Name: Hezbon Mogambi
Address: P.O Box 650-00516, Nairobi-Kenya
Date of Birth: 09 September, 1985
§ Teckskills computer college- certificate in basic computer programmes.
§ Kariobangi High school-Scored a mean grade of B plain in K.C.S.E
§ Kiemuma primary school. Attained 527 marks out of 700.
§ DIPLOMACY- I gained negotiation skills in regard to international issues during my internship at the UN headquarters, New York through World Youth Alliance. My work involved meeting ambassadors of various countries and presenting to them the position of the Alliance on various international issues.
§ PUBLIC SPEAKING - member of Hunter College’s Toastmasters club, New York for three months.
§ Regular visitor of Nairobi’s Kwanza Toastmasters.
§ I was chosen after auditions to Write and deliver a welcome speech to His Excellency Hon. Mwai Kibaki during the launch of preparations for YES-Kenya 2006 on March 15th 2006.
§ ARTICLE WRITING AND EDITING – Served for six months in Straight Talk’s editorial board
§ I have written and continue to write published articles for the Daily Nation, Standard newspaper, Baobab connections and UNICEF’s Voice of the Youth.
§ GRANT WRITING: I am familiar with proposal writing requirements. I wrote a successful proposal for the summer summit sponsorship.
§ YOUTH ADVOCACY: Trained by PATH-International on youth advocacy in regard to access of youth friendly services
§ Served in the secretariat of Youth for UN-Habitat for three months. The objective was to get young people understand and participate in governance and urbanization as part of the resolution of safer cities resolution.
§ PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Familiar with the elements of project management.
§ I successfully coordinated the participation of World Youth Alliance members from five regions; Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America and Africa in the UN general assembly special session on Aids (UNGASS +5) and the sixteenth International Aids conference in Toronto.
§ PEER EDUCATION: Trained by Hope Worldwide on peer learning and sharing in life skills and reproductive health issues.
§ Active participant in Agenda Kenya, Together on the move, local television shows where Kenyans voice their concerns on national and regional issues.
§ Member of World Youth Alliance – Africa committee that organized the first international youth conference on poverty and peace in Africa that was held in Nairobi Kenya.
§ A participant in the drafting of the Ministry of state for youth Affairs’ strategic plan held in Mount Kenya.
§ A participant in GTZ’s exchange program to Uganda to study youth and children service delivery structures for replication.
§ Part of the international youth delegation that met Mrs. Kofi Annan and UNFPA executive director Dr. Thoraya at the UNGASS +5 held in UN Headquarters, New York in July 2006.
§ Youth representative to the UNCCD conference to combat deserts and desertification. The conference was held at the UN office at Nairobi Kenya in October 2005.
§ Youth representative to the international family congress. The congress was held at the Strathmore University in September 2005.
§ Youth representative to the Kenya Association of Professional Counselors 4th International conference on Gender roles in the contemporary society. I presented a paper on the role of boys in the society.
Mr. George Ayagah
Kariobangi high school
P.O Box 40299 Nairobi
Rev. Peter Randa
Dandora all nations church
P.O Box 650-00516 Nairobi
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