Kuvaka Nhaka

Kuvaka Nhaka is an efficient and reliable service provided for people in the Diaspora who wish to purchase property, construct on the pieces of land they own or renovate their homes back in Zimbabwe.

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Khama thokasi Satema

I work independently work in communities and rural areas in assisting needy people by giving them legal counsel and advice especially to most vulnerable people like women and children not forgetting elder people.I have connections with well respected lawyers whom I work with by referring to them cases of those poor people who can not afford to hire a lawyer to present them.I also sensitize and educate communities of their legal rights to inherit deceased estate as it is becoming a norm in Malawi for members of a departed member to confiscate properties left behind from a widow and children as these people doesn’t have any idea of where to go to address their grievances.Monitoring employees if they are adhering to legal standards of employment according to the constitution of Malawi which condemns the employment of children and if the law is broken it is my responsibility to confront the lawbreaker and take necessary measures to address the matter to the necessary authorities.I also volunteer in any projects in my area of jurisdiction in projects and other functions which are legal in nature and work as a facilitator in mediation issues in our area and surrounding communities where we work with chiefs to solve misdemeanour cases and family issues to minimise the backlog of cases in courts.

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Sabastine Chuks Adikankwu

I am a young man, honest and trustworthy, hard working and dicated to duties smart and intelligent adding value to human life and hoping on the best in life my wish is to live and work in USA and will be very happy to achieve that dream.

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Emeline Fodje

My name is Emeline Fodje. I’m an Insurance agent working with American Income Life which is a 100% union insurance company. I just started with them and hope to build my business from ground up.

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Ran Porat

Co-Founder of the Association of Israelis in Australia (AIA)

AIA’s mission statement:
To embolden the Israeli community in Australia, to strengthen its ties with the State of Israel and to find pathways to better connect with the Jewish community

Main Characteristics:
1. A federal organisation which is based and operates within Australia, with branches in each Australian state.
2. A democratic not-for-profit and transparent organisation.
3. A non political organisation, nor a lobbying body.

1. To strengthen, support and develop all sectors and features of the Israeli community of Australia.
2. To work collaboratively with the governments of Israel and Australia, and with the Jewish community or any other body, for the benefit of Israelis in Australia.
3. To encourage a positive and contributing Australian citizenship by Israelis in Australia.
4. To maintain a strong affiliation to the state of Israel and ties to it.
5. To be respectful of the Jewish faith and its values.

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Itibari M Zulu

I am the Senior Editor of Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, an open access online scholarly journal at www,jpanafrican.org. I hold the following degrees: Th.D., M.L.S., B.A., A.A. from colleges/universities in California.

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Bolanle Ayodeji Ogunfuye

I am Mr. Bolanle Ogunfuye 42 years old. I studied accounting and have Master in Business Administration(Finance).
I have worked in over 5 companies with over 11 years of wealth of experience.
I wish to start a business of with vision and mission to assist companies in the purchasing and delivery.
I have come to join this Diaspora Engager for capacity and network building. Also to seek business opportunities that can transcend to generation coming.
I am a family man with children.

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Ray Kronquist

I am president of Chemists Without Borders, and I am interested in education, health care, the environment, entrepreneurship in developing countries.

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Restart is a social biz which operates as a business embassy for the diaspora organizations and foreign companies. We handle business requests as well as facilitate foreign investments, by leveraging our network and their contacts around the world.
Restart aims to serve entrepreneurs, business-oriented individuals, and municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina needing better international networks, a better information base, as well as direct and indirect investments. On the other side, there are members of the Bosnian diaspora who desire to directly take part in the economic and social transformation of their homeland.

