Save & Nurture Child Care Foundation (SNCC) has a new ambassador program to recognize, connect and discover change makers in the society, in communities and in common- wealth countries.

SNCC Ambassador of Change Team Players

Halimat Abdulrazak
Country Coordinator- Nigeria
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Evita Afungfege
Country Coordinator- Cameroon
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Mariam Gamal
Country Coordinator- Egypt
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Virginiah Wangul Murimi
Country Coordinator- Kenya
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Mahbuba Musayeva
Country Coordinator- Azerbaijan
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Beauty Erica
Country Coordinator- Ghana
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Turinawe Evas
Country Coordinator- Uganda
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Nimisha Verma
Country Coordinator- India
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Shaiman Nasser
Country Coordinator- Yemen
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Rania Boublal
Country Coordinator- Algeria
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Lobana Matar
Country Coordinator- Syria
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Puja Yadav
Country Coordinator- Nepal
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Become A Change Maker

We are currently looking for young change makers in commonwealth countries, third world countries and globally.

The SNCC Ambassador of Change, Cameroon

Objectives

Our aim of achieving the sustainable Development Goal (SDG) is to create a channel and platform of Change for our ambassadors of change, where we can successfully, effectively and jointly work on the SDGs 1 – 6, 10, 16 and 17, which are stated below:

Goals To Achieve

The SNCC Ambassadors of Change in Kenya

REASONS FOR THE PROGRAM

  • We are passionate about putting an end to child abuse and other challenges in the societies by engaging in the above SDGs, thereby creating a better, secured for all children and young people in the society and in the World.
  • Focusing on child abuse and gender stereotypes in the communities and globally, this challenge is the root of most injustice affecting people.
  • Mentoring and building young people to become change- makers in different countries.
  • All our programs are geared to creating awareness, breaking- down and implementing solutions and changes to end gender stereotypes and other challenges causing injustice to children and young people in the society.

Save & Nurture Child Care Foundation started the “SNCC Ambassador of Change Program” in January 2019 to discover, recognize, appraise, connects all young change- makers to identify, find out and resolve all challenges related to Gender Base Violence (GBV), Abuse in Children (AIC) and SDGs challenges in the common- wealth and third world countries.

Outstanding Performances

  • Outstanding leadership portfolios.
  • Great response rate.
  • Active participation on our social media pages.
  • Active collaboration with teammates and organization.

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All SNCC Ambassador of Change whose leadership work is approved and has good scores in all other aspect, will be contacted by email.

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  1. Hi, i am janet from kenya. I am 24 years old, recently graduated from Egerton university doing Bsc in Biomedical science and Technology. I would really like to pertake in this program so as to change afew things in our society and to ensure the betterment of women. In my society there is a tendency of girls getting married at younger age, some forced while others decide to do so either due to poverty and lack of school facilities like school fees they opt for a shorter way of settling down to early and poor marriages. Therefore girls who had the capability of being big people and successful in society are subjected to poverty in early age. Secondly there is still the tendency of elders practicing female genital mutilation on young girls that affects them both physically and mentally and would like to fight that too. Thirdly alot of women in my society have no patience in life, in that when life is hard instead of opting on solutions to make it better they opt for suicide, there are alot of suicide incidents that have been reported mainly due to poverty, bad marriages, love triangles, unemployment, family dispute and many more, i would like to change these norms and educate our girls on how to be patient, achieve our goals and be successful
    Thank you!

  2. Im souha Hassine from Tunisia i’v 20 y.o
    My goal is to make the World better without poverty sexism hunger pollution and other problem Can treat our daily life

  3. Hello my name is Khawla Sahraoui from Morocco I am 19 years old. In the second year University Law Division. I want to join you. It is a great honor for me. My great desire to join and participate in organizations that seek to spread world peace and noble goals interests me. I am striving to raise the level of women, especially rural women, who are unable to defend their demands and rights. This has led me to think about a project that interests and protects them, especially in my country, because of the inability to learn to impose their teachings and traditions on them and make them female only for reproduction.

  4. Hello my name is Khawla Sahraoui from Morocco I am 19 years old. In the second year I study law at the university. I want to join you. It is a great honor for me. My great desire to join and participate in organizations that seek to spread world peace and noble goals interest me. I am seeking to raise the level of women, especially rural women, silent. This has prompted me to think of a project that is interesting and beyond, especially in my country, because of the inability to learn to impose their teachings and traditions on them.

  5. Hello my name is chaima I’m 19 years old I’m from Algeria I’ve always wanted to be a member or a changemaker to make the world a better place to stop or at least have less suffer in the world ,so me as a biology student I think that to make the change we need to people in a better health so I suggest my project “a better health is the best wealth ” to help people by nursing and feeding them as possible as we can I really hope this can happen and hope I’ll be a able to help doing tht

  6. Hello, My name is Labana Matar, I’m 23 years old, from Syria, studying communications and electronics engineering.
    I have an interest in technology and computer science. My project is educational. I want to publish all the information I have for those interested. I have a plan for different age groups starting from 8 years.
    I hope that I will do so because the circumstances of the war in Syria have greatly affected the children in my country and I hope that I will be able to guide them towards a love of learning, research, volunteerism, and cooperation to build the future of the country.

  7. I am Soukaina Noua,23 years old,female,from Morocco.
    Being active in many facets of community life showed me the importance of volunteering work and the role that can play it in promoting positive attitudes and changing the world to a better place.
    I have an interest in Children Education,And I really want to change many policies to improve education quality because I believe that education is a vital factor that provides the power of every country.
    With my desire to make a change in Moroccan education,I am very excited to participate in this program and very happy to be part of it.❤

  8. Hi,I’m rawnaa atef from Egypt, I’m 21 years old, studying at faculty of pharmcy zagazig University, I’m an active member at epsf zagazig organization (volunteering work), my main goal is to make the world better place for children to grow up in more aware, comfortable, successful way.
    So my project aims to raise children awareness about their right in education specially for those families that make their children leave school and just go for work to earn money, I see that injustice for them, why a 12 years old child or lesser work when he can play, learn and just live his childhood!that usually happens in Egypt a lot.
    I want to work on awesomeness of this families and direct them to let their children continue their education and help them to live a good life.
    Second thing which is more common is the bullying that children face in school or society the reason make them hate their selves which ends with hating all about their life so we can put some steps to make them accept faults or defects and finally love every detail in their life to grow up properly.
    Last thing I want to focus on is nutrition, many children have so bad habits in eating, recently lots of them diagnosed with Hcv so it’s a critical matter!I want to support every child in the world hoping to live a healthy life.
    Thanks.

  9. I am oumayma from Tunisia . I am 24 years old and i have master degree in international humanitarian law and human rights .
    i like to gather experts from around the country within their modest budget What they decided on was a series of web-based panels that brought the best of the best together to talk to students, who could either log in remotely or come to a classroom to watch a webcast and ask questions. The result was an amazing series of well-attended, interactive speaker sessions that addressed issues such as hiring discrimination and work-life balance when you have young children.
    The team plans to post the sessions online for everyone and will be accessiable for all and it will change behaviour and will decrease Gender Inequality Index Rank in my country .
    Thank you

  10. hello , i’m Samar Ahmed form Egypt , i’m a senior student at faculty of medicine . i’m an active volunteer in many organization related to youth development and raising awareness . i have participated in Her story campaign with UN for women , about writing stories of great women and raising awareness of women’s role .
    i’m a volunteer at anti addiction campaigns in Egypt , because i think if we really want a better future we have to start changing ourselves .
    i had run many of health campaign to poor areas in Egypt , as i believe that we should be the impact that we would like to see in the community .
    i traveled to Tanzania as a volunteer in live healthier project , and i noticed that we are in a big need to raise health awareness of bad habits
    that would be my project (happily ever after ) about raising awareness for addiction , communicable disease , dealing with AIDS patients and most common
    health problems .
    thanks

  11. Hello Iam marah alrijee , from Palestine, a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in tourism and archeology. I see that every person inside has a love for change and guidance but needs a bit of support and assistance. My project is Stop violence against women, children and the marriage of minors!!

