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KABANO JOHN BOSCO replied to Rene Teijgeler's discussion Prediction of a conflict
Jan 3, 2012
KABANO JOHN BOSCO updated their profile
Oct 4, 2011
KABANO JOHN BOSCO commented on jonathan power's blog post Putin watching!
"First, i see the preachers of democracy being the ones to ruin it through building family circles to the deteriment of the ordinary people. The on and off of putin, shows  how stalin and globacgov legacy is still a recurrying in the present…"
Oct 4, 2011
KABANO JOHN BOSCO replied to Kira Kern's discussion Rwanda Human Rights Delegation for Young Leaders -- Winter 2012
"Interesting, i have privileged to present a paper on youth participation in during your 2009 worship in Kigali, should you need me again, am available."
Sep 3, 2011
KABANO JOHN BOSCO commented on Craig Zelizer's video
Aug 29, 2011
"I have always thought that if nations can nature their military with mentor power ratherthan that of uniform then peace can be achieved"
Aug 11, 2011
KABANO JOHN BOSCO commented on Richard Close's blog post Posted White Paper "Democracy & Global Web Education" by Richard C, Close CEO Chrysalis Campaign
"Absolutely collect, i have always argued to reconstruct a local knowledge that we can be able to effective encounter other theories and  left with are charater and personality still in tact. Here in Rwanda, we face the same challenge too and a…"
Aug 9, 2011
KABANO JOHN BOSCO replied to Susan Armitage's discussion Measuring Youth Competency Development - Independent Evaluation Results
"Grately helpful, to some of us who 're youth consultants. In few minutes i will be finalising my Masters dissertation titled: The impact of national youth policy on youth empowerment in kigali,Rwanda. And such research is an added useful…"
Aug 5, 2011

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
John Bosco is the Founder and of UNITED AFRICAN YOUTH ASSOCIATION (UAYA)
Trained as educator and development specialist, during the 2002 NEPAD/APRM reforms in Africa, John Bosco was one of the few Rwandans that actively advocated for youth mainstreaming in NEPAD process.
He was very instrumental in conferences like, the African youth parliament Nairobi-Kenya, the fourth African Development forum (ADF 4) pre youth symposium, Addisababa 2005 which all lead to major policy documents like the NEPAD youth Strategic frame work 2004 that later informed the elaboration of the African youth charter which was adopted by heads of states and governments.
His exposure to international development agenda earned him and other 22 young influential leaders from Africa and German an opportunity to co-author a common paper on how to develop partnership between Africa and German and held meetings and lectures at leading European institutions like the EU parliament, NATO, German parliament, the German presidential palace and other historical sites like the holocaust memorial and cathedral church which has existed since 2002 years.
In 2005-2006, John Bosco passionate with public debate made history, when he started a youth radio forum on flash FM, he volunteered to sustain un ill funded show for one year despite, the fact that Rwanda was still in the climate of fear. High profile officials flying in Kigali capital where invited to share their mind capturing imagination on the future of Rwanda and what the role of the Rwandan youth entail. And notable of these include Rose, from the South African institute on international affairs, Mbaye from UNECA and many local dignitaries and youth leaders. It was during this one year that john bosco developed interest in public debate and event moderator that he currently shares in business services.
The vision he had of " youth leadership", led to the 'birth' of Innovative Leadership Strategies and Entrepreneurship Academy (ILESA LTD)

After establishing this concept, John Bosco was once again exposed to youth participation and research, as a consultant His passion to address youth and child needs became an obsession he is currently trying share with you in book that his is yet to publish.
John Bosco, in his then capacity as a youth development consultant, helps to address youth queries through voluntary meetings with youth in Rwanda. He successfully completed a course at Rwanda institute of management and administration (RIAM) on rural consultancy. This knowledge he now shares with others.

He was an active participant during the Africa Peer Review mechanism in Rwanda and in other African countries acceded to APRM, where he endeavored to contribute on behalf of the youth of Africa. A key to his passion in governance and democracy research despite his education background as a trained teacher from Kigali Institute of Education. He went on to pursue a master in development studies with Kabale University, majoring in policy formulation and policy analysis.
John Bosco’s expertise has made him a well-known personality in Africa. His numerous televisions, radio and print media interviews and the number of high level conferences and events he has addressed, testifies to the respect he commands in the field of youth participation, empowerment in Africa.
He is regarded as an expert on issues affecting the youth and child development needs, as such; his contributions are now sought after in many people-driven summits and events. These events include topics on LEADERSHIP; youth based research and how they are mainstreamed in policy development and implementation.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Rwanda, DRC, Burundi, Durfur,Tanzania, Uganda,central Africa and Germany
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?
Project: Innovative Leadership Strategies Academy(ILESA)
How many years professional experience do you have ?
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Mainstreaming, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Development, Diplomacy, Education, Gender, Humanitarian Relief, Organizational Development, Policing, Psychosocial, Rule of Law, Security, Social Entreprenuership
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Evaluation, Monitoring, Program Administration, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Ethics of care philosophy
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Standing at the moment of your destney:A promise to an injured nation, coming soon.

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