For these companies or individuals who have a hard time navigating through the Bosnian legal framework and complex administrative processes, Restart offers a solution on a “turnkey” basis, which includes:
Handling various administrative procedures required for a company registration in Municipal Court
Finding a suitable office and handling office lease paperwork
Offering experienced accountants and lawyers
HR Recruitment: Selection of Managing Director and staff
Consulting on business processes

RESTART contributes to the economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina through:
Promotion of entrepreneurship and business development and consequently – direct and indirect contribution to increasing employment;
Increase in foreign investments;
Inspiring Bosnians in Scandinavia, the United States and elsewhere to contribute to the economic development of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Raising awareness in Bosnia and Herzegovina about the importance of diaspora engagement in development of the country;
Building of platforms for direct participation in various initiatives;
Building channels for sharing important news on business development in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Paul Kimani Migwi

Am a Kenyan citizen aged twenty Five years old, Holding a Diploma in Computer Science, Health and Safety Certificate,Hospitality Management, M.O.I Certificate, Fire warden Certificate and First AID Certificate at Enertech Qatar Institute, possessing Certificate of Secondary and Primary School and Holding BCE Driving Licence of 4 Years’ Experience I am currently working at Gss certis in Qatar as Sr.Security Supervisor in Lusail city Qatari diar on my fourth year. worked in BM Security as Sr.Security Supervisor in Kenya for two years.

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Bimadraj Sinha

Advanced Strategy Expert from IIM Calcutta with 8 Years experience in Technical architecture and product design, Over 10 years in Sales and Marketing strategy.
Proficiency in formulating, Developing and implementing Yearly Business strategies to ensure attainment of revenue goals and profitable sell-through.Proficient in ASP .NET, including: PHP, and In-depth knowledge of Telecom protocols like GSM, SIP and H.323 have worked extensively on Asterisk and Astute. Designed and developed own GSM and VOIP billing system and successfully implemented in Vyke Communications, Norway, Implementation in Aircel ILD billing. Implemented GPON integration Fair knowledge of implementation of 4G and LTE and IOT,

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Rick Kronk

almost 20 years in Europe working among North African Muslim immigrants from 1995 – 2013. Back in the US to engage with the host of internationals residing in this country.

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East African Diaspora Association for Development

I’m Tibebu Tefeta, Emerging Markets Business Consultant. I’ve a Master’s Degree in Technology Management (MBA), Bachelor’s Degree in Business studies and Professional Diploma in Organizational Management. I hold my SAP-Certification ​from IAL Institute für angewandte Logistik, Germany. I’m a Member of International MBA Alumni Association.

I’ve deep knowledge of the East-African emerging and developing markets’ business behavior, as well as breadth of geographical reach. My professional objective is to encourage private investment towards the East African Emerging Markets. I’m offering advanced business approaches and models as a powerful catalyst to create attractive business opportunities for those willing to invest in the East African emerging markets.
In addition, I’ve strong interest and motivation to work in collaboration with other indivduals , groups and companies (organizations) to find answers to the most frequently asked questions by investors, like; “how and why small and medium-sized businesses are moving into emerging markets, which ones they are selecting, and what kind of operating environments they are finding?”. Therefore; building and maintaining cooperative relationships with other business consultants and institutions is important element for developing trust in client-consultant relationships, such as the consultant’s credibility, reputation, experience and capacity.

We are the East African Diaspora communities living in Europe, irrespective of our citizenship and nationality, who are committed to contribute to the development of the East African region through moblizing and organizing Diasporas either to encourage them to return or to use their skills, knowledge, or financial capital to promote the socio-economic development of their countries of origin.

Our Association (EADAD) comprises – the East African Diaspora community in Europe including professionals, students, business communities, Individuals and groups – embodying expertise and investments in several key sectors including in ICT, Engineering, Energy, Agriculture, Environment, Education, Healthcare, International and Development.

Moreover, our organization (EADAD) is keen to work with Institutions, strategic partners, diaspora organizations, non- profit and governmental organizations, bilateral and multilateral donors, private corporations, philanthropies and other individuals and groups who support our objectives.

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Beatrice Opon

I am an Account Executive with Combined Worksite Solutions. Combined Worksite Solutions works with Businesses and organizations to help them find solutions to their benefits related concerns. We are a leading provider of supplemental life, health, accident and disability products.
Combined Insurance is a Chubb company, which is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty group with exceptional financial strengthans a broad range of personal and commercial insurance products.