  12. Hello! My name is Amel Bouazizi and I am from Tunisia. I am 24 years old and I am a Master’s student at the University of Kairouan. Passionate about SDG 4 and 5, my “MissTunisia Hopes” project will target two categories of my community which are: primary school students and women. On the one hand, the shortcomings of the educational system in my country is negatively affecting the development of students’ early childhood which is considered an important period to learn languages especially. In this context, I am willing to volunteer to teach kids and help them parctice basic worldwide languages and simultaneously advocate changing the curriculum of Primary education. On the Other hand, through flexible and exciting activities, my project will help women in my country develop their self-esteem, inspire them to defeat adversities and reach their goals to greatness.

  13. I am by the names of Anold Nsubuga a Ugandan and my project will be targeting students in the underprevileged schools of uganda. This project will be called the Cycliod from “the circle of opportunities” with a motto “if we have the skills and humility then we can have the opportunity”. The project will involve activities of mentoring these students on what should be done to compete with their mates in previleged schools as well as overcoming the the negative impacts in their social life. Beyond the mentoring, the project is to be full of servant ethical leaders from different backgrounds who will focus on following up these students acting what they are taught. Uganda is one of the countries with the highest number of youth, and poverty as well. Beyond the existance of different projects, it seems there is yet not positive major impact to eliminate the problems affecting these communities which i believe my project will be providing. i am fully confident that this project is going to be a sucess because i have already researched and tested my ideas which gave a positive result which was above my expectation.
    ” IF WE ARE ORGANISED AND READY TO LEARN AND SHARE THEN THE SUCCESS IF IN OUR HANDS”

  14. Hi. I am Shirley Aprakua Manu from Ghana. I am 24 years old and a recent Graduate of the University of Cape Coast. My “change project” will be mainly in support of SDG 4. It will be dubbed “The Mini Library Project”. This project will aim at creating Mini Libraries for schools and rural communities in Ghana, that do not have libraries. I will also organize young people who can read and write, to teach the students and members of the community, who cannot read and write. The objectives of the project will be:
    a) To improve child literacy in rural communities in Ghana.
    b) To provide materials that will stimulate students acquisition of knowledge, aesthetic values, and ethical standards.
    c) To provide a source of information which may enable pupils to make informed judgments.
    d) To provide materials containing a wide range of views on issues that may develop the practice of critical reading and thinking.
    e) To encourage all students to reach their full potential and develop a positive attitude to life-long learning.

    This change project will make a positive impact in my country because it will improve child literacy in rural communities in Ghana and increase general awareness on the importance of child literacy to personal and economic development. The program will make available, materials that will stimulate students acquisition of knowledge, aesthetic values, ethical standards and materials containing a wide range of views on issues that may develop the practice of critical reading and thinking. The general outcome of the project is that it will encourage all students to reach their full potential and develop a positive attitude to life-long learning, which will, in turn, contribute to personal and economic development.

  15. Hello, I’m Reema from Palestine. I studied the English language at Al Aqsa University in Gaza. I’m an active volunteer in my country, I belong to many teams which are created to help people in Gaza, to improve their living conditions and raise their awareness, especially for women and children, as well as women’s rights in political participation. My project is “Let’s make change” This project aims to focus on the marginalized groups of children in society and enhance the opportunity to participate in it . and help them psychologically, health and socially by strengthening their role in society and contributing to solving a major issue that my city sufferers from which is labor and begging children and women. I believe that change comes from uniting and hard working between the whole society. so we must complete the gap which poverty creates it.

  16. Hello, My name is Sharifa Amadu from Ghana. I am 18 years old , studying Mechanical Engineering in Ashesi University. My change project will be “The Education Project or The enlightening Project.” I believe that there is more to education than schooling. Opportunities for education are everywhere in Ghana from Scholarships to the introduction of the free and Compulsory primary education and now free Senior High School education. In my community I realised that the reasons why majority especially females attend schools are for the sake of making money, ” I need basic training”, “My parents want me to”, ” Everyone is in school” while others refuse it all together. The passion, the need, the motivation and impact behind edducation is mostly absent in the majority of people who decide to educate themselves. i want this project to serve as a means to enlighten young people who do not have mentors and the opportunity to be guided through education in my country to create the need to educate themselves, have goals, find their motivation, and plan out an impact they want to have on Ghana and beyond. Imagine, even 1/3 of a country, tunning their minds to making a change. what a better place the world will be. Aside that, I want this project to be a support to the national goals of education set in Ghana which seeks to “provide relevant and quality education for all Ghanaians including the disadvantaged, to enable them acquire skills, which will help make them functionally literate and productive to facilitate poverty alleviation and promote rapid socio-economic growth.”

  17. Hi ,I am Nour From Syria my project will focus on the people disappled that who suffered alot thro this war and have no ability to change their lifs so my goal is to make centers that can go and creat new ideas as they think cause alot of them are creative and just want to showing what they have and even to seperate them from the state that they living it so ,we can make a huge differents to make them feel they are productive people and can do alot no matter what even there are a war but we can get thro it
    Thanks

  18. Hello from the other side , I am Marah Anabtawi , I’m 19 years , studying computer engineering in second year at Birzeit university , i believe that every humans have their own magic that make them special and different to improve the world we live but some of them their circumstances stolen their magic , so i believe that we created for each other, so my change project to breaking the wall of Ignorance and poverty .

  19. Hello,i am Agwang Juliet from Uganda,25 years old of age.My change project would be SMILLINGHEART FOUNDATION that will promote the worth and value of women from the ages of 10 to 24 years because I have noticed in my society Uganda, the value and worth of a woman increases or decreases according to what my society deems acceptable or unacceptable.
    I got to discover that this trend is ongoing and worse for the vulnerable girls and women who have experienced gender based violence and conceived out of sordid circumstances for example, by rape, defilement and also through incest or early and forced marriages. Let’s look at the statistics, worldwide alone! One in three women will be physically or sexually abused in her lifetime. In Uganda these statistics are even worse. According to the Demographic Health Survey in 2011, 56 per cent of Ugandan women experience physical violence. And we are in 2018, the statistics are increasingly worse.
    And because of these gruesome acts these women go through heartbreaking consequences. Many get infected with HIV and AIDS and end up being pregnant. And because they are a disgrace according to the society and most importantly to their family, they shunned, they are isolated, and they are chased away from home.
    So what can I do as an individual with a voice bring about change in my society?
    First and foremost I believe in humble beginnings, I will have to identify these group of women in a district, or county in Uganda so that I can be able to assess their needs. Have a heart to heart talk with them and identify ways of how I could help them improve their life. God willingly with the available resources, I would be able to start my own community based NGO that would be a safe haven for these women. This Ngo in partnership with other service providers would be able to provide health care for these youth.
    Smillingheart foundation will be able to provide shelter to this category. A place to call home, I envision this idea to be big in such a way it can facilitate a dormitory for this category because they are minor according to age legislation of Uganda. They will be counselled for the wellbeing of the mind, body and emotions. They will be courage to love life and hope for a good future apart from the sordid past they have come to learn. This category to will undergo HIV testing and counselling to determine their HIV statuses and implement means on how best we can help them.
    For example those discovered to be HIV positive will be put on ARVS, they would be counselled on how to live a positive but healthy life. And also given good nutrition to boost up their immunity. They would be undergoing antenatal care to eliminate the risk of Mother to child transmission of HIV and AIDS. This of course would be more affordable and accessible with partnerships of the same core values .Also promote a non-discriminatory environment for those living with HIV and AIDS.
    I also believe in instilling life skills to the youth for survival, for example, I would very much invest time and money for them to learn how to make reusable pads out of local materials, and also liquid soap making. And besides these are talented and young people, and I believe in harnessing their talents.
    I would very much love to employ some of these women train them in Peer education so that they can be equipped with the skills, knowledge and abilities so that they can go to communities and talk to people on various health topics, have personal experience sharing with the community. This of course is aimed at providing the necessary information for the society to make healthy but informed decisions. And these individuals would bridge a gap between what actually happens to women in their similar situation and how the organization can help such women.
    We have to look at this in all directions, there will be those who at the end of their pregnancy term, will not be able to keep the child, what will SmillingHeart Foundation help? We are promoting Pro-Life therefore adoption procedures would be put in place I mean there are quite a number of families out their looking for child and one way we would love to be of help is to encourage the community to adopt a child.

