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Saji Prelis promoted Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo's blog post Youth and the 2013 Elections in Kenya
Feb 27, 2013
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo posted a blog post

Unveiling a Social Movement for Young Kenyan Patriots

Friends---Starting this week, we are going to see a complete thrust to the efforts of the nationalYouth Summit. As the efforts to host the summit come to a notch high, I take some time to reflect on the journey ahead and make an appeal to young people to join through the digital mechanism and be part of this, that is going to be according tome, a social movement for young patriots. Read on…See More
Jan 20, 2013
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo posted a blog post

What is there to write home about the International Youth Day 2012?

Today being the International Youth Day, I examine some of the gains made by young people, the failures of the system and a bit of reflection on what needs to be done to put the agenda of young people back to focus. Please read on http://bit.ly/MpM25OSee More
Aug 12, 2012
Erick I. Matsanza left a comment for Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo
"Great to meet you here brother.You are an asset to youths in East Africa, keep up the great works.   EM"
May 25, 2011
Erick I. Matsanza promoted Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo's blog post Youth Bulge Scenarios in Eastern Africa
May 25, 2011
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo posted a blog post

Youth Bulge Scenarios in Eastern Africa

Dear Friends---A couple of months ago we commissioned a paper to look at the different, changing age structures of young people in Eastern Africa. The work is near completion and the attached paper gives critical analysis of the youth bulge and its consequences as well as scenarios to look at. This is a very comprehensive outlook of the gleam picture that we have if nothing is done. However we could change the picture by ensuring that we use the bulge as an opportunity for economic boom in the…See More
May 25, 2011
Saji Prelis commented on Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo's blog post "YOUTH" The Ticking Told Mine?
"Thank You Emmanuel for sharing this.  Great speech today!!! I am glad You raised the stakes by asking for"... an honest talk and concrete actions...""
May 9, 2011
Saji Prelis promoted Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo's blog post "YOUTH" The Ticking Told Mine?
May 9, 2011
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo posted a blog post

"YOUTH" The Ticking Told Mine?

“YOUTH” The Ticking Time Bomb...or is it a Gold Mine?An Address to the Commonwealth Conference on ‘Investing in Youth Employment’9th-10th May 2011, Marlborough House, LondonBy Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo, CEO - Green Teams Initiative - AfricaMr. Kamalesh Sharma - Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Dr. Paul Otuoma Hon. Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports of Kenya, Ms. Poonam Ahluwalia, President YES Inc., Mr. Sridhar, Central bank of India, Your Excellencies the Heads of Missions to the…See More
May 9, 2011
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo posted a blog post

2000 Delegates to Meet and discuss How to create Jobs for the Youth

The 5th Global YES SummitJune 2 – 5, 2010Leksand, SwedenTwo thousand changemakers are coming to Leksand, Sweden because they don’t just talk a good story, they create them.Outside the limelightof stalled international negotiations, people are taking up the globalchallenges of environment, energy and development. They are shaping newways of working together locally and globally. They are creating workthat matters, seizing collaborative opportunities around concreteefforts that result in better…See More
May 1, 2010
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo is now a member of Network for Youth in Transition
Apr 12, 2010

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Emmanuel
Please share a short bio for yourself. This should be no more than 3-4 short paragraphs.
Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo is a Youth Development Consultant aged 30 years born in Kenya. He is the Country Leader of YES Kenya and the Coordinator of the YES Africa Regional Hub. He is a member of the International Youth Initiative Advisory Board of the Open Society Institute (OSI) that plans strategies for development in empowering youth to become active citizens able to influence public life. He is the Convener and Moderator of the national Youth Convention (NYC) a Kenyan youth movement for social, economic and political change and a life member of the Red Cross Society since 1994.

In recognition of his commitment to youth entrepreneurship and leadership in Kenya, he was selected as the recipient of the 2010 scholarship of the Tällberg Foundation’s David Sjögren Memorial Fund in Sweden that supports the development of young leaders from Africa. He has tremendous passion and dedication to the development of youth in Africa. He believes that young people need a youth-branded platform, from where they can speak powerfully, take appropriate action, inspire and influence positive change with a catalytic impact all over the world. He is currently working to extinguish 1 million kerosene lamps by replacing them with sustainable clean energy life changing products in East Africa.

