Ibrahim's picture

Welcome Ray! you are amazing

Warmest Welcome to world pulse! i am impressed from your achievements and outstanding work. I am glad that you are now part of our world pulse family. our growing family is contributing a imperative role in transforming world by transforming their visions into reality and they are making visible differences in their community.

By joining world pulse you are now connected with women of 190 countries, share your unique story and speak out about pressing issues of your community you will find adorable and wonderful supporters from all over the world. Exchange information, be part of online training programs and be empowered to take action on your visions for change. As your voice will be reached to millions worldwide I believe you will be able to change the world.

I am thrilled to read more about you and your community.

Aysha Ibrahim

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