  20. hello, my name is Razane Marref from Algeria. I’m a student in mathematics and computer science , this is my first year in univesty Batna 2-Mostefa Ben Boulaid.. i love this area.. I believe that an area can make a big change in the society… i aim to buile a stronge society can achieve their creativity…

  21. Hi! I am Meerimai from Kyrgyzstan. I am 19 years old. I study International Relations at Kyrgyz National University. I have done several projects on commmunity service and charity. Now my goal is to make the citizens aware of their own Human Rights (especially females), raise an awareness about community service and volunteering among youth.
    Thanks!

  22. Hi, I’m Soyombo Deborah from Nigeria.
    My change project is creating a safe community for girls (by having a walk-in centres for girls within their community where they can report cases of sexual abuse and where we can render help to them)while equipping them with the right safety tips and self defense mechanism.
    My change project will make a positive impact on my country as 1 out of 4 girls is sexually abused everyday. This project will help girls speak out, equip them with safety tips and verbal and physical self defense mechanism that they can use to defend themselves thereby reducing the rate of sexually abused girls in the country. This will create a safe community for girls where they can thrive and become the very best they can be while improving the economy of my nation.

  23. Hi, my name is Salma Garbouj. I am 17 years old. My main goal is to make the world a better place. First of all, I would like to put an end to sexism in schools or even in public places and I want to raise awerness about the fact that men and women are equal. I would like to build a platform where women can help each other and discuss their problems.
    Second, I would like to help little girls go to school because in our country lots a boys go to school and the girls stay at the house to help which is not equal.
    Thank you

  24. I am a Nigerian. I recently graduated from college.
    My project will be on ‘baby dumping and teenage pregnancy’. This is becoming a norm in the society,at the schools,market places etc. Baby dumping and baby factory should be stopped. Many young girls are pressured into premarital sex and are treated badly after. A lot of them have no means of livelihood and no one to talk to as a result dump their babies or sell them.

  25. انا مواطنه سودانيه والنساء في بلدي يحتجن دعم كبير ولا سيما الصغيرات في المدارس الثانويه يحتجن لرفع الوعي لديهن ليعلمن انه يمكنهم ان يصبحوا قادة ذات يوم وتحتاج النساء في بلدي للدعم المادي الذي سيمكننا تحقيقه عبر مشروعي لدعم النساء السودانيات اللاتي يعملن في الشمس الحاره طوال النهار ليطعمن اطفالهن ويعلموهن ويوجد الكثير من الاطفال بدون تعليم يجوبون الشوارع للبحث عن لقمة عيش حتي ان البعض ينام في الطرقات لان المنزل بعيد جدا والكثير يموت من الجوع او يبحث عن طرق سيئه مثل المخدرات وهو دون 10 سنوات ليستطيع ان يأكل فقط

  26. Country : Morocco
    Project name : BeUrSelf
    The hardest thing in life, to stop dreaming. I aspire to create a voice for young people who are lost in their ways in this life and achieve their dreams, Especially the voice of women suffocating, whose dreams have been stopped because of Arab society.
    I would like to challenge myself in this space of fellow impassioned young people, gaining new knowledge through interactions, challenging my norms & preconceptions, breaking stereotypes, and molding myself into a complete global citizen, prepared to create impactful change beyond my community to create a youthful voice.

  27. My name is Amoundi Malika , I ma from Marrakech , Morocco.
    First, I am very excited to be on this platform. For me this the first step that makes me close to achieve my dream. I am a human being who wants to work to create positive change that I want to see in the world.
    My change project would be aimed at educating the girl child at the rural areas. and Give her all the most important rights, Education, gender equality and the freedom of expression .The Goal of the project is to build self awareness, assertiveness and improve on the self-esteem and change negative attitudes amongst the young people especially the girl child. This being our motive and the Vision is to change the lives of the young people.
    My change project is to partner with organizations I am a part of; they helped me to be what I am. I managed to get out of the circle of girls who were out of school. Girls account for 60 percent of the out-of-school students in Morocco, and the percentage rises to 80 percent in rural areas.
    If development is based on the generalization of education and its spread and the need to provide means to achieve them without discrimination .The school still violates this rule in the rural area, as much as schoolchildren keep as much as losing numbers of girls during the same year.
    I feel very sad when I see; they Drop out from school because they are girls!
    I want very to be an example for many girls who doesn’t have the possibility to educated, integrating in the community. And help change it, Reduce Inequalities and Every girl should be proud of being a girl, not the opposite.
    I would challenge myself in this space of young enthusiasts, gain new knowledget, break stereotypes, form myself as a whole global citizen, and willing to create an effective change beyond my community. Because I have strong believe that when you educate a girl you educate a nation and more thing will be change like :Sexism will greatly reduce; poverty and unemployment will be tackled. With your support we believe, we will end all this inequalities. We therefore call for your help to save our nation.
    Finally thanks for give me this chance to present my project. And I hope that you will accept it.
    Because, we are needed the change in our country. Only one chance,like the chance that they gave me before .I need you now for the others.
    Thank you.

  28. Name: Bredah Musili Nzuki
    Country: Kenya

    In a rapidly globalizing world, an African perspective alone cannot pioneer new education models for the continent’s young people. Therefore, through this fellow experience, I would gain an intricate understanding of the challenges and opportunities of global education in the 21st century and how I can leverage these to curate a better learning experience for young people in Kenya and Africa at large.
    Through collaborative effort, I hope to find: An afro-centric school that equips learners with life skills, emphasizes civic engagement and addresses contemporary market demands; leadership, science & technology and adaptability in a changing world.

    I would like to challenge myself in this space of fellow impassioned young people, gaining new knowledge through interactions, challenging my norms & preconceptions, breaking stereotypes, and molding myself into a complete global citizen, prepared to create impactful change beyond my community. As I share experiences of empowering girls through education.

  29. Hey Mourine,
    My name is Bredah Nzuki. A kenyan also. We can be in the same task team.
    #Kenya Tusonge Mbele

  30. Hi! I’m Johanna from the Philippines. I want to give a voice and possibly funds for the children of my country. My change project is to partner with organizations I am a part of/ that I know of to educate my fellow Filipinos and possibly even those from other countries on the plight of the Filipino children living in poverty by release statements on the condition of indigenous Filipinos especially the Lumads whose lands are being taken and whose schools are being bombed and also all the underprivileged children in the Philippines who are being persecuted by the government through different anti-poor projects and bills being passed in our congress such as the lowering of criminal liability. I also plan to continue on having outreach programs and educational activities for underprivileged children to be given quality education and a chance for a better future.

  31. I am a Kenyan citizen. I aim to educate and empower the girl child with skills that will enable her live a full life in the community. Not looking into the stereotypes. I also hope to create awareness in the community about gender discrimination and reduce the occurrences of atrocities committed based on gender.
    My main areas of community development being communication skills, counselling as well as first aid.
    I also hope to learn more skills and ways to engage the community.

