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Name
Nana Oye
How did You find out about this Network/Resource?
through browsing
Please share a short bio for yourself. This should be no more than 3-4 short paragraphs.
I am a self-motivated, creative and a team player, with an excellent product developing and implementing skills. I need little or no supervision, in executing any job. I am not afraid of challenges, trying new things and belief in working hard to meet both individual and organizational goals. Highly ambitious and believe in working hard to see a project to its successful completion. I believe in the ability of using education and the development of individual skills to develop the African continent.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you have direct and significant expertise
west africa
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Consultant on Policy management and rural development
What are your main skills/expertise?
• An Excellent interpersonal and public communications skills
• Moderate Understanding of broad developmental international issues
• Strong economic analysis, interpretation and policy formulation skills
• Strong communication and strategic advocacy capabilities
• Innovative approach to the development of communication tools
• Networking and coordination capabilities
• Ability to use a wide range of information and communication technologies
• Very strong marketing skills
• Strong negotiation skills
• Ability to appraise project for execution from the project management approach
What are Your expertise areas/sectors when it comes to youth
Gender, Development, Democracy, Leadership
What are Your primary Skills, to compliment Your areas/sectors
Advocacy, Program Management, Program Design, Research, Training

Afoom's Blog

"Corruption" destroyer of development and father of poverty!!!

Posted on August 29, 2011 at 8:48am 0 Comments

"There are no shortcuts to fighting corruption and improving governance. On this front, both the African people, Government and the international community are expected to stand up against corrupt officials and practice that makes corruption thrive."

 

1.Public officials, refuse the thank you envelopes clients give you for doing your work.

2. Private citizens(You and I) refuse to pay for contracts you are not qualify for, or contracts that you won through the right…

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DEVELOPMENT

Posted on June 15, 2011 at 8:41am 0 Comments

Life has been defined in so many ways through generations. Development plays some part in these definitions, as a young African woman, life equals poverty eradication, which equals development, which means equity sharing in Africa.

Africa has been defined by the world as a developing continent for so long, yet poverty increases day by day, so many remedies have being prescribed by so many economic doctors, yet our sickness keeps growing from worse to worst.

So I ask, who best…

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"Time to demand more from our politicians"

Posted on May 12, 2011 at 3:24pm 1 Comment

I don’t remember the last time I listen to the radio. Why/ because it's either NDC this or NPP that, selfish politicians and money hungry networks, sorry guys, but I am just tired of you all.

Why can't we have a more informative and progressive discussions on our airwaves? Why can't we discuss how to make our roads more motor able? What about sourcing funds for the construction of more decent school buildings for our young generation learning under trees?

The World Bank and IMF…

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The New African Leader

Posted on March 28, 2011 at 7:32am 0 Comments

If what is going on in the Arab nations, is anything to talk about, then the future leaders of this continent are demanding for more.

Why must our rights as voters be taken for granted by the very people who claim to want the best for us?

Why have the older generation wasted all the resources of our continent? Greed: Pure and simple greed. Wanting to reap from where they haven’t sowed.

Its time we the next generation of leaders, take our destiny into our hands and demand…

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