"Jennifer I can't belief there are so much information for associations in developing countries until I joined PCDN. I thank you also the the additional link to other resources to enhance development work."
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Lucia Quachey is an accomplished development practitioner and social entrepreneur. She enhances organizations or individual ability to engage efficiently and productively with their aspired goals by: coaching to support their desires to grow, learn and be better at what they do. She uses her dynamism, creativity, innovation and strategic thinking capacities to enhance project delivery. Has developed strategy for resolving conflicts and the ability to bring out hidden talents in people. Kindly visit www.ghanawomenentrepreneurs.org for more information.
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Have expertise in working in East and Southern Africa, West Africa, which covers 45 counties in Africa.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
President / CEO Ghana Association of Women Entrepreneurs (GAWE)
How many years professional experience do you have ?
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Agriculture, Anti-Corruption, Business, Conflict Mainstreaming, Conflict Resolution, Development, Dialogue, Environment, Gender, Information and Communication Technology, Nonviolence, Organizational Development, Social Entreprenuership, Violence Prevention, Youth
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Advocacy, Budgeting, Capacity Building, Evaluation, Fundraising, Program Administration, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Gender and Tax Justice System in Ghana
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She Co-authored three books:
1. Maintaining the Momentum of Beijing, Part 1: Gender Development in Ghana:
The Beijing Factor, Pg.55
2. Entrepreneurship in Africa: A STUDY OF SUCCESS
3. Africa, Continent of Economic Opportunity.
I need you email to send you an attachment of the youth program.
Here are a series of links that explain the program. The thing to keep in mind is to keep it simple. In the case of Lusaka High School I walked un annouced into the head techers office, was in vited back the next day. We did 30 minute talk with the kids and with only teacher they grabbed out cells and cameras to do 17 stories in 90 minutes. In the case National University of Lesotho they had me 5 workshops. You can do this many ways. just keep it simple.
There have been a number of requests to do a more aggressive recruitment of African youth into social networking. For this are putting together a town wide program called CyberYouth Day that would involve Telco sponsors and all of the towns Cyber Café launch a massive sign of youth on email, training and community leadership training on how the Internet can help with development. On the sponsorship page there more information on this. This is also a way for use to generate sponsorship funds, which we greatly needed by all of us.
Digital storytelling training materials: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/page/free-curriculum
Field Internet marketing guide for small groups: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/page/country-field-guide
How to launch a CyberYouth Day event: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/page/cyberyouth-day
Youth spirit Lusaka High School: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/video/i-am-africa-this-is-my-story
Youth quality: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/video/i-am-africa-this-is-my-story-1
Youth Activist: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/video/i-am-africa-this-is-my-story-5
Youth doing the impossible – Lost bot of Sudan and friend: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/video/i-am-africa-sshco
Cyber Youth Day Information: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com/page/cyberyouth-day
This is a lot of information. If you care to SKYPE i can walk you through it.
Read up on your work. As a fellow strategist I love it.
There is much to share. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the UNESCO contest and training materials: http://i-am-the-story.ning.com
There are complete training materials for you on the site with wonderful stories form women. There is also and even we can do with you calla CyberYouth Day.
On the flow of knowledge I have community under the Global Learning Framework and have lectured about Industrial education vs democratic learning.
Even know how to cook Jollof rice... Another fun story.
Let's save some lives
We can help you by providing a platform four you you to tell your women's story online in a positive way. How can we work together to do that?
You can see the stories of Young Lesotho women at http://i-am-the-story.ning.com
In lesotho we did a workshop on the impact of the internet on Afrcian youth. Here it is. Only 30 minutes. The YouTube stories the resulted are on"I am Africa. This is my story..." sponsored by UNESCO Power of Peace Network. Please Join
How can we get the word out to your youth? feel free to contact me personally at email@example.com
I totally agree with you.Getting African women out of poverty has proven not to be only beneficial for her but to her whole family and society.As educated African women we should provide a role model to show them that they can do it.
Do you think that micro finance is a sustainable solution to poverty in Africa?
Anytime u send in a comment like this, you left me with great impression. It is my delight to work with you any day, anytime. Whatever role you fell i need to play, please dont hesitate to let me know. The challenges of spreading peaceful messages could be tedious, yet we must neither fail nor falter in our quest. To God be the glory!
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