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George Conessima Lazo

Sorry I like to note this in Dutch,
Mijn belangstelling gaat uit naar industiele hout en houtsnijwerk verkoop wereldwijd. Ik heb gewoond in Nederland van 1980 – 1990. Tijdens mijn verblijf in Nederland heb ik een middelbare agrarische opleiding gedaan. Na deze studie ben ik Heao commerciele economie gestart maar niet afgemaakt. Uit eindelijk diverse modullen gedaan aan de Open Universiteit in Heelen.
Werk in Suriname.
Arinze Tours n.v. opgezet voor en in de toerisme sector
Madeire Enterprises N.V. voor hout, meubel en houtsnijwerk.
Associatie van Binnenlandse Industrielen. Ondernemers vereniging van Marrons.
Lazo Advises & consulting als beleidsadviseur bij Min. Regionale Ontwikkeling. En enkele particuliere bedrijven en NGO’s

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Sikiru Aminu

Seiko Energy Ventures is a multi disciplinary firm with diverse skills in real estate consultancy,marine logistics,commodity trading and marketing consultancy. We are poised to assist our client in the purchase of properties and choosing the right investment opportunities in Nigeria.We help client in the sale of their properties as well.We also assist in market research and provides commodities such as gold,charcoal,cashew nuts,cocoa for export and sale in Nigeria.We assist our the oil and gas industry with chattering and sale of vessels,dredgers,barges,etc and supply of equipment and man-power delivery.

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Regina Dennis

I lived and worked in Africa for 30 plus years, including 2 years in Guinea for USAID. I am now retired and living in St. Louis, Missouri. I desire to promote trade and business with Guinea and other African countries.

My expertise is to design and implement international development programs in agriculture, health care, governance and education.

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Augustin A N Dédé Boissy

With proven over ten years work experience in companies and Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), I learned to plan and direct the operations related to the administration of an organization, representation of a corporation, the creation of an association for the promotion of peace, community development and international solidarity, the sale of fixed products, mobile and the internet, update of accounting, to financial reporting, collection of tenants, seizure receipts and order of payment of rent and monitoring of the owners accounts.

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Osée Olibri

Coordonnateur Adjoint et Chercheur à l’Observatoire de Recherche sur les Rapports Élites-Populations et les Migrations (ORREM), – enregistré à la Direction du Travail du Ministère des Affaire Sociales et du Travail au # STC-20976 – dont il est membre fondateur, Osée Olibri, né à Pilate le 23 février 1965, travaille sur la problématique des « migrations et Développement ». Notons que ORREM est membre du Collectif Haïtien sur les Migrations et le Développement (COHAMID).

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Myrèse Carmelle Ahoudji

My name is Myrèse Ahoudji, Agronomist ingeneer in natural ressources management and forestry. I was graduate in 2009 in the Faculty of agronomics Sciences at University of Abomey-Calavi in Benin.
I get the Master in Science degree in March 2011 at doctoral school of Faculty of Agronomics Sciences in the same University. Since 2013 to then, i am a PhD student in Natural Ressources management at Laboratory of Applied Ecology/University of Abomey-Calavi.
My fields research were: functioning of grasslands ecosystem; plant communities establishment, ecology of grassland’s species and grassland dynamics in the context of climate change. I’m struggling to pass from researcher to full lecturer and teacher in the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences of the University of Abomey-Calavi in my country Benin before the end of 2016. I have some papers which were published and others which were submitted.
My responsabilities and activities were resumed in three major activities:
 research activities: field work and research implementation, data collection in ecology and grasslands restoration, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, projects elaboration on climate change and grasslands dynamic, publications and communication posters writing, biodiversity, exams supervision, marking;
 teaching activities: controlled works and praticals doing for students in BSc, research assistance, aid for ecology and grasslands management courses in Faculty of Agronomy Sciences at University of Abomey-Calavi;
 consulting activities: aid to districts concerning development plan establishment and others.
I help BSc and new engineering students in management of natural ressources and climate change research. My collaboration with others institutions’ scientists will give birth to the creation of a research and exchange network on climate change and management of natural ressources in order to facilitate the West African communities adaptations.

