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Local Chapters

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Through the leadership of our passionate and dedicated Coordinators, Africa Unbound Chapters bring together individuals who are interested in learning and exploring ways in which they can begin to tap into their creative power.  The local chapters provide a community where members support each other’s growth and development by sharing ideas and resources.  To join a chapter listed below, send an email to the chapter coordinator.  To start a chapter in your area, complete this form.  

Lawrence Afere, Nigeria Chapter Coordinator, is the Managing Director of Morincam Industries & Resources Ltd. He is an empowerment trainer, entrepreneur, social agent and youth development facilitator. Lawrence is also the founder and coordinator of The Youth Farm Project in Ondo State, Nigeria where socio-economically disadvantaged youth are empowered through agriculture. In 2009, based on his innovative approach to solving youth unemployment in his immediate community, he was nominated for a national award by the Federal Ministry of Youth. Lawrence holds a BSc. in Business Administration from Covenant University, Nigeria.

Noeline Kirabo Mulongo, Uganda Chapter Coordinator, works with Viva Africa network, which builds the capacity of child focused organizations working to improve the quality of care for children at risk. She works with churches and indigenous organizations building their capacity to strengthen internal organizational structures to enable them deliver quality services to children and women. Noeline is a trained and ordained minister, a trained counselor and family therapist as well as a child advocate. She is committed to building a legacy that will touch and change humanity through collaboration and networking with like minded people.

Paa Kwesi Inkumsah, Ghana Chapter Coordinator, is a passionate enthusiast of personal development. A social entrepreneur, he explores his skills and talents to create and share inspiration through his writings. Paa Kwesi served as president of JCI Ghana in 2009. In 2010 he was appointed to serve as JCI UN affairs commissioner for Africa and the Middle East. He is also the co-president of International Institute for Global Education, an institute with a unique curriculum of studies to create effective global leaders.

Erick Kebeka Omari, Kenya Chapter Coordinator, is the founder and CEO of Alfa Network, a community based organization working to address the challenges faced by residents in the Kibera slum in Nairobi. He has worked as the youth coordinator in a Christian organization called Ruben Centre, where he learned to identify talents and potentials in the youth and how to make use of them. Erick is a member of International Cultural Youth Exchange program. As a community volunteer he works with local radio programs aimed at empowering the community and addressing issues of peace, unity, reconciliation, child rights and responsibility, parental responsibility and nation building.

Olita Talent Nyathi, South Africa Chapter Coordinator, is a feminist, political economist and an educator. Based in Kelinmond, South Africa, she is the Director of Training for Transformation, an organization working to build the capacity of female development workers. Olita is the Founder of Africa Book Development, an organization that promotes development through access to information in the rural areas of Zimbabwe and the co-founder of Africa Community Publishing. She has worked for various development agencies including European Union, Oxfam Novib, Swedish Embassy, the World Bank and UNDP.

Kosi Sepénou Davui, Togo Chapter Coordinator, is the Director of Initiative for a Positive Future in Lomé, Togo, where he conducts training in leadership development. He is also a volunteer at various local NGOs working in the fields of peace, human rights, and protection and promotion of children and the youth. He holds a license by the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution.

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Ajayi Olutayo

Ajayi Olutayo

11. October, 2012 |

People like you are needed on this continent to take us to where we should be. Keep it up man!

Marcus Edibogi Akor

Marcus Edibogi Akor

11. October, 2012 |

Thanks for this powerful article. I am very glad I read it. Keep up your great work and remain Blessed Law!

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