  32. Hullo, my name is Rehema Namuddu a female Ugandan aged 23 years.
    I am an enrolled midwife by profession here in my country Uganda and as well l practice general nursing.
    My change project would be based basically on girls and young women which includes adolescents,youths and young people.
    Due to the fact that l am a midwife l know the hardships the young women go through coz l handle their issues everyday most especially which are related to reproductive health.
    In my Country you find that these young girls and women cannot access the health services because of poverty, some feel embarrassed and shy about being in the clinic/medical center/hospital to seek medical attention, others are intimidated by the medical facility and authoritative figures around and this has really made these young women to suffer silently without any help.
    In my Country fertility among teenagers is increasing day by day yet low contraceptive use.
    Abortion and its complications are common in young women hence exposure to morbidity and mortality.
    Unwanted pregnancies and exposure to sexually transmitted infections are also high in young women.
    Substance abuse especially tobacco and alcohol is common in adolescent girls.
    Harmful traditional practices like early marriages, food taboos,female genital mutilation and wife sharing which are deeply rooted in different cultures.
    I do a lot of health educating when it comes to maternal and child heath, comprehensive abortion care, adolescent reproductive health, family planning, sexually transmitted infections like HIV plus gender based issues and by doing this l have touched on the lives of many but still others need more pushing.
    Most young women have come to realize the benefit and availability of reproductive health and decide freely to receive these services comfortably as long as needed.
    In my view the young people mostly need the following to cope up with life;
    -Education on sexuality, growth and development.
    -They always need counselling services because they meet challenges everyday.
    -Life skill education and basic gender concept.

    -Recreation service.

    I do believe this project would put a huge impact in my country Uganda because it has 52.7% young population so a lot of lives would be changed health wise and good enough am part of the health workers who implement change.
    Though l deal with women and young girls mostly, l have not forgotten the young boys and males coz they are also involved in gender based violence.

  33. Hello,my name is Sharon kisiak,a kisii university student pursuing bachelor of purchasing and supplies management, am also a member of the kisii region team,Kenya.
    We,as the kisii team have a goal which is to build self awareness, self assertiveness, improve self esteem among the people in the society and change their attitudes.
    Our vision is to change lives of the young people ,we all want to be great in future but to have a great country we have to join hands to make greatness a success,meaning not only one person can be great,and if you are,help the other person to be great too.
    Our mission is to empower young girls so that they can responsible leaders and great members of the society,we love he in a male dominated society where the voice of the woman cannot be heard,it is assumed that the woman belongs in the kitchen and other areas where chores are involved,just like the male a woman/girl has ideas,she can move mountains to make the world a better place to live in.we,as team kisii aim at empowering the girl child so that they can have a say in the society.
    Our area of social work/change project include:
    Gender based violence
    Early pregnancy
    Social injustices
    Eradication of child prostitution
    I,alongside my team members discovered that the stated points above are so rampant in this region and as such we want to be the ambassadors of change,early pregnancy,social injustices and others are things that can be controlled through change of mindsets,on matters gender based violence,the kisii region believe that a guy who beats you loves you,this is a norm that should not be tolerated for there is no measure of love,I believe through the equipped skills I have I.e peer counselling and changing mindsets I can help the girl child wake up and make the right decisions,decisions that will impact positively in their lives.Through scouting I got a leadership skills,I can easily mentor a person,I want to be able to make the girl child people’s role model and inspiration,i caj offer mentoring programs to encourage the less privileged,those in need,the disabled and the girl child that on matter the circumstances they will always make it and come out victorious.
    During our interviews we learnt that parents for some reasons are the cause of the challenges the girls face,they are too busy to talk to their children,ignorance is another deadly disease, I want parents to take initiative of talking to their children on things that matter in every stage of their growth so that they are well equipped with proper knowledge.
    In order as to save our society we have to work hand in hand with the sustainable development goals number 3,which talks on good health and well being, number 5 talks of gender equality,10,focuses on reduced inequalities and lastly 16 that talks about peace,justice and strong institutions.
    Having been moulded through scouting and it’s values,I believe I can counsel the girls,I can open their minds so they can think out of the box,i can equip them with the scouting values e.g discipline and integrity not forgetting transparency.being an ambassador of change I strongly believe is a call ,a call to save the young in the society for they are our future generation,if at all we want a bright future then we should begin with shaping them to become great leaders. I am a volunteer and have been volunteering since back in time addtionally scouting is a movement that deals with offering service at no cost,volunteerism is in me,I won’t mind being an ambassador of change volunteer.
    I aim at solving the above stated challenges in our society,I can do this with the help of SNCC and the world at large,it is my hope and wish that the foundation helps us to transform lives of our girls. I am ready to work hand in hand with other ambassadors of change to bring transformation in our society,I believe in the power of team work,the many we are the stronger the team,the greater the ideas and the bond created,unity is strength.we,as kisii team are looking forward to working with you to save the present generation and that to come
    #save and nurture child care
    #we transform

  34. Hello,Am Kevine Ndarera Mariita aged 20 years old from Kisii,Kenya Region.Am a male student at Kisii University Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Education .Through the various workshop organised by various Foundations in collaboration with the University am well equipped with counseling skills through the Peer Counseling training which was held at our University.Through the Kenya Scouts Association,am also equipped with agricultural skills such as on how to Carry out Smart Agriculture inorder to increase food production in my society and country at large.Through the same Association,I also gained leadership skills through the various workshops which were organised by the same Association.Another important skill which am well equipped with is first aid training in Partnership with St.John Ambulance and our University.Alongside my team of Ambassadors of Change namely; Christine Owiti,, Vincent Muritu, Sharon Kisiak and Virginiah Wangui strongly believe we can bring a change in the Kisii,Kenya Region.Whatever motivates us as a team is the goal to build up self awareness, assertiveness and improve on self esteem and change negative attitudes among young people in our community especially the girl child.This being a motive,and a vision to change lives of young people.
    Mission:To empower young girls to become responsible leaders and members of the Global Society.
    Areas of Social work being; eradication of child prostitution, gender based violence, injustices and early pregnancies by committing ourselves to offer mentorship programs and counseling services to both girl schools and the community at large while engaging the youth’s parents and getting ready to learn of the challenges they face and strategies to implement and save our societies to meet SDGs number 3; Good health and well being, number 5; Gender Equality, number 10; Reduce inequalities, number 16;Peace, justice and strong institutions.
    With your support we believe,we will end all this inequalities.We therefore call for your help and support as SNCC Foundation to bring to an end these contemporary challenges and injustices into which children and the young people are exposed to by Gender stereotypes.
    We are ready to learn and equip ourselves with more knowledge and skills from your foundation and the world at large to save our Generation.
    #We Transform
    #Save A child

  35. I, Virginiah Wangui Murimi,a Kenyan citizen aged twenty two in Kisii Region and a third year student of Kisii University taking Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology alongside other four team members of Ambassador of Change Kisii Region Kenya namely:Christine Owiti, Vincent Muritu, Sharon Kisiak and Kevine Mariita formed a team since challenges in our community are similar. Our goal being to build up self awareness, assertiveness and improve on the self esteem and change the negative attitudes among young people in our community especially the girl child. This being our motive and vision to change lives of the young people.
    Mission: To empower young girls to become responsible leaders and members of the global society.
    Areas of social work: Being Eradication of child prostitution,gender based violence, injustices and early pregnancies by committing ourselves to offer mentorship programs and counseling services to both girls schools and the community at large by engaging the youth’s parents and getting to learn of the challenges they face and strategies to implement and save our society to meet the SDG number 3 : good health and well being, number 5: gender equality,number 10: reduced inequalities,number 16: peace,justice and strong institutions.
    With your support,we believe we will end these Inequalities. We therefore call for your help and support as SNCC Foundation to bring to an end these challenges and injustices into which children and the young people are exposed to by Gender stereotypes. We are ready to learn and equip ourselves with more knowledge and skills from your foundation and the world at large to save our generation.
    # wetransform
    Am heartily willing to dedicate all the skills I have acquired through scouting,peer counselling training,first aid training and through volunteering to meet these goal,mission,vision and social work. I will voluntary offer my services to ensure that the SNCC also attains it’s goal in saving the girl child.
    # saveachild