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Gerard Nounagnon Gouwakinnou

Dr. ir. Nounagnon Gerard GOUWAKINNOU
E-mail: gougerano@gmail.com, gougerano@yahoo.fr
Tel: +229 95912254
Date of birth : 20/10/1980 Nationality: Beninese
Present status: Lecturer at « Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Aménagement et de Gestion des Aires Protegées ( Forestry and Wildlife School) de Kandi, University of Parakou, Benin

Education and Employment __________________________________________________________
13/09/2011/-ongoing: Research Associate Laboratory of Applied Ecology, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin
01/10/2013-ongoing: Lecturer at « Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Aménagement et de Gestion des Aires Protegées (ENSAGAP) de Kandi », University of Parakou, Benin
11/2012-12/2013: Associate consultant for the preparation of Benin’s fifth national report to the Convention on Biological Diversity
07/2010-07/2011: Researcher assessing ecological status, threat causes and implementation of conservation measures for Prosopis africana in W Biosphere Reserve in Benin
03/2008-08/2011: PhD student at Faculty of Agronomic Sciences, University of Abomey Calavi
PhD thesis: Population Ecology, Uses and Conservation of Sclerocarya birrea (Anacardiaceae) in Benin, West Africa
2001/2007: Graduated in Biology specialization: Agronomy, Forestry and Natural Resources Management, University of Abomey Calavi (Benin)

Teaching experience_________________________________________________________________
01/10/2011-ongoing: Teaching in Faculty and School courses, University of Abomey Calavi and Parakou. Major: Indigenous species-based Agroforestry, Species distribution modelling, Fundamental and applied Ecology, Biodiversity and Natural Resources Conservation.
2013-2014: Dissertation co-supervision of two Master students of University of Abomey Calavi (Benin). Dissertation titles: ‘Socio-cultural importance and impact of climate change on suitable habitats for the miracle berry (Synsepalum dulcificum, Sapotaceae) in Benin’.
2012-2013: Dissertation co-supervision of one Master students of University of Abomey Calavi (Benin)
Dissertation title: Modeling habitat distribution of red-bellied monkey (Cercopithecus erythrogaster erythrogaster) in Dahomey gap: implications for the conservation of the threatened species in the context of climate change

English: fluent
French: very fluent (official working language in Benin)

Fund-raising experiences_____________________________________________________________
2013: International Foundation for Science (IFS), Sweden, Grant D/4794-2
2010: Abdou Salam Ouedraogo (ASO) Fellowship for Plant Genetic Resources Conservation. Bioversity International, Rome, Italy.
2010: Rufford Small Grant for Nature Conservation (RSG), UK.
2009: International Foundation for Science (IFS) Grant, Sweden, Grant D/4794-1

