Use this page to introduce yourself to your fellow participants
- 1 Farai
- 2 LuckyLuka
- 3 Shining Star
- 4 Ebiho Agun(Ms)
- 5 Koziba Malibala
- 6 Ruvimbo
- 7 Mulako Mwanamwalye
- 8 TANGINEZA François d'Assise
- 9 Gabriel Konayuma
- 10 Leah T Olu-King
- 11 Michael K. Mburu
- 12 Una Medina
- 13 Paul K Sang
- 14 Ubandoma
- 15 Wilson J. Mbongwe
- 16 Remmy Shawa
- 17 Nwodo Chinenye
- 18 Levy Oyono
- 19 Maxwell Banda
- 20 Enos Mwale
- 21 Helen
- 22 Tatenda Songore
- 23 Wekha Khonje
- 24 Kasonde M. Chama
- 25 Noel Ntahobari
Greetings Everyone,My Name is Farai Chansa and I work with an organisation called GOLD Peer Education Development Agency as a trainer. I am very interested in interacting with you all and sharing our knowledge with one another.
My name is Luks Jonathan Mangset, i am a Deputy Director in the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Youth Development. I will want to learn new techniques and gain knowledge, that will be beneficial to my work, and also share experiences with others online.
--LuckyLuka 16:47, 31 January 2011 (UTC)Luka Mangset
(: Hello Luks, you are most welcome to this online workshop and I am sure you will enjoy learning new techniques here. All the best. --R C Sharma, PhD 18:49, 31 January 2011 (UTC))
- Luka, a warm welcome and i trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience. The experience here can be addictive but but legal <smile>. All the best --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:22, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
Hello, Good to know u are there but mind you I am coming in like the Wind!
My name is Ebiho Agun(Ms). I work for the Federal Ministry of Youth Development, Abuja, Nigeria. I am excited ab using the wikieducator for the IPYET 2011 online workshop. I am loking forward to sharing expereinces and to learn from others.--Shining Star 16:42, 31 January 2011 (UTC)<br>
(: Hello Ebiho, you are very welcome. We also look forward to learn from your experiences. Afterall WikiEducator is all about learning together! Best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 18:51, 31 January 2011 (UTC))
- Ebi, a warm welcome and i trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience. --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:21, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
My name is Koziba Malibala, I am 26 years old and I am from Botswana . I currently work with BOTUSA/CDC under the HIV Prevention Research unit as a Behavioural & Social Science Coordinator . Educational wise I have a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences as a combined major in Psychology and Environmental Science.I also work voluntarily as a youth activist in my country and my main objective is to empower young people with life skills. I am looking forward to seeing you all .
(: Hello Koziba, welcome to the Online workshop on wiki skills. It is also good to know about your work. Please share your experiences. Best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 17:27, 1 February 2011 (UTC))
- Hi Koziba, a warm welcome and i trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience. See you in Zambia soon - only when you complete all your assignments here <smile> --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:20, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi, My name is Ruvimbo Mupaso,im with YOUTH ADVOCATES ZIMBABWE ,my post is Project Manager,i hope to gain more knowledge and experience from this workshop
(: Hello Ruvimbo, you are most welcome. I assure you, you will find this workshop very useful and interesting. Regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 17:32, 1 February 2011 (UTC))
- a warm welcome and I trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:19, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi everyone! My name is Mulako Mwanamwalye, a Zambian working for SNV Netherlands Development Organisation as Education Advisor. I have been involved in youth development for more than ten years. I am very excited to be part of this course because I believe the diveristy of the participants' backgrounds will enrich the sharing and exchange of ideas and practices
(: Hi Mulako. You are most welcome. Yes, you are right that the diversity of participants will sure enrich the sharing and collaboration of ideas. Best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 17:30, 1 February 2011 (UTC))
- MM, a warm welcome and i trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:16, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
Rwandan Citizen, working as Coordinator of Association for the promotion of local potentialities which is a Rwandan Youth Serving Organization. I'm also Consultant in Youth Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Management Training.
