AFRICA-ASIA YOUTH FOUNDATION

FOUNDING MEMBERS

Binh Nguyen

Environmental education practitioner of Live and Learn for Environment and Community Vietnam ( a local NGO works with communities, especially youth communities in Vietnam to stimulate their attitudes, values and actions that are ethical and sustainable ).

Binh Nguyen

Vietname
Foster Addo

Final year BA. LLB(Hons in Law) of University School of Law and Legal Studies( Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University). On 24th June 2018, he assumed the position of Public Relations Coordinator for the Association of African students in India(AASI-Delhi).

Foster Addo

Ghana
Kush Mandel

Energetic, dynamic and a very enthusiastic social activist representing Nepal. He is the one who always fights for change in the society. He has always a belief of working in diversity and making the work go in more effective manner and also believe in team work with active participation.

Kush Mandel

Nepal
Thandiwe Ndlovu

An Advocate for equal access to healthcare and Information. Knowledge is power! A believer that key populations should gain access to health facilities no matter the economic background and target group. Thandiwe is pursuing her post graduate studies in global health and currently involved in youth led projects.

Thandiwe Ndlovu

Zimbabwe
Keshav Saini

Energetic, Ambitious Person With A Mature And Responsible Approach To Any Task. I Have Been Enhanced With Many Skills .I Am Able To Manage And Cooperate Large Groups Of People. I Possess Good Excellent Communication Skills And Ability To Work With In Minimum Or No Supervision.

Keshav Saini

India
John Patrick Omegere

Pursuing MA- international Studies at the Symbiosis School of International studies, Omegere John Patrick is a graduate of bachelors of commerce from Brihan Maharashtra College of commerce, Pune university. He is the Chief Africa coordinator for the Great African Caravan (GAC) Passionate about social-economic inclusion inclusive leadership and social entrepreneurship for sustainable development,

John Patrick Omegere

Uganda
Xinzhu Li

Born in 1996, from southwest China, with BA in Hindi language and current MA in South Asian Studies. An advocate of cultural exchange with a hopefully Chinese perspective, and a disciple of the belief that diversity is key to happiness.

Xinzhu Li

China
Ezeugo Nnamdi

a profound and Astute Pan-African hailing from Ubakala, Nigeria, he is a champion of Servant Leadership, good governance, diversity and gender Neutrality. Ezeugo is serving as the Director African Affairs at the Indian Institute of Governance and Leadership (IIGL) a Non governmental

Ezeugo Nnamdi

Nigeria
Amadou sarjo jallow

A final year student of Computer science in Delhi University. Acting president of International students House, Delhi university. IPSFRI global youth ambassador to The Gambia. Very passionate and committed to social work.

Amadou sarjo jallow

The Gambia
Suyash Kharel

Student of Machine Learning and Data Science is at his final year of undergraduate studies pursuing Bachelors of Science in Information Technology from Stratford University, New Delhi. He has been working on various social fronts including working as a secretary of Nepalese Student Helping Hands (NSHH) in India

Suyash Kharel

Nepal
Toraj Inteaashi

M.A.political science Student in University of Delhi – India. He is a life long learner who believes that a person who is flexible, open minded and interested in learning can do better than others who do it in classic old ways. A strategist who believes in team work and delegation of responsibilities leads to better results.

Toraj Inteaashi

Afghanistan
Presidoe Okuguni,

Devoted to promoting youth rights and cultural inclusion and has for the past few years put his time into advocacy to drive social change within and around his community through cross-cultural integration. served as Chief Africa Coordinator, The Great African Caravan (GAC) a UNESCO supported project.

Presidoe Okuguni,

Nigeria
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