Choose your Young One!
List of Young Ones
Siyabonga Myeza, South Africa (click on name to read more)
Siyabonga works as Conservation Officer and sees himself playing an ever-increasing role in
inspiring others to utilise our resources sustainably and equitably,
so that we may all enjoy the benefits of this amazing planet by sharing knowledge with the communities and
and advocating sound policies implemented on the ground.
Kawegah Jnr P. Paul, Kenya (click on name to read more)
Kawegah’s vision is to actively participate in projects
that would nurture young people into dependable members of their society.
Those future leaders who would dedicate themselves for the service of humanity and create a society that is devoid of corruption,
but promotes integrity and creates room for a community that is ripe for progress in every aspect which matters to humanity.
James Lado Olimpio Mali, South Sudan, (click on name to read more)
James was severely injured as an infant during the civil war.
Nowadays he teaches the children of his village and shows us an incredible story of forgiveness. Read more: Mali, James – A Personal Story
Joy Ireri, Kenya (click on name to read more)
Joy lives in Nairobi and works in a company for renewable energy.
She would like to come to the Conference to learn and get inspired for her work in the field of sustainability.
Nahom Tsegaye Haile, Ethiopia (click on name to read more)
Nahom studied Architecture in Addis Ababa and in the US and lives and works for communities in Ethiopia now.
He wants to get inspired by the speakers and experts to deal with the existing and upcoming challenges of his country and Africa.
His vision is to initiate projects around sustainable development, environmental protection and peaceful coexistence.
Virak Dok, Cambodia (click on name to read more)
Virak Dok has a Bachelor’s Degree of Sociology at Royal University of Phnom Penh and
is now working full time for an NGO as a Morality Teacher. He helped organising the cross-border dialogue
with the neighboring countries, Vietnam and Thailand. He is expecting to set up a morality and healing center
where people can come and have family relationship healing and share their life stories and get morality guidance.
Joseph R. E. Buyaga, Tanzania (click on name to read more)
Joseph R. E. Buyaga is convinced that the future development of Africa will depend largely on ‘Youth Participation’
to build wholesome and functioning societies of today. His NPO ‘Youth Vision Sound Tanzania’ uses multimedia
to connect Young People all over the world – providing services, education and raising of awareness.
It is about how to realize our accountability, responsibility and potential to co-create countries with
transparent elections, good governance and true democracy. Photo
ALA, African Leadership Academy, Pretoria
Selected ‘Future Leaders’ from all over Africa get profound training in leadership skills
in the ‘African Leadership Academy’. Later they will bring their knowledge home to their countries
and play a significant role in enhancing people’s life quality.
Young Participants from South Africa
Itumeleng Ramoseli, South Africa (click on name to read more)
Itumeleng lives in a Township of Bloemfontein and is active as community worker.
As coach of his soccer club he wants to give young ones an alternative to drugs and alcohol.
His dream is to get more education to better serve his people.
Bongiwe Butini, South Africa (click on name to read more)
Bongiwe lives in a township of Bloemfontein and is active as community worker.
Her dream is to set up a practice for healing.
Dali Maleyile, South Africa (click on name to read more)
Dali lives near Bulungula, Transkei.
His vision is that his rural area prospers with people taking responsibility for their own empowerment.
Young San People from Platfontein, Kimberley, South Africa
After an intensive training in computer and healing skills in October 2013
most of the participants would love to participate in the Conference.
They are interested in the presentations from all over the world.
During the ‘Platfontein-Day’ (29 Sept. 14) of the Conference they will show their traditions and skills.
Students and Young Ones from Bloemfontein, South Africa
As we would like to enable future leaders to participate and
to become interested in the topics othe Conference – in order to get inspired
to take responsibility for sustainability, empowerment and integrity
in their own lives, their communities and countries.
*If you are a Young Future Leader who would like to participate at the Conference
and need sponsoring, please fill in your application Application for Future Leaders
and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a Young Participant from South Africawho would like to be part of the Conference
and need sponsoring, please send your application to email@example.com