Recent Publications________________________________________________________________
• Peer-reviewed journals:
Gbesso F.H.G, Tente B.H.A, Gouwakinnou G.N, Sinsin B.A. 2014. Influence des changements climatiques sur la distribution géographique de Chrysophyllum albidum G. Don (Sapotaceae) au Benin. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences 7(5):2007-2018.
Gouwakinnou, G.N. 2013. Using niche modeling to plan conservation of an indigenous tree species under changing climate: example of Sclerocarya birrea in Benin, West Africa. Research and Development in sub-Saharan Africa 5:1-8.
Fandohan, B., Gouwakinnou, G.N., Fonton, N.H., Sinsin, B., Liu, J., 2013. Changements climatiques et dynamique spatio-temporelle des aires favorables à la culture et à la conservation des fruitiers sous-utilisés: cas du Tamarinier au Bénin. Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement, 17(3) :450-462
Goussanou, C. A., Assogbadjo, A. E., Gouwakinnou, G. N., Glèlè-Kakaï, R. L., Chakeredza, S., Sinsin, B. 2013. Biomass, root structure and morphological characteristics of the medicinal Sarcocephalus latifolius (Sm) EA Bruce shrub across different ecologies in Benin. QScience Connect 12. dx.doi.org/10.5339/connect.2013.12
Idohou, R., Assogbadjo, A.E., Fandohan, B., Gouwakinnou, G.N., Glèlè Kakai, R.L., Sinsin, B., Maxted, N. 2013. National Inventory and Prioritization of the Crop Wild Relatives: case study for Benin. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 60: 1337-1352
Gouwakinnou, G.N., Assogbadjo, A.E., Lykke, A.M., Sinsin, B. 2011 Phenotypic variations in fruits and potential for selection in Sclerocarya birrea subsp. birrea. Scientia Horticulturae 129:777–783. DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2011.05.04
Gouwakinnou, G.N., Lykke, A.M., Djossa A.B., Sinsin, B. 2011. Folk perception of sexual dimorphism, sex ratio and spatial repartition: implications for population dynamics of Sclerocarya birrea [(A.Rich) Hochst] populations in Benin, West Africa Agroforestry Systems 82: 25–35. DOI 10.1007/s10457-011-9371-x
Gouwakinnou, G. N., Lykke, A.M, Assogbadjo A. E., and Sinsin B. 2011. Local knowledge, pattern and diversity of use of Sclerocarya birrea. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 7:8

• Conference contributions:
– Gouwakinnou GN, Adomou CA, Sinsin B (2014). Pollination pattern and flowering phenology of Sclerocarya birrea (Anacardiaceae) in the semi-arid zone of Benin (West Africa). 20th AETFAT Congress (Association for the Taxonomic Study of the Flora of Tropical Africa), 13-17 January, Stellenbosch, South Africa. (oral presentation).
– Gouwakinnou, G.N., Kindomihou, V., Thiombiano, A., Sinsin, B. (2012) Regional variation in ecological characteristics and implications for habitat suitability models for Sclerocarya birrea (Anacardiaceae) in African savannas. 1st IUFRO-FORNESSA Regional Congress & ITTO/AFF Forest Policy Day, on : Forest and Trees: Serving the people of Africa and the World. June 25 – 29, 2012. Naïrobi, Kenya (Oral presentation)


19-21/09/2013: Biodiversity data collection and use for a sustainable development. Capacity building workshop in Biodiversity Informatics organised by Benin node of GBIF. Faculty of Agronomic Sciences. Abomey-Calavi, Benin.
23-24/06/2012: IUFRO-SPDC Training Workshop: Research proposal writing and fundraising. Muguga, Kenya.
13-26/6/2010: Brown International Advanced Research Institutes (BIARI): Climate Change and Its Impacts, Resilience and Adaptation to Changes in Precipitation, Brown University, USA
9-13/11/2009: International Workshop on Statistical and Spatial Analysis of Diversity Data: Towards a Better Understanding and Use of Underutilised Plant and Tree Genetic Resources:, Bamako (Mali).

IUCN SSC Crop Wild Relative Specialist Group, IUFRO, African Forestry Forum (AFF)

Editorial duties_____________________________________________________________________
Peer review for: African Journal of Ecology; Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedecine. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences.

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Gédéon Sètondji Polynice ANAGONOU

Born at Cotonou, May 26th, 1983
Beninese (Benin)

Po Box: 02 – 1459 Cotonou
Lot 3791, parcel B, Fidjrosse-Kpota, Cotonou
Phone: (+229) 21 04 25 97 / 95 71 09 38 / 97 73 81 38
E-mail:ged_anag@yahoo.fr, anagonou@gmail.com
Republic of Benin

Master in Management of Natural Resources and Biodiversity
Engineer in Environment
Bachelor in Sociology-anthropology

