Author Archives: Neka

About Neka

I work for a non-profit organization. I believe in the ability of young people to cause change and find joy working with them to bring about positive change in our society. I have more than 5 years experience working with non-profits. I am an alumnus of the Young Women Knowledge and Leadership Institute (YOWLI) Dakar, Senegal and was also trained under the British Council/World Bank Institute Debate to Action (DTA) Project. I have been trained as a peer educator trainer and counselor and participated in the NYSC/UNICEF adolescent reproductive health and HIV/AIDS prevention project for the training and mentoring of in-school youths on reproductive health and HIV/AIDS prevention, care and control.

Task 6 – Evaluation

Evaluation means to see the value in something. We want to know how the game was for you. The way of the warrior has been a very interesting journey for me. It made me realize that making a difference is … Continue reading

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Task 5

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Task 4

Now is your chance to make a difference and do it! Decide who can help you and by what means. Tell us how you managed to gather people and who they are. List the skills and resources you can count … Continue reading

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Task 3

Look for single aspects that can be improved in a community you part of (your home, neighborhood, school, work etc) share with us in details how you plan to do this. The IDEA: Do a thorough cleaning of the church … Continue reading

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Task 2

Small individual attitudes might generate a huge collective change. My Excess: As little as I have. I know that there is someone out there who has less than I do. I took a conscious look at my things and realised … Continue reading

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My First Task

Who am I now? Nwanneka I am a young Nigerian who is passionate about seeing other young people take responsibility for themselves. I want to see young people focus their energy on the things they can change instead of worrying … Continue reading

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Cherish Your Heritage

I am proud of the heritage that I have. Being African (and of Nigerian origin) is a thing of joy to me. Its rich culture that can be seen in the dressing, food, music, festivals/ceremonies, languages, skin colours etc is … Continue reading

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