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We've done it guys - MOVAAR has officially launched its first office.

A new cycle, a new office and new amazing experiences. You want also be part of it as a diaspora coach? Then join us:

The Skills Formation Program is designed under a project-based learning curriculum and combines various coaching techniques, which facilitate skills transfer. The relationships fostered include those between high school students and young professionals, both locally and in global diasporas. We strongly believe that such network building can help to spur community-based youth-led development efforts.

MOVAAR's mission is  to help enlarge opportunities for self and community improvement. We do so by placing youth at the center of our programs and building upon their capabilities through educational training and activities.

Such activities encourage local leadership, and grassroots entrepreneurship as well as small enterprise development. The 12-week (52 hours) S.F.P. program embodies this effort and forms the core of our other programs. Throughout the course of the program young students develop solution proposals to development challenges they identified in their communities. After a successful pilot and first cycle of the program, MOVAAR will now launch the second edition of the Skills Formation Program aspiring to expand it to rural Gambia and other parts of Sub-Saharan Africa.

MOVAAR is recruiting young professionals and university students to join the new cycle of the Skills Formation Program as diaspora coaches. The person will form part of a group, including a local ‘partner’ coach and assigned student mentee. The program requirements are completed as a group and involve active participation via different virtual platforms.  Selected coaches develop mentoring and supervisory skills, receive free coaching and facilitation training,  and  gain  membership  into  an  international network of professionals. Interested volunteers can apply for it by using the recruitment form below. Inquiries  can  be  addressed  to Laura Arnemann, Diaspora Coaches Coordinator (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).


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Rolling out our first ever crowd funding campaign, with a group of Next Einstein Forum Country Ambassadors. It's a proud moment for us and we ask you to join in, support and share.


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