1. Academics training and certificates
Course of studies
• 2010-2011: Faculty of Agronomics Sciences (FSA) – University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), Benin.
• 2009-2013: Department of Sociology – Anthropology – Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humans Sciences (FLASH) – University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), Benin.
• 2003-2007: Department of Engineering Environment – Polytechnic School of Abomey-Calavi (EPAC) – University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), Benin.
• 1994-2002: Catholic Secondary School Father Aupiais, Cotonou, Benin.
• August 2013: Licence (Bachelor) in Sociology-Anthropology (Licence en Sociologie-Anthropologie).
• June 2012: Master in Management of Natural Resources and Biodiversity (Master en Gestion des Ressources Naturelles et de la Biodiversité-RESBIO).
• December 2011: University Certificate of 2nd Literary Study in Sociology-Anthropology (Diplôme Universitaire d’Etude Littéraire 2 en Sociologie-Anthropologie).
• July 2007: Certificate of Engineer in Environment (Diplôme d’Ingénieur des Travaux en Génie de l’Environnement).
• August 2002: Certificate of the end of second form of Secondary School (Baccalauréat de l’enseignement du second degree), Option D (Mathematics-Natural Sciences).
Others trainings
• June 2013 (5 days): Training in use of bibliography software Zotero organized by IRD Benin and francophone campus of UAC.
 Certificate of participant.
• January 2013 (1 day): Training in Hygiene and Security at Benin IRD representation.
 Certificate of participant.
• April 2012 (15 days): Training in First-aid Practice at Benin Red Cross.
 National Certificate of First-aid Practice (BNS).
• August 2009 – February 2010 (6 months): ONG Actions Fair-Play, Cotonou, Benin.
Training in office automation informatics: Windows, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PAO), Internet.
 Certificate of formation.
• October – December 2009 (3 mois): Benin Center of External Language (CEBELAE) in University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), Benin.
English learning
2. Distinction
8th award of 4th edition (2013) of francophone scientific posters competition organized by “Institut Français du Bénin” and “Direction Nationale de Recherche Scientifique et Technologique (DNRST)” with collaboration of “Centre International de la Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)” and “Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)”.
3. Experiences
Professional experiences
• March – may 2014: Probationer
[Cotonou (Benin)]
Professional training course in Beninese Agency of Environment (ABE).
• February –april 2013 (2 months): Consultant partner
[Abomey-Calavi and Copargo, Bénin]
For establishment of garden of médicinal trees at Copargo in the project « Protection et valorisation des plantes médicinales en faveur de la sauvegarde des savoirs et des pratiques thérapeutiques traditionnelles à Tanéka-Béri, dans le département de la Donga, au nord-ouest du Bénin (PVPMT) » pilot by NGO EcoBenin
• Since March 2011: Assistant of researcher in Laboratory of Applied Ecology (LEA) of Faculty of Agronomics Sciences (FSA) – University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC).
• May – December 2010: Probationer
[Cotonou (Benin)]
Professional training course in Ministry of Environment in Benin.
• July 2008 (25 days): Assistant of researcher
[Natitingou, Toucountounan, Tanguieta and Boukombe (Benin)]
Site identification and data collect in natural environment on Pentadesma butyraceae.
• November 2007 – April 2008 (4 months): Assistant of researcher
[Abomey-Calavi, Penessoulou, Toucountounan, Tanguieta, Materi, Cobly, Boukombe et Natitingou (Benin)]
Site identification and data collect in natural environment on Pentadesma butyraceae.
Data analyze
• November – December 2007 (20 days): Assistant of researcher
[Bohicon, Zogbodomey and Agbangnizoun (Benin)]
Investigations for ONG Allowanou-Tognon in Agribusness Productions Program and reinforcement of economics and rural initiatives (programme Productions Agroalimentaires et Renforcement des Initiatives Economiques et Rurales – PARIER) in Zou department in Benin.
Collect and data analyze.
• October 2006 – July 2007 (10 months): Probationer
[Abomey-Calavi and Tanguieta (Benin)]
Professional training course for obtaining Engineer Certificate (DIT) in Environment in Agricultural Research Center of Agonkanmey (CRA-Agonkamey) in Benin National Institute of Agricultural (INRAB), and in National Parc of Pendjari (Benin).
Collect and data analyze.
Conferences, seminars and forums
• June 2014 (01 jours) : Participant
National workshop of division of the experiments and asset on the climatic changes organized by IDID (Initiatives for a Durable Integrated Development) ONG.
Palais des congrès, Cotonou, Bénin.
• May 2014 (03 days) : Participant

