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Joel Fortuné - Haiti

JoelJoel Fortuné is currently Majoring in Sociology at the Atlantic International University. In 2010 he held a CAPM, Certified Associate in Project Management with Executrain, a worldwide Corporate training provider based in the US but present in 25 countries. He is currently the Communication Director of N7 Group, a NGO working in Haiti, particularly with youth with a focus on Sustainable Development. While working with World Vision International in Emergency Response, he has noticed that many conflicts arise from the aid provided to the survivors of disasters. So, to better link Aid with Peacebuilding, he has participated in the Professional Training Program at the Peacebuilding & Development Institute in Washington DC in 2011 where he attended two classes: “ Program Design: Planning Projects for Measurable Peacebuilding and Development Impact “ and “Managing Humanitarian Operations In Conflict Areas”. Joel is also a member of Toastmasters International; an Organization specializing in Communication and Leadership. In 2009, he held the status of Advanced Communicator Bronze and Competent Leader. He hopes to make a difference in the world by planning and implementing projects which promote Peacebuilding and Sustainable Development.

Youth Without Boundaries

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Pawan Roy - Nepal
Grace Nyambura Wahome - Kenya
Nkeiru Johnson-Achilike - Nigeria
Samir Raj Acharya - Nepal
Rajan Pandit – Co-Coordinator, Nepal
Ike, Ikechukwu Anthony - Nigeria
Kelvin Mutize - Zimbabwe
Manitheepan Kandiah - Sri Lanka
Meidimi Sokoto - Kenya
Moulaye Haidara - Mali
Rewati Raman Dhakal - Nepal
Chatura Dissanayake - Sri Lanka
Nanthakumar Jinenthirapirakash - Sri Lanka
Edwin Adoga Ottichilo - Kenya
Mubarak Lawrence - USA
Buddhika Siriwardhana - Sri Lanka
Rishika Chauhan - India
Andrea Linares - Guatemala
Siddhartha Mahat - Nepal
Andres Cordoba - Colombia
Ruth Emmy - Kenya
Sunita Adhikari - Nepal
Joel Fortuné - Haiti
Patrice Ndambomve - Cameroon
Mercy Wanja Njoroge - Kenya
Addishiywot Aseffa Girmammo - Ethiopia
Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo - Zimbabwe
Emamurho Juliet Ugherughe - Nigeria
Zainab Akther - India
Magdalene Kamaru - Kenya
Neetu Pokharel - Nepal
Nana Esi Benyiwa Bentil - Ghana
Whitney Resnik - Zimbabwe, South Africa
Tinashe Chirape - Zimbabwe
Sinenhlanhla Mchunu - South Africa
Som Niroula - Nepal
Enna Zone Đonlić - Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kalo Sokoto - Kenya
Montserrat Linares - Guatemala
Borislav Buljić - Bosnia and Herzegovina
Benjamen Nforneh - Cameroon
Juan Sebastian Salinas - Colombia
Vuyo Lingwati - South Africa
Nadia Mughal - USA, Pakistan, and Malaysia