  36. I, Virginiah Wangui Murimi,a Kenyan citizen aged twenty two in Kisii Region and a third year student of Kisii University taking Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology alongside other four team members of Ambassador of Change Kisii Region Kenya namely:Christine Owiti, Vincent Muritu, Sharon Kisiak and Kevine Mariita formed a team since challenges in our community are similar. Our goal being to build up self awareness, assertiveness and improve on the self esteem and change the negative attitudes among young people in our community especially the girl child. This being our motive and vision to change lives of the young people.
    Mission: To empower young girls to become responsible leaders and members of the global society.
    Areas of social work: Being Eradication of child prostitution,gender based violence, injustices and early pregnancies by committing ourselves to offer mentorship programs and counseling services to both girls schools and the community at large by engaging the youth’s parents and getting to learn of the challenges they face and strategies to implement and save our society to meet the SDG number 3 : good health and well being, number 5: gender equality,number 10: reduced inequalities,number 16: peace,justice and strong institutions.
    With your support,we believe we will end these Inequalities. We therefore call for your help and support as SNCC Foundation to bring to an end these challenges and injustices into which children and the young people are exposed to by Gender stereotypes. We are ready to learn and equip ourselves with more knowledge and skills from your foundation and the world at large to save our generation.
    # wetransform
    Am heartily willing to dedicate all the skills I have acquired through scouting,peer counselling training,first aid training and through volunteering to meet these goal,mission,vision and social work. I will voluntary offer my services to ensure that the SNCC also attains it’s goal in saving the girl child.
    # saveachild

  37. My name is Vincent Muritu Maina, Male Kenyan age 22years in Kisii Region a student of Bachelor of Science Biometry and Informatics at Kisii University awaiting graduation. Willing to work as an Ambassador of Change alongside of a team comprising of Christine Owiti, Kevine Mariita, Sharon Kisiak, and Virginiah Wangui from Kisii Region Kenya.
    The Goal of the project is to build self awareness, assertiveness and improve on the self-esteem and change negative attitudes amongst the young people especially the girl child. This being our motive, and the Vision is to change the lives of the young people.
    Mission: To empower young girls to become responsible leaders and mbers of the global society.
    Areas of Social work being; Eradication of child prostitution, gender based violence and early pregnancies by committing to offer mentorship programs and counseling services to both girls schools and the community while engaging the youth’s parent and getting to learn the challenges they face and strategies to implement and save our societies to meet SDGs;
    No. 3. Good health and well being
    No. 5. Gender Equality
    No. 10. Reduce Inequalities
    No. 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
    I have had an opportunity to lead youths and share with friends about injustices in society and this has gone along way to boost my zeal to be of help to them especially ladies who have been stepped under as an worthy of leadership despite the great efforts to show they great leadership abilities.
    With your support we believe we will end this Inequalities with therefore call for your help and support as SNCC Foundation to bring to an end this challenges and injustices into which children and the young people are exposed to by Gender stereotypes. We are ready to learn and equip ourselves with more knowledge and skills from your foundation and the world at large to save our generation
    #wetransform
    #saveachild

  38. Hello,I am Christine Owiti ,a female aged 22years ,from Kisii Region Kenya alongside a team of Ambassadors of Change namely Vincent Muritu, Virginiah Wangui,Kevine Mariita and Sharon Kisiak,am a student at Kisii University and I just completed my fourth year undergraduate study,a Bachelor’s Degree course in Purchasing and Supplies Management.
    Whatever motivates me to give nothing less than my absolute best to this project is the goal to build up self-awareness, assertiveness and improve on the self esteem and change negative attitudes among young people in our community especially the girl child.This being our motive,and a vision to Change lives of the young people.
    Mission; To empower young girls to become responsible leaders and members of the Global Society.
    Areas of social work being; eradication of child prostitution , Gender Based Violence ,Injustice and early pregnancies by committing ourselves to offer mentorship programs and counseling services to both girl schools and the community at large while engaging the youths parents and getting to learn of the challenges they face and strategies to implement and save our societies to meet SDG number 3;Good health and wellness being,number 5 Gender Equality,number 10 Reduced Inequalities,number 16 Peace ,Justice and strong institutions .
    Having been molded with skills in peer counselling training at Kisii University,I believe in this call to save our young people for without them there is no generation.
    I am a Volunteer and a devoted servant in volunteering field having been a liaison officer during the 1st Global Sustainable Blue Economy conference that was carried out in Kenya,Gold Awardee in the President’s Award-Kenya,a volunteer during the international youth fellowship in collaboration with South Korea, volunteer in Orientation of first years in the campus, nurturing the less privileged in both children’s home and Kisii Rehabilitation and Vocational Centre where we have initiated the Smart Agriculture by planting vegetables in plastic bags to help reduce poverty as it acts as a source of income,a certified First Aider under St.John’s Ambulance.
    With your support we believe we will end all this Inequalities.
    We therefore call for your help and support as SNCC Foundation to bring to an end these challenges and injustices into which children and the young people are exposed to by Gender stereotypes.
    We are ready to learn and equip ourselves with more knowledge and skills from your foundation and the world at large to save our Generation.
    #WeTransform
    #SaveAChild

  39. I am a citizen of Nigeria.
    My change plan will be on the girl child. I am the chairperson of the girl child advocacy in an NGO named Gombe youths for global goals.
    The fear of sexual violence has been a powerful factor for restricting the girl child behavior and sense of freedom. there is a growing concern over the rape, prostitution, sexual harassment, wife beating and power rape.
    our aim is to help those girls and young women to empower themselves by giving them vocational trainings and encourage and support the girl child to embrace education.
    my main focus for this change plan is to create awareness and support the girl child in achieving their dreams.

  40. It’s a pleasure to talk and contribute to this platform.
    I applied as an Ambassador and really wish my request is accepted.
    Thanks

  41. My name is Lomakol Maureen Dinnah a student obtaining a bachelors degree of Laws and hoping to work with this great organization. I am a 21 year old Ugandan. My project will be based on good health and well being and ending hunger and poverty in my country and any other place i would be signed to work in. With the long droughts in my country especially the regions of Karamoja, and my dream to always help this region, am sure u will be able to help them. The sanitation is also very poor including their education where most of them are self minded on cattle keeping and early marriages without hope of a bright future. I will be very greatfull if this organization reaches this area. Otherwise you people have a great idea on helping children and the young people in the different societies that we come from.

  42. Nigeria

    I am an educator and advocate of development issues. Currently i co-founded two youth led organization in Gombe State namely Gombe Hikers and Gombe Youth For Global Goals where i provides strategic leadership and guidance to the team in the execution of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) projects. I volunteers with ONE Nigeria and World Merit Nigeria as SDG 15 Ambassador.
    I am committed to reducing poverty ,preventable diseases and educational inequalities as well put an end to forced marriage in my community. I aim to contribute my knowledge and experience to the organizations and help build upon your reputation at the same time making a positive change in my community.

  43. My name is Tembeng Eli-Anne Anwi, holder of a BEd bachelor in Education, Curriculum Studies and Teaching /History, a youth leader, community worker and volunteer in Mbengwi Momo division Northwest Region, Cameroon.

    My #Change Project is to train more young and vulnerable girls in the crisis areas with sustainable life skills and also leadership skills that will enable them get a better leaving standard, there by fighting for the attainment of SDG 1,2, 4, 5 and 10.
    I find my self in a Country where out of 10 regions in a country, 2 have not been able to send their children to school for 3 years now, which sees about 5,000 girl child out of school annually, about 20 youth die daily from raids, stray bullets. About 170,000 thousand have migrated to neighboring countries, others internally displaced because of  the crisis which has been ongoing for the past 3 years. As a community Leader,  i have taken it upon myself to provide training to these vulnurable communities especially to young women and adolescent girls who have been affected by the crisis and are now residing in the bushes and othet towns by giving them trainings on paper bags production, reusable pads which they can do it with their hands and wash after use since they can’t afford it in the bushes where they live, training on beading and household and office decorations with papers and leadership skills  which they can sell and make money to better their living  and health conditions. The 2 English speaking regions are those solely affected by this crisis because of language and marginalization problems, those who don’t have the means to migrate, have no choice than to stay back despite the unrest.

    My Change project titled “DISPLACED WITH SKILLS” is aimed at training about 300 displaced Adolescent Girls and young women (AGYW) by the end of 2019 with life skills that will enable them have financial freedom,  constant flow of cash to fight poverty and to also make them to become entrepreneurs and not to depend on the government for everything but to work hand in gloves with the government and other NGOs to empower more AGYW hence fighting against poverty and unemployment from the roots.
    I believe change starts from ones self. Being trained in the university to become a class room teacher and waiting solely on the government to launch entrance examination to training colleges, I decided to volunteer with an NGO where I came to discover that I can also change my community by listening to their worries and bringing a solution.