Workshop of validation of the report of Impact study on the Environment of the projects of construction of a station of purification of worn water of the factory of the SOBEBRA with Possotomè; construction of a funerary at Azowlissè (Adjohoun); and of installation of a unit of cashew nut transformation to the km No 13 (Commune of Sèmè-Kpodji).
Agence Béninoise pour l’Environnement (ABE), Cotonou, Benin.
• May 2014 (02 days) : Participant
Workshop of validation of the report/ratio of Impact study on the Environment of the projects of construction of an inter-commune discharge of management of domestic solid waste with Oumako (Comè); and of installation of a renewable manufacturing unit of energy starting from the vegetation wastes (bioenergy) at Bohicon
Agence Béninoise pour l’Environnement (ABE), Cotonou, Benin.
• May 2014 (02 days) : Participant
Workshop of validation of the report/ratio of Impact study on the Environment of the project of redevelopment of the oil-bearing field of Sèmè (version 2)
Agence Béninoise pour l’Environnement (ABE), Cotonou, Benin.
• May 2014 (01 day) : Participant
Workshop of information on the trajectory of coaching “kind and chains of value” organized by Agri-Hub Benin.
Institut des Artisans de Justice et de Paix le Chant d’oiseaux, Cotonou, Benin.
• May 2014 (01 day) : Participant
Workshop of restitution of the results of analysis of the cartography of the system of Impact studies on the Environment of Benin.
Agence Béninoise pour l’Environnement (ABE), Cotonou, Benin.
• May 2014 (01 day) : Participant
Day of reflexion on the international enumeration of the water birds (DIOE) and of the development of an action plan for the enumeration of the water birds and the installation of the network to Benign, organized by the Directorate-General of the Forests and the Natural resources, seat focal AEWA (Agreement on the conservation of the migrating water birds of Africa-Eurasia) of the Benign one.
Agence Béninoise pour l’Environnement (ABE), Cotonou, Benin.
• April 2014 (02 days) : Participant
Workshop of validation of the report/ratio of Impact study on the Environment of the project of construction of quay on three sites (Azowlissè, Kessounou-Gblonou, Athiémé).
Agence Béninoise pour l’Environnement (ABE), Cotonou, Benin.
• February 2014 (02 days) : Participant
First Benin national workshop on NUS (Neglected and UnderUnderutilized Species) of Plants.
University of Abomey-Calavi, Abomey-Calavi, Benin
• November 2013 (01 day) : Participant
20th days of Beninese Association of Pastoralisme (ABePa).
Institute of Applied Biologics Sciences (ISBA), Cotonou, Benin.
• November 2012 (01 day): Participant
19th days of Beninese Association of Pastoralisme (ABePa).
Institute of Applied Biologics Sciences (ISBA), Cotonou, Benin.
• June 2011 (05 days): Participant
3rd scientific symposium of University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC).
CIEVRA Center, Abomey-Calavi, Benin.
• July 2009 (08 days): Participant
4th National Week of Protected Areas of Benin.
Institute of Applied Biologics Sciences (ISBA), Cotonou, Benin.
• December 2008 (03 days): Participant
5th edition of National Scientific of Benin National Institute of Agricultural (INRAB).
Holy Anouarite home (Maison d’accueil Sainte Anouarite), Abomey-Calavi, Benin.
• August 2007 (03 days): Participant
10th Symposium on african smalls mamals.
International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Abomey-Calavi, Benin.
• July – august 2007 (11 days): Participant
2nd Beninese days of Protected Areas.
• Institute of Applied Biologics Sciences (ISBA), Cotonou, Benin.
Others experiences
• June – december 2012 (5 months): Cartography Agent at Benin National Institute of Statistic and Economic Analyze (INSAE).
Maps digitizing and making for 4th General enumeration of Population and Habitat (RGPH-4)
• October 2009 – june 2012 (3 years): Teacher
