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Introducing myself and my journal: Community Network Movement for marginalized Women Sierra Leone

About Me:
Amb. Paul Lengar is a Youth Millennium Development Ambassador, Citizen Born 1988 in Sierra Leone West Africa.
He is Youth Activist promoting the United Nations Millennium Development Decleration in local Communities around West Africa

I decided to become an educator and youth activist in Sierra Leone because I wants all young people in My country to receive the benefits of education.

My educational background is in Human Resource Development, Project Management and program planning, and has a strong passion for working with at-risk women and youth.

I was first introduced to Teachers Without Borders when visited Nigeria in 2009 to attend a workshop organized by Youth Service Africa, where i received the Certificate of Teaching Mastery.

As a National Peace Coordinator in West Africa, I introduced the TWB Peace Education Program to the National Forum on Attitudinal and Behavioural Change and the Intersecondary Schools Leadership Council, reaching hundreds of young people interested in bringing about change through peacebuilding.

I have a strong interest in promoting Peace Education in Sierra Leone and continues to volunteer my time with Teachers Without Borders to bring the Peace Education program to even larger numbers of students and educators.

My Passions:
Love to work with women and young people in marginalized communities

My Challenges:
Funds Raising, office and workshop equipments supports Etc

My Vision for the Future:
Promote the UN Mission

My Areas of Expertise:
Programmes Development


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Welcome, Paul. Your talents

Welcome, Paul.
Your talents and influence are welcome in our sharing group.

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

You may like to participate in our current campaign Women Weave the Web, celebrating the use of technology in empowerment efforts:

I look forward to hearing more of your voice in WorldPulse.



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