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Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation News

Impact update from Zambia

He organized the campaign “I HAVE A FUTURE TO PRESERVE”, which ran across Zambia in various schools and communities alike.

The campaign was showcased on Zambia National Broadcasting Network (ZNBC), radio stations and many other social media platforms, thereby inspiring and impacting thousands of youth across Zambia and still counting.

Summer School with 2013 FALF Ambassador Tosin Ogunmodi

Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation Ambassador Tosin has continued to impact school children across primary and secondary schools throughout Nigeria. His driving force has been achieving qualitative education and leadership development.

 

In the summer of 2017 alone, Tosin managed to impact 243 students through the summer school initiative in Jos Plateau state. This initiative consists of 3 hours of intensive daily coaching from the 31st July to 29th August 2017.

To make an impact to the sponsor a Youth Program in Africa, kindly send an email to [email protected] or call +27633433469 (South Africa) or +2348085850313 (Nigeria).

 

Impact update from Angola

Emmanuel Kanhanga is a 2016 FALF Award Nominee who organized the talk show “DRIVING ETHICS” at Cuito Cuanaval University in Angola. The program took place on September 7th and focused on addressing road accidents and the consequences.

Emmanuel collaborated with the National Police Transit Unit and The Road Safety Unit to deliver the lecture, thereby educating and imparting over 250 students (200-300 Level) of Cuito Cuanaval University on the importance of proper road safety conducts. This educational lecture targeted conduct on public roads and the role of each and every individual in providing Angola with accident free roads.

 

“Street Priests”

2015 FALA winner, James Okina, founded a Non-Governmental Organization a year prior called “STREET PRIESTS”. His vision was to address the societal challenge of street children and advocate for indigent children in Cross River State (Nigeria), therefore rendering them positive contributions to society.

‘Kingsley John’, a former troubled teen had to fend for himself from a young age after being rejected by his father at birth and losing his mother, he began stealing to feed himself. Today, Kingsley has changed his life around through the STREET PRIEST foundation and is now a High School Graduate!

So much more can be done for kids such as Kingsley. Help this September 2017 by joining STREET PRIEST FOUNDATION in their BACK TO SCHOOL CAMPAIGN efforts. Over 200 children are ready to be saved and educated. Remember: every child is your child.

For further enquiries, kindly send an email to [email protected]

 

FALF update in Gabon

Sis Atem Gillian ran the FALF MENTORING WORKSHOP in Gabon from the East West Central Africa Virtual Zone 4, under the Zonal FALF Team. The workshop focused on the theme: Building, equipping & inspiring generation next.

An initial introductory workshop was geared towards creating an awareness about FALF and creating an interactive forum for youths to discuss ways through which they can actively participate in nation building through various initiatives and projects.

Over 180 youths partook in this workshop, all inspired and challenged to be of relevance to their nation Gabon. Each young adult received training and was given the opportunity to hear from a few former Future Africa Leaders’ Award Winners, with over 40 of them enrolled for mentorship. The attending youths then submitted their change projects under the guidance of their mentors.

This leaves little to no doubt that Future Africa Leaders will spring forth from the nation of Gabon, for the well being of Gabon and other African societies.

 

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