  44. My name is Doreen Chika Kenneth, I’m a political science graduate of the University of Ibadan Nigeria.

    First of all, I am very excited to be on this platform.
    As a humanitarian with over three years of experience in community service, I have a strong belief that providing quality education to children is an effective way to raise ethical leaders, thereby building a sustainable Africa. Driven by passion towards quality education in my community and a desire to make relevant impact, was the basis for establishing Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Foundation which focuses on education advocacy, education improvements and child mentorship programs in Nigeria.

    Along with my team, we are implementing a programme on street children. This project commenced in September 2018 and still running. We were confronted with a number of children in the streets of Ibadan Nigeria, who were living in very poor conditions. Hence, we kick-started a Programme of Action Against Street Children.
    So far, We have reached out to 79 homeless children. We provide mentorship providing some basic needs such as food, clothing, foot wears, in addition, we have been working on providing access to rehabilitation centres for training and relaxation.
    We have successfully facilitated to provide homes for 7 of these street children. We are continuously working on facilitating to provide more homes and creating a safer environment where all children will acquire skills and education.

    I believe only people with better skills, education, health and training can make the biggest difference.

  45. My focus is on promoting peace as a young man I can expand in peace.
    I am a fan of peace and stability in societies. Our main goal in this area is to develop self-development and activate a full role for the care of children and mothers.
    If we learn this area, there will be a great impact on the international community and through the partnerships that must be taken into consideration in society is the spread of peace.
    And empower young people to be able to spread world peace.
    We must learn this field.
    I am a fan of this area, which is to spread peace and not to use violence against children and mothers

  46. A citizen of Nigerian
    My change project is children wandering around during school period here in ogbomoso, oyo state,giving voice to those voiceless kids, they have no where to go.I believe if they can be supported with necessary school materials and also giving scholarship and providing easy access to education.

  47. My name is Rebecca Omolola from Nigeria. My change project is centered majorly on SDG 3 which is linked to SDG 4
    According to Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative, it indicated that one -quarter of Nigerian adolescents are sexually active within the age of sexual debut ranging from 10-15years which exposes them to STIs, STDs, unwanted pregnancy which further leads to abortion of education, life and future.
    I believe my change project will help reduce and maybe eradicate this sexual and reproductive health challenge by ensuring there is an increased information about abstaining from sexual activities till they are mature enough to handle information about safe sex and make logical decisions such that their education, future and reproductive health is secured.

  48. Bonjour tout le monde, je suis du Sénégal, je suis un véritable acteur du changement et je souhaiterai integrer le programme.

    merci

  49. I’m a citizen of Ghana and a current graduate from University of Ghana who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology and Psychology combined major. I’m alum at MasterCard foundation Scholarship at Camfed and a member of the Rotaract Club.
    As a young girl hailing from Saltpond a marginalized community in Central Region of Ghana, I have always had the passion to mentor young people specially girls who are less privileged and individuals with mental health challenges. For this reason, I have engaged in numerous voluntary and leadership activities as a way of serving as mentor and making positive impacts in the lives of others and the society at large.
    As a strong advocate for women empowerment, I believe there is the need for young ladies to partake in leadership of the community and make great impacts and contributions towards social and health issues in the community. For this reason, I serve as an advocate against Teenage pregnancy in Zion Primary and JHS in Saltpond, Central Region and a mentor for girls in Battor Senior high School in the North Tongu district, Volta Region.
    My “change project” will target young girls from marginalized and rural communities by providing them vocational trainings, access to education and useful information, empower them to be self-reliant, mentor the young girls within specified duration with timely check-ups, help them develop their career path, defend and protect their rights and dignity for positive growth and community development. Media revelations and researches have indicated that, girls’ school drop-out and teenage pregnancy have been on the rise especially in the central region of Ghana from 2016 through 2017 to present. These have been due to some factors such young girls trading sex for fish, poverty, and lack of rights information among others. I’m so very passionate about this issues hence look forward to joining SNCC to support reduce this alarming issue to its barest minimal.

  50. Hello, I am Deborah Ezeagu from Anambra Nigeria. My change project would be “Raise a Queen” project. This project will be aimed at providing mentorship to girls in Nigeria. Mentorship is a great tool that has been neglected. Many of the challenges facing the girl child today can be curbed through proper mentorship. When girls have mentors or are linked up with mentors, you’ll find that the chances of girls maximising their potentials will be increased and low self-esteem, bullying, sexual abuse and all forms of abuse will be greatly curbed ,because these girls have been provided a platform to express themselves and find guidance. For my project, I’ll create a sustainable platform where girls from all areas , state or village will have access to phenomenal and inspiring women who will serve as their mentors and counsellors.

  51. Greetings,
    My name is Ngosa Kulula, a 22 year old female from Zambia. I am currently in my final year pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management and I am passionate about leadership capacity building for young girls.
    As Zambia closely draws towards a General Election in the year 2021 I would like my project to focus on Leadership Empowerment and Good governance awareness for young girls. My project will be titled Girl 4 Good Governance. This will be in alignment with goal number 5- Gender Equality, in this case with a focus on female representation in leadership and decision making positions with the government preceding as the policy making house.
    Mentoring girls between the ages of 10-16 on leadership is a great start for equal representation in years to come. Empowering and tapping into their inner leader at an early age allows them to break free of the stereotype that only boys can lead or run for government offices and bring about a revolutionary mindset change because GIRLS CAN TOO!
    It also gives them a free space to harness all the Leadership potential within them allowing them to start making a change in their communities.
    For a country such as mine, Zambia, that is facing a great complacency from young people towards democracy and good governance due to past frustrations, this project brings a new hope of reigniting that passion and awareness. This time with girls taking an equal lead!
    Girls 4 Good Governance.

  52. My Name is Faith James,I am a Nigeria. I am a graduate of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering. I am Candidate for Becoming a SNCC Ambassador in my Community and Country.
    I am a girl child advocate for Development and Growth.’if our world would be a better place we must protect,guide,direct and advocate for the well being of the girl child very Early’,which has being my passion and desire.
    I hope to Make a meaningful impact to the program enabling me to use the potentials within me,thereby improving my skills. Thank You!

  53. Hello, my name is Afungfege Evita a youth leader and passionate volunteer in Bamenda Cameroon.
    My Change Project is to produce a documentary on “Surviving as a girl child” in my community
    Living in a community where over 700 youths have died, 160,000 thousand have migrated into Nigeria to seek refuge and many others internally displaced because of of the Anglophone crisis which has been ongoing for the past 4 years today. As a youth leader, I have realized girls and women are the most vulnerable in the crisis as they are prone to gender based violence, the health of pregnant women and rape. The Northwest and Southwest region is the most affected in the crisis because it is the only English speaking region in Cameroon, also migration is not an option thus the people have no choice than to live in their communities despite the unrest.
    Using video I will make a documentary on “HOW TO SURVIVE IN CRISIS AS A GIRL CHILD”
    The documentary will serve as an awareness campaign for girls and women in the affected regions of Cameroon. This project will engage over 100 girls and women affected by the crisis in one way or the other interviewed and bring up precautions to avoid other young girls experiencing gender-based violence and rape.
    I believe to be a change maker for the world I have to be one for my immediate community

  54. I am a Nigerian by name Ekwuemeh Blessing Uchenna. A student of the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. My Change project would be “Sending Gender Based/Domestic Violence to exile”
    I strongly believe that my change project would make a positive impact in my country. Now, how do I intend going about this? First by sensitisation programmes and enlightenment campaigns especially to these women who are the victims. As unbelievable as it might sound, some women still believe that wife battering is justifiable depending on the offence committed. If these women for whom we are working to protect their interests do not even see the perpetrators of the crimes as doing the wrong thing, then the issue gets more complicated and ambiguous. These women need to understand that nothing justifies Gender based Violence, in any form it comes. Some of the victims on the other hand know fully well that it’s not justifiable to get abused, physically or in any way but they still refuse to speak up because of fear. These category of victims need shoulders to lean on and people to confide in. I am ready to work with SNCC to give my shoulder. According to a research study carried out in the North Eastern part of Nigeria, over 43% of abused women believe that wife battering can be justified on grounds of matters like: burning the food, arguing with the husband, going out without asking for permission, neglecting the children and refusal to have sexual intercourse. This is a very wrong impression that has to be corrected. According to another study by the National Demographic and Health Survey carried out on Nigerian men and women in 2013. Statistics show that, 28.3% of females between 15-19 years, 31.2% of females between 20-24 years, 29.5% of females between 25-19 years, 31.5% of females between 30-39 years and finally 26.6% of females between 40-49 years experience either physical or sexual abuse. Sadly, my Mum was a victim of domestic violence and I know how it has affected her life. I am so passionate about fighting Gender Based Violence till it goes into exile. I believe that if I am made an SNCC ambassador, I would devote my time, energy and resources to the fight. Thank you.

