- SECURES MOUNT NED NWOKO RESORT AND TOURISM CENTER AS INCUBATION BOOT CAMP
WARRI – The Director General of Revive Africa Initiative, Amb. Ugagaoghene Ogheneyole N. has on Friday 4th October, 2019 in Warri, Delta State announced plans of the Initiative to launch the “Young African Volunteers Network”, an annual 3-day comprehensive youth leadership and mentorship program that will cover fully packaged courses on:
- Personal development and capacity building.
- Business leadership and entrepreneurship management.
- The power of networking and social influencing.
- Volunteering and community based need assessment.
- Team leadership and mobilizing workforce.
- Volunteers and funding for community development projects.
- Change actions, personal branding, pear leadership.
- Public speaking, civil engagements etc, that will prepare young African change agents for global impact.
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Addressing news men after a strategic meeting with the Executive Director of Graduate Tutors and Allied Services (GATES), Mr Ogaga Ossai (aka Ogaga Darlington Chuks), in Warri, Amb. Ugagaoghene maintained that the program is an offshoot of his organization’s efforts to build capacity amongst the youth and prepare them for global impacts through the provision of sustainable solutions to global societal challenges.
He further informed the press that the purpose of the strategic meeting with the Executive Director of Graduate Tutors and Allied Services is to finalize discussions to engage them as the official consultative partner to RAI to power the proposed leadership programme for the next four years, while noting that in few days time, both organizations will be signing a four years Memorandum of Understanding in this regard.
Fielding questions from the news men, the Director General revealed that the leadership of Revive Africa Initiative has secured the approval of Hon Prince Ned Nwoko, chairman of Mount Ned Nwoko Resort and Tourism centre Idumuje-Ugboko, for the use of the facility as incubation boot camp for the program.
When Asked of the date for this proposed leadership development program, Amb. Ugagaoghene Ogheneyole N said the Programme is proposed to kick off in the last week of November, 2019 tentatively but clarified that further consultations with relevant stake holders will determine the conclusion on the final dates for the program and that the links for online application forms will be available soon on the initiative’s website and all its official social media handles.