(: Hello Tangineza, You are most welcome to this workshop. Pl share your experiences with us all. Best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 17:33, 1 February 2011 (UTC))
- a warm welcome Francois and i trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience. It will surpase Ypepeta of 2010 IPYET <smile> --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:13, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
Hello everyone! In our language we say "Muli bwanji" i.e. How are you? My name is Gabriel Konayuma, a Zambian working for as a Policy maker in Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training. I work for the Ministry of Science, Technology and Vocational Training. I have been involved in education and training as a teacher, curriculum developer and policy maker from 1992. look forward to fruitful knowledge sharing and networking during the online sessions and during the face-to-face sessions.
- a warm welcome and i trust you will surely enjoy every bit of this experience --Victor P. K. Mensah 23:10, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
:Hello Gabriel, thanks for joining the workshop. I am sure you will find this experience useful to your work. Best wishes,--R C Sharma, PhD 01:53, 2 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi my name is Leah T Olu-King from Windhoek, Namibia I am working at the City of Windhoek (Windhoek Municipality) Department of Economic Development and Community Services resposible for Business Development and Training. Iam very happy to be part of this program to be equip with new Skills and Knowledge in Youth Entrepreneurship Development and looking forward to share my experience with you all.
(: Hi Leah, welcome to this workshop and i hope you enjoy this training --Brian Sikute 13:29, 2 February 2011 (UTC))
: Hello Leah, greetings. It is good to have you in this training programme. Looking forward for more interaction, with best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 18:58, 2 February 2011 (UTC)
Michael K. Mburu
I am Mburu from Kenya and it is quite an excitement to register for this course; of course I stand to gain the most since I can see most of the other participants are doing great things related to this training; that is including my lecturer at Kenyatta University (Sang). Without say, I am a final year student at Kenyatta University pursuing a Bachelors in Computer Science and a Commonwealth Youth Representative for my country. And..... I am here to do a lot of learning
::Hello Mburu, you are most welcome! Thanks for your nice comments. We also look forward to a great workshop. We also welcome Mr Paul Sang! Regards, --Ramesh 19:04, 2 February 2011 (UTC)
Paul K Sang
My Names are Paul K Sang from Kenyatta university, currently i am a lecturer and head of Management science department under the school of business. i have some interest in entrepreneurship and project management training.Already i feel at home, i already have gotten to know (Virtually) Michael Mburu my fellow country man and also my student.With my teaching career, this is going to be interesting especially enhancing my skills of online teaching.
(: Dear Paul, Greetings. Welcome to this online IPYET workshop. Hope you are enjoying it. Please do share your views. --Ramesh Sharma, PhD 13:32, 3 February 2011 (UTC))
My name is Janet S Garba from Nigeria.I work with Federal Ministry of Youth Development Abuja. I feel good to be part of this programme. I am a Youth Development Officer working with the youth.
(: Hello Janet. You are welcome and we are happy too to have you in this workshop! Best, --Ramesh Sharma, PhD 13:14, 4 February 2011 (UTC))
Wilson J. Mbongwe
<colleagues of the IPYET 2011>. I feel so grateful to introduce myself as one of IPYET 2011 participant, My country is Botswana and i Work for the Department of Youth as Youth Development Fund Coordinator and i am so excited about this opportunity. I am currently reading towards attaining Masters in finance and control with the Amity Unversity(india)elearning mode. otherwise I have attained Bachelor of Business Administrtion from the the university of Botswana. I love u all. <regards>
(: Hello Wilson, you are welcome to join this workshop. Thanks for introducing yourself to the group. Its nice to know that you are studying through e-learning from Amity University, India. Wish you all the best, --Ramesh Sharma, PhD 18:13, 3 February 2011 (UTC))
I am sorry for joining late. I was trasitioning to a new job, and you know how it is...I had to settle down and all. But I'm happy to be here at last. My name is Remmy Shawa, I am a Zambian working for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Lusaka as HIV/AIDS Coordinator. I have 6 years of progressive work with young people at community, national, regional and global levels. Looking forward to learning from others, I believe I will gain a lot!