  55. My name is Ajayi, Iyanuoluwa. From Ondo state, Nigeria.
    I want to ensure proper orientation of girl child education around my region and possibly the whole Nigeria. This will be a great opportunity to enlighten them of a good and grind education and it will reduce the number of girl-child marriage around my community.

  56. My name is Oluwatoyin , I am a Nigerian .
    Looking at our community the root of our problems is gender inequality because some believes girls child education is in the kitchen they don’t have access to education and this leads to early marriage without any job which later leads to overpopulation and malnutrition and even untimely death , I believe if we address this issue almost all our problem will be solved .

  57. My name is Agnes Mwambila from Kenya. My project of change will aim at empowering the girl child towards completion of education and realizing their life dreams. Kilifi county in Kenya has the highest number of girls dropping out of school as a result of teenage pregnancies and poverty. Due to existing cultural and family values, their is significant disregard to the importance of education. Most girls look forward to marriage and having children as the greatest accomplishment in life. This is partly because they have not been exposed to the many possibilities that can be brought as a result of education.
    The change project will therefore seek to rally 20 young women from Kilifi county who have attained success in various fields, and are willing to give their time to empowering young girls to realizing their dreams and attain high education levels. It will also seek to rally support from the county government and well wishers to support young girls, young mothers and out-of schools girls to access education opportunities in both the formal and informal sectors.
    I believe that this project will have a ripple effect, as the young girls who are mentored with other young girls will seek to do the same for others as well, and therefore reaching out to more people.

  58. Hi, my name is Marie and I am a British citizen. My change project will be, advocating for marginalised BAME women and girls in the UK. My plan is to create an engaged network of young girls and women and link them with highly successful women in Business, Government, Charities, and Sport, and create a safe space both offline and online. I believe this is important and crucial because in the UK, non-white people are still discriminated against and lack access to empowerment and opportunities.

  59. I am Amah Ann; a Cameroonian.
    I have witnessed the difficulties young people in this part of my country face in getting themselves educated due to the political crises and how for the same reason many children have been deprived of education completely. Being a recent graduate I have witnessed the misery of unemployment and how many young people feel agitated and hopeless by reason of this. Also how Finally being a social entrepreneur with an engineering background, I am highly motivated to reach out to the youths and children to create opportunities for formal and informal education, to empower them through ICT and skill acquisition.

  60. My name is Pwajok Margaret Yop. I am a Nigerian. I have seen children halk to feed, beg for food, out of school and children doing hard labour for food or petty money. I am deeply disturbed by this issue and my project will work towards curbing child abuse and encouraging children to be in school. This project will be extremely beneficial to my community and would eventually contribute to lowering the tendencies for out-of- school children to constitute a menace in the society.

  61. Good day everyone, I am Braimah Khadijat, and I am from Nigeria.
    My change project will be called “Restoring Hope” . it will be aimed at promoting SDGs 1, 2,4,5 and 8.
    In Nigeria today, we have children, teenagers and youths who have given up in humanity, there is a high prevalence of child abuse, drug abuse, and other social vices which arises mostly due to unemployment, lack of quality education, poverty and hunger. Restoring hope will through its programs, equip children and youths especially the females with entrepreneurship skills, digital skills, agro-preneurial skills and life-saving skills to help curb the issue of unemployment, poverty and hunger. Restoring hope will also be an advocate for quality education and make sure every child especially those in rural areas have access to quality education.
    Restoring Hope will be a platform that gives the voiceless a voice and also hope to the hopeless.
    Thank you

  62. My names are Bettina Amendi,I am a World Pulse Ambassador, i advocate for a safe online space for women and girls. on World Pulse. Thank you Madam Oluwadamilola Taiwo Oyebanji for this lifetime opportunity,I beleive in God to do my best.The burden on fuel outsourcing ,availability and utilisation is usually put on women,girls and children in our country. I am the founder of PIKA SOLUTIONS which is a fuel company that aims to provide portable, affordable and readily available biogas fuel .It also has an enterprising option.

  63. Am Evas Turinawe, a female Ugandan and founder of Goodwill Women’s Pulse. My intended project (Let All Girls Attain Secondary Education) is to narrow the gap between primary and secondary enrollment of girls in rural areas. This will be through training girl pupils how to make reusable pads since most of them can not afford buying disposable ones and as a result they end up missing school while in their menstrual periods hence poor grades at the end of primary level. This will be backed up with workshops, meetings with pupils, teachers and parents/caretakers with an intention of sensitizing them about the negative effects resulting from child abuse and neglect, gender stereotypes and inequality, early marriages. With this project, I hope 95% of girls who enrolled for primary level will be able to cross to secondary level. This will give them a chance to be exposed to sexual education and advanced knowledge of understating hence freedom and rights to participate in community and family decisions, self control and development.

  64. my name is Rose Onuka.. I am Nigerian an I currently live in Nigeria. my project change will be to educate the girl child mostly about they reshus factor etc especially in the rural are of my country.. I am also a final year student optometrist which could give me a platform for outreach programs for the girl child..I will would love to educate the girl child on personal hygiene n proper behavior. thank you

  65. 1. I am a citizen of Nigeria
    2. My change project would focus on the main objectives of this organization which centers around 8 goals out of the 17 goals of Sustainable Development; Goal #1- goal #6, goal #16, and goal #17 by;
    a. Ending poverty in all it’s forms everywhere, because poverty is more than lack of income or resources- it includes lack of basic services such as education, hunger, social discrimination and exclusion, and lack of participation in decision making.
    b. Ensuring zero hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
    c. Ensure healthy lives and promote well being for all ages.
    d. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
    e. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. With access to education, healthcare, decent work and representation in political and economic decision process will fuel sustainable economics and benefits societies and humanity at large.
    e. Ensure availability and sustainable management of clean water and sanitation for all.
    f. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable Development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.
    g. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable Development.

    The simple idea is by telling everyone about the goals through advocacies and sensitization in addressing the core issues brought to the world’s attention at the sustainable Development summit on 25th of September 2015. With the aim of making the first generation to end extreme poverty, the most determined generation to end inequality and injustice and the last generation to be threatened by diseases.

    3. Why I believe my change prospect will make a positive impact in my country is because I’ve been a part of the Sustainable Development Goals overtime, and we’ve touched/changed a lot of lives through that, bringing the life of the sad/despair into joy.

  66. I am Ijeoma Obike from Nigeria.
    My Change Project is centered on young teenage girls. In some parts of the country, they are cases of female genital mutilation which in turn affects their self esteem and general outlook on life. Most of these young girls are married off at a young age and a lot of these young girls engage in sexual activities at a very young age which in turn sidetracks them from chasing their goals and pursuing their dreams if plagued with teenage pregnancy. Some of them become mothers at a very young age with not enough resources to take care of themselves and their babies both physically,mentally or even emotionally. So I plan to try my best to stop this cycle through my social work through sensitisation and proper education and equipping with the right skills and values.
    I believe my Change Project will bring to light what these teenagers pass through in the form of trauma,stigma and low self esteem. My Change Project aims at fighting Child marriage and teenage Pregnancy at its roots by equipping these young ones with the right information especially those at the rural areas and also giving them the hope they deserve in order to dare for their dreams and take their place in the society and the world at large.

