"I am committed to integrating the Sustainable Development Goals."

MENTOR ADVOCATES

Mentor Advocates are exceptional educators and leaders that have a proven track record working with schools and teachers to promote Education for Sustainable Development. They serve as official spokespersons for the Global Schools Program.

 

After going through a selection process, a training program, and the Advocates Program, Mentor Advocates are fully equipped with the knowledge of SDGs and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). They help transform learning environments, mobilize young people around the SDGs, and provide expertise to current Advocates working in communities globally.

Africa

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Cameroon
NGUM DORIS WANCHIA EPSE KEMAJOU

 

 

 

"My Name is Ngum Doris Wanchia epse Kemajou. I have been a teacher of English as a Foreign Language in a Secondary School in Yaounde, Cameroon for 22 years. I am also an educator with the British Council English Connects Program. I became a Global Schools Advocate in February 2021. It has been an amazing experience all through." 

Erasmus Tang
Cameroon

 

 

 

"I am a researcher and a community educator with a focus on Sustainable Development Goals.

Currently, I am a mentor for the Global Schools Advocates in Cameroon and Chad and believe that

“Once and advocate, Always an advocate”.

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“I am a teacher, entrepreneur and Advocate for the Global Schools Program. I have over six years of experience in teaching and advocacy. I am currently pursuing a degree in Economics and Business at UNICAF University.”

Gambia
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YUSUPHA MANNEH

 

 

 

“I’m Ibrahima Sory Sow, young professional changemaker, community builder, and Advocate for the UN Sustainable Development Goals from Guinea. I am a former Global Schools Program Advocate, where I demonstrated an effective leadership approach to empower primary and secondary school directors and educators to bring the SDGs into classrooms and curriculum, in order to support a worldwide movement of education for sustainable development.”

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Guinea
Ibrahima Sory Sow
Kenya
LILIAN ATIENO OLOO

"I am an early childhood educator. As a recipient of travel award and commendation by the World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP) in Education for Sustainable Development in Early Years, I work directly with my young learners to provie hands-on experiences that teach sustainability. Focusing on the ESD pillars and each sustainable development goal has opened their eyes to their great abilities as problem solvers and potential agents of change. These child-centered practices led to my nomination and award in best education practice by Rybakov Foundation in 2021, in honor of Lev Vygotsky, out of 117 applicants.

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“I am a Kenyan teacher who is passionate about making this world a better home of men, beginning with my country. I look forward to being an integral component of  Global Schools as we form a community of practice with other teachers.”

Kenya
Elizabeth Wangari NjiHia
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"I'm Lilian Ngandu.

I teach in an intergrated School, and l'm the teacher  in-charge of the special unit. The Global Schools Program has helped me to facilitate inclusion. This is in line with goal number 4 education for all."

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Lilian Njoki Ngandu
Kenya

 

 

"I am an educator and an advocate for Sustainable Development Goals through the Global Schools Program. Through the program, I was recognized as the Global Schools Advocate of the Month. I also run an NGO that champions for equitable access to quality education in Kenya."

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Simon Omusula Wamu
Kenya
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Bello Sheriff Adekunle
Nigeria

 

"I had a rare opportunity to be part of the 2021 cohort of the Global Schools Program. It really exposed me to the 21st-century teaching and learning pedagogy which affords my students the opportunity to identify common challenges confronting them and embrace the need to collaborate to offer solutions that are globally acceptable to challenges using their local content through critical thinking."

 

 

 

 

“My name is Kehinde Akinsola. I'm a community champion, an educator, and an SDGs and ESD Advocate.”

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KEHINDE AKINSOLA
Nigeria

 

 

 

 

“I am a researcher, a facilitator of learning, SDG Advocate and I like everything I do to be well organized.”

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SALIM MARUF
Nigeria

 

 

 

 

"I am an experienced High School Educator/Administrator from Nigeria. I have expertise in school facilities/HR management, lesson planning, educational technology, and differentiated instruction. As an Academy Member at HundrED, I work to identify and endorse impactful and scalable education innovations that are changing the way our children are learning." 

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ONUH OYIGOGA JOHN
Nigeria
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Sodiq Temitope Odutola
Nigeria

 

 

"As a School Health Educator, my participation in the Global Schools program played a key role in identifying the link between health education and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in my classroom. The knowledge acquired was pivotal in integrating Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) into my subject curriculum, with Project-based Learning being the major tool in the process of making my students the Changemakers and drivers of global development agenda in my school and local community."

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BARAKA MFILINGE
Tanzania

 

 

 

 

“My name is RAMADHANI ALLY RASHIDI. A former Global Schools Advocate and Mentor for this Cohort.”

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Ramadhani Ally Rashidi
Tanzania
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LAWRENCE GODFREY KAMANGA
Zambia

 

 

 

“I am an Educational Development Practitioner with four years of development work experience in several civil society organisations and International Development programmes including, the Global Schools Program, Tariro House of Hope, and the Office of the African Union Youth Envoy (OYE). I graduated from Midlands State University (MSU) in 2017 with a First-Class Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and was awarded an MSU Book Prize.”

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Lawrence Peter