(: Hello Remmy, Welcome to the workshop. Its not late, you can still catch up. From the main menu you can see daily schedule and do the practice. Welcome once again!--Ramesh Sharma 13:16 4 February 2011)
My names are Nwodo Chinenye M. I work with Federal Ministry of Youth Development Nigeria, I am so excited about the opportunity to be part of this programme, to learn skills and gain knowledge in youth entrepreneurship. Am looking forward to share my experience to you all.
(: Hi Nwodo,you are most welcome. I am sure you will enjoy the workshop. Pl do see the daily schedule from home page of this workshop and try to learn the skills. In case of any difficulty, leave a message on my page. Regards, --Ramesh Sharma 13:18 4 February 2011)
Someone has said it before me, better .... than never. I'm Levy Oyono from Cameroon where I'm leading national youth professional insertion project named PAJER-U since two years. Before being National Coordinator, I've worked there as training and mobilisation head of department.
This professional activity comes after many years in youth issues commitment as militant.
Belonging to this community appears to me like one way to learn from others as noticed in my home page, "sharing knowledge for development".
Wish you all my best !
- hello Levy, you are most welcome and hope you will carry out the activities as exercises. best, --Ramesh Sharma, PhD 16:14, 9 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi everyone, my name is Banda Maxwell from Zambia and currently practicing my Human resource management. Our workforce is comprised of youths with an average age of 24 and this has been a great opportunity for me to facilitate a number of initiatives to accomodate them in the formal set up. Iam 30 years old and my experinece with youths is that they need guidance, support and attention if they are to have direction. Its challenging but never impossible to do. My best wishes though iam coming a bit late.
- hello Maxwell, you are most welcome and it is nice to know of your work. best, --Ramesh Sharma, PhD 16:16, 9 February 2011 (UTC)
Hello everyone, My name is Enos Mwale,36 years with over six years working with youth programmes in Southern Africa. Currently Working with Youth Investments Trust of Zambia. Our vision is to Empower Youth Enterprenurs in Zambia. Am an Accountant by profession
(: Hello Enos, Greetings and welcome to workshop. You may like to check the schedule here to do practice. Regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 16:20, 9 February 2011 (UTC))
Hi, my name is Helen, a Namibian, I am a youth worker and a coordinator of the youth credit scheme in Namibia.I enjoy working with youth.
(: Hello Helen, Greetings and welcome to workshop. You may like to check the schedule here to do practice. Regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 16:23, 9 February 2011 (UTC))
Dear Colleagues My name is Tatenda Songore. I am the programme director of Youth Advocates Zimbabwe and IPYET alumni 2010. I will be sharing with you more about myself but I really enjoy this training
(: Hello Tatenda, Greetings and welcome to workshop. You may like to check the schedule here to do practice. Regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 16:24, 9 February 2011 (UTC))
My name is Wekha Khonje, Am from Malawi and am a program officer for youth participation and economic empowerment working with the National Youth Council of Malawi. I have been working with and for young people for the past 8 years and I love it too bits.
(: Hello Wekha, Greetings and welcome to workshop. You may like to check the schedule here to do practice. Regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 01:52, 10 February 2011 (UTC))
Kasonde M. Chama
Hi fellow participants. My name is Kasonde from Zambia. I am an entrepreneur. I am also involved with empowering young people with skills related to my line of business i.e. wedding decor and confectionery.
(: Hello Kasonde, you are most welcome to the workshop. It is nice to know that you are empowering youth with life skills towards making them self-reliant. All the best, --R C Sharma, PhD 15:36, 10 February 2011 (UTC))
Hello everybody. Thougth late to this training because of health problems, I am glad to introduce myself to you. I am Noel Ntahobari, a 25 years old Rwandan. Actually, I am completing my MA in Peace and Reconciliation Studies at Coventry University in UK. Prior to coming in UK, I worked as a Project Manager with a leading business and marketing company in Rwanda. Simultaneously, I worked as a consultant in peace education and a trainer of the youth in conflict prevention/resolution. I am very glad to join this course which I hope, doubtlessly, will improve my skills in youth entrepreunership.