  67. My name is Chimwmemwe Chitambala,i am a student from Zambia. My change project will focus on teenage pregnancies and girl’s education. i will focus on educating and empowering girls who have dropped out of school due to teenage pregnancies,i will ensure girls get to learn the importance of education and why they need to stay in school. I will also educate girls who are school not to get involved in sexual activities because they have to concentrate on school and if they fall pregnant they will have to drop off from school which will prevent them to further their career and become what they imagined to be. I will also work gender equity,this is to encourage the girls that everyone has the right to education and not the boys only.
    This is change project will have great impact on my country,it recently recorded high number of girls falling out of school due to early pregnancies and if i get up this challenge to work towards this,i believe the number of girls falling out of school will reduce and hence increase the number of educated girls in my country.”If you educate a girl you educate the whole nation”

  68. It is a really helpful post. I am highly interested to apply as SNCC Ambassador of Change.

  69. My name is Victoria Jason and I am from Namibia.
    Namibia has a high rate of what we call “ Passion Killing” which is basically male gender killing the female gender. This should come to an end. Women in Namibia are now afraid to leave toxic/ abusive relationships because they are not protected, women are not educated and have no means to go to court and hire a lawyer.

    My project will be about educating the female child, the female mother, the female in general on how they can go about abuse.

  70. My name is Negesa Sharifa ,a Ugandan Citizen and graduate student of Information Technology from Makerere University.
    My change project is aimed at saving the girl child from Female Genital Mutilation in the Eastern districts of Sebei region especially Kween, Bukwo, Kapchorwa and Amudat where the practice is common. Many girls in this region are affected by this cultural practice which is harmful to their health. Many girls end up dropping out of school and get married at such an early age. They are denied a right to education due to the trauma and stigma they face from this practice. By being an Ambassador for SNCC, I familiarize this as an opportunity to help a girl child who is being affected by such a practice through sensitization and creation of volunteer armies to cub the practice

  71. I’m Mariam Mahmoud from and currently living in Cairo, Egypt. My change project is called ” Our Tomorrow”. My long-term plan is opening up widley-spread learning centers all over Egypt that basically target poor children whose families cannot afford not only to pay their education fees, but also they cannot cover their education related expenses such as transportation and food, so they end up quitting schools. I’m also planning to offer psychological and educational sessions for the children’s parents in order to better prepare them on how to deal with the children and in order to make the parents more knowledgeable and to appreciate the importance of their children’s education. Initially, I’m starting up with opening up only one learning center in Matarya district where I belong to, so I believe that I have a better knowledge on where and how to reach out the children and their families. Then, I’m planning to expand to more marginalized areas, especially in rural areas, where the children illiteracy and labor problems are so significant, and in order to get some help in reaching out to those kids and their families, I’m planning to partner with other on-campus clubs which have been working with such issues for years now, as this will better guide and enable me to reach out more children. At the beginning, I’m planning to fund the project myself and to recruit both national and international volunteers to help the already existing teachers in providing the children with a better education. I’m personally interested in children education and poor children empowerment in Egypt in general because the problem is so significant in Egypt, as according to an announcement made by the Egyptian Education Ministry as many as 55,000 children in Egypt dropped out schools only in the last 2 years which takes us to another problem which is child labor that is continuously increasing in Egypt, as per a survey made by UNIECEF in 2014 about 1.6 million Egyptian children are involved in labor.Some factors or what I call trigers for my passion towards solving this problem and to be committed to this cause. I will share with you two triggers. Trigger number one is that I encounter those children everyday on public transportation and I see them selling instead of enjoying their childhood and getting a good quality education. Trigger number two is my volunteering experience in 2016 at Parikrama learning Center in Bangalore, India where I saw what a wonderful and a great job they are doing with the children in Bangalore and how they are working on providing them with high quality education and a more decent life. I believe that it is not about providing free education as we already have free education in Egypt, but it is about conquering the other factors that hi nder the children and discourage their families from sending them to schools such as education-realted expenses such as transportation and food. I hope to be through my project the trigger or the awakening call for encouraging the children’s families to let their children enjoy their basic rights because I personally believe that if any country wants to develop, it has got to start with its children.

  72. I am a Nigerian
    My changed project would be aimed at saving the young girls especially those that are being abused and thought that the world is against them bringing them up all together and also helping them both physically mentally and educationally

  73. My name is James Millinx JEROME, Iam Haitian. I am so happy to have opportunity to give my opinion.
    -Children are the future, and that is available every where. But if we don’t think about their future that can be bad for the world, for the next generation… Have a positive future and a negative, we have to develop all of us, our leadership to help to save the world. Education is the base but we have to keep them motivate, let’s them know they have an obligation to save the world. Health, their Rights… I am working to create a network, i want to help to save the Children, save the world.

  74. Hello, I am Regina Tetteh from Ho in Ghana. My project is about providing a serene environment for continuing students in my school which will be serene , affordable and close to lecture areas of students. It is aimed at promoting goal number 4 of the SDGs. The hostel facilities provided by the school isn’t adequate and so after completing first year, students are required to move out to look for accomodation in the region which is not conducive. It takes lots of struggle to acquire one which is usually either too expensive or too far from lecture areas. But students have no choice but to manage those although it affects their studies since most return to home very tired after walking long distances.

  75. My name is Imane MAGREZ, I ma from Oujda, Morocco.
    My project is ” we are equal”, a high school tour about gender quality, gender bias and human rights. The main objective is to raise awareness about these issues among youth. The idea is to minimize the gap between genders, made because of our cultural and religious background.
    The problem with gender issues in Morocco is ignorance. I believe that there is nothing worst than the tolerance of the untolerance, especially when it is based on ignorance. My project is mainly about raising awareness and educating people. I believe that “we are equal” will bring a positive change to my community because first, my target is high schoolers, who are still on the process of personality building. Second, because it is still a taboo to bring these issues, especially gender bias, openly in Morocco, worse in public schools. The fact that my project will push young people speak the unspeakable and express their ideas, will help them odd the taboo image they have about the topic. And I believe that once we discuss it, we will easily find a way to solve it.

  76. My name is Omobolanle Onilogbo. I am from and currently live in Nigeria.

    Nigeria being a country with poor women representation in almost all sectors but especially the political and economic sector is the reason why I hope to drive a compulsory basic 12 year education of every girl child and the empowerment of as many girls in various skills such as digital marketing, coding, farming, fashion designing, public speaking and many more. I hope to teach as many how to start and maintain businesses and pursue careers in politics. In the end I hope to build a large group of female empowerment advocates who after developing themselves will further develop other women and ensure sustainability of the project.

    I believe that the first step to developing a nation is to empower its women as we account for a greater population percentage. We are a majority being treated like the minority and I believe that this project along with the many efforts of other NGOs can change this. Not only does it create an opportunity to develop the country, it also stands to reduce the violation of women rights in the country.

  77. this is a great opportunity in putting an end to injustice among the youth, and also a way of changing the world.

  78. My name is queen agada from Nigeria,my change project will be being a voice to the voiceless by being a facilitator,organizer,counsellor and advocate by empowering my community with the knowledge, resources and capacity to self direct and self-govern thier life and circumstances, my change project will have a positive impact on my country because working with marginalized individuals and having the opportunity to build them up,i will be offering more perceptive to children of abuse letting them know we care and most importantly being a voice because sometimes speaking out for someone drowned by the crowd could be the biggest difference i can make in my country.

  79. 1. I am a citizen of Nigeria.
    2.My change project would be aimed at educating the girl child and providing easy access to education(not just academic but vocational) at the rural areas.
    3. If the girl child is educated, the rate of child marriages and sexism will greatly reduced and by making education accessible to the rural areas, poverty and unemployment will be tackled from the root.

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