Emmanuel has been involved with the YES Campaign since 1999 and played a lead role to establish the YES Kenya Country Network in 2002 that has grown to a national organization with over 8400 members. Emmanuel played a key role in organizing the third Global Youth Employment Summit YES Kenya 2006 in Nairobi with more than 1200 delegates from over 100 countries under the theme “Creating Markets…Unleashing Entrepreneurship”. Prior to the Summit he was very instrumental in discussions that lead to the Government of Kenya hosting the Summit and establishing the Ministry of Youth. He has been involved in harnessing the involvement of the larger civil society movement in Kenya to support youth led innovation and entrepreneurship.

He worked for the Kenya Alliance for Advancement of Children (KAACR) a rights advocacy NGO for children as a Field Program Officer. In 2003, he led the African delegation to Petition the Canadian Government to increase its ODA for Least Developed countries in the fight against HIV/AIDS and Poverty. In 2000 he founded the Child Rights Defenders Movement (CRDM), a rights advocacy Youth Group in Kenya. He was involved in a number of Government Processes including The Road Map to Youth Employment, National Youth Policy, Diaspora and External Remittances Policy and the Action Plan to Youth Employment for the Ministry of Labor and Human Resource Development and the Ministry of Youth Affairs respectively.


Emmanuel is widely traveled and has been an inspirational speaker at numerous local and international fora on youth Leading Development. He has been involved on consultancy in many local and international initiatives for young people including, Kenya Country Business Incubator, Straight Talk, Legal Resources Foundation, Youth Agenda, UNHABITAT, UNICEF, UNEP and International Computer Development Network (ICDANET).

He has a wealth of experience in Youth Development work, with strength in Systems Management and global Leadership; affiliate Programs of the Cambridge College in Boston Massachusetts.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you have direct and significant expertise
Africa
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
YYouth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability and The National Youth Convention
What are your main skills/expertise?
Entrepreneurship, Political Participation, Organisational Systems Management, Training and Capacity Building for the Youth
What are Your expertise areas/sectors when it comes to youth
Education, Development, Democracy, Livelihoods, Leadership
What are Your primary Skills, to compliment Your areas/sectors
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Evaluation, Grant Writing, Program Management, Program Design, Public Relations, Research, Training

Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo's Blog

Youth and the 2013 Elections in Kenya

Posted on February 27, 2013 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Youth and the 2013 elections – Emmanuel Dennis

Kenyan youth have an opportunity to prove they are not agents of doom by informatively taking active roles in ensuring peace is maintained during this 2013 electioneering process. Perhaps the 2007 bungled elections brought out a scar in the nation’s fiber as epitomized in the roles youths played in destroying property and…

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Unveiling a Social Movement for Young Kenyan Patriots

Posted on January 20, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Friends---

Starting this week, we are going to see a complete thrust to the efforts of the nationalYouth Summit. As the efforts to host the summit come to a notch high, I take some time to reflect on the journey ahead and make an appeal to young people to join through the digital mechanism and be part of this, that is going to be according tome, a social movement for young patriots.…
Continue

What is there to write home about the International Youth Day 2012?

Posted on August 12, 2012 at 7:13am 0 Comments

Today being the International Youth Day, I examine some of the gains made by young people, the failures of the system and a bit of reflection on what needs to be done to put the agenda of young people back to focus. Please read on http://bit.ly/MpM25O

Youth Bulge Scenarios in Eastern Africa

Posted on May 25, 2011 at 4:22am 0 Comments

Dear Friends---

A couple of months ago we commissioned a paper to look at the different, changing age structures of young people in Eastern Africa. The work is near completion and the attached paper gives critical analysis of the youth bulge and its consequences as well as scenarios to look at.

 

This is a very comprehensive outlook of the gleam picture that we have if…

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At 8:34am on May 25, 2011, Erick I. Matsanza said…

Great to meet you here brother.

You are an asset to youths in East Africa, keep up the great works.

 

EM

 
 
 

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