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Paul Shaw
Main interest is youth-led sustainable development in Africa
Main interest is youth-led sustainable development in Africa
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During June Network of African Youths for Development (NAYD) Country Focal Points will be active on facebook and twitter discussing the issues affecting sustainable development in their country.

We invite you to join in the discussions and share your views using #NAYD18. State your country.

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/NAYDmembers/permalink/10156265961243830/

Twitter - @SDSNYouth @UNSDSN @UNMGCY @UNDESA #NAYD18

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Live hangout tonight at 7pm GMT - 'The Challenges of Education and Health in Ghana'

Dr. Frederick Amonoo is a Medical Doctor born and raised in Ghana at Saltpond in the Central Region of the country. He is currently a Medical Intern at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital, Ridge in the country’s capital Accra. He believes that youths and children of today deserve better and wants to champion quality education for all. Please join us at 7pm gmt at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1YYqRDqxWE
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NAYD 2017 elections continue, with 50 African countries represented. It will remain open until 18th December at midnight. You can interact with the candidates on our main facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NAYDmembers/permalink/10155822558538830/.

The voting form can be accessed at goo.gl/dkfU4x.

1900 votes have been cast so far.

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Have the SDGs been a success or failure?

Did you now that 2 years will have passed this September 25th since World Leaders agreed to implement the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals? NAYD, in collaboration with Global Call to Action Against Poverty, are campaigning to raise awareness to remind our World Leaders of their commitment to this agenda. Part of NAYD's campaign is a simple 3 questions questionnaire that will only take 15 seconds of your time! http://goo.gl/PEHgy7. Please pass the link on widely, preferably by email.

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