Biologic (Sciences de la Vie et de la Terre – S.V.T.) teaching in Secondary School of Akadjamey-Adjovicodji, Ouidah, Benin.
• July – september 2010 (2 monyhs): Operateur de saisie
Data acquisitions for the realizing of the Permanent Electoral computerize List, Cotonou, Benin.
• October 2008 – september 2009 (12 months): Military service
Military service for National Interest (SMIN, class 2008)
Biologic (Sciences de la Vie et de la Terre – S.V.T.) teaching in Secondary School of Akadjamey-Adjovicodji, Ouidah, Benin.
4. Competences and particulars abilities
• Protection of environment.
• Management of natural resources.
• Applied ecology.
• Inventory of fauna and flora.
• Ecology steady of fauna and flora.
• Datas collected in natural, urban and rural environment.
• Statisticals analyzes of datas.
• Cartography, etc.
Particulars abilities
• Goods scientifics abilities.
• Good attitude for analyzing and scientific interpretation.
• Serious, strict, rigorous and hard-worker.
• Geographical information system (GIS).
• Cartography.
• Facile adaptation for all works conditions.
• Working in pluridisciplinary team.
• Easy manipulation of computer and statistics calculations, etc.
Informatics knowledge
• Exploitation system: Windows, Linux – Ubuntu (a little)
• Software of word and data processing: Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Adobe (Acrobat, Reader, Photoshop, Page Maker), etc.
• Statistics software: Spss, Minitab, Systat, OpenGrads, Magic Schengen, etc.
• Software of geographical information system (Logiciels de Systèmes d’Information Geographique): QGis, Arcview, ArcGis.
• Internet: documentaries researches, Internet explorer.
Linguistics knowledge
• French: very good spoke, read and wrote.
• English: enough good spoke, read and wrote.
5. Extraprofessionals Activities
• Scientific reader.
• Music: guitar, choir.
• First-aid practice, member of Benin Red Cross.
• Sport, travels, informatics, swimming, Internet, scrabble.
6. References persons
• Prof. Dr. Ir. Guy Apollinaire MENSAH
Teacher-Researcher in Faculty of Agronomics Sciences (FSA) – University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), Benin.
Head of Agricultural Research Center of Agonkanmey (CRA-Agonkamey) in Benin National Institute of Agricultural (INRAB).
Po Box: 01 – 2359, Cotonou, Phone (Private): (229) 95 22 95 50 / 97 49 01 88, Tel. (Office): (229) 21 35 00 70 / 21 30 02 64, E-mail: ga_mensah@yahoo.com, mensahga@gmail.com, Benin.
• Prof. Dr. Ir. Marcel HOUINATO
Teacher-Researcher in Faculty of Agronomics Sciences (FSA) – University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC), Benin.
Po Box: 01 – 526 Cotonou, Phone.: (00 229) 97 69 65 64, E-mail: mrhouinat@yahoo.fr, Benin.
• Dr. Celine DAN
Teacher-Researcher in Polytechnic School of Abomey-Calavi (EPAC), University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC).
Phone: (+229) 21 31 39 56 / 90 92 42 51, Email: celinedanbfr@yahoo.fr.


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Rhodes Africa is a Kenyan social enterprise that runs a tour company, team building and home stay accommodations to international volunteers and tourist.The new enterprise works around issues of suatinable development such as the following
1. tourism for development
under this programatic area,the enterprise is runnig homestay accomodation and a 10% of the proceed is ploughed back to community eco-system projects such as community conservation of endangered sceneries and tourism features
2. environment and climate change,
the enterprise is actively participating in environment issues and climate change.We promote use of renewable energy to reduce carbon emmisions and we are currently seeking partners from abroad to help us do this by showing them intresting projects such as biogas production and solar powered and wind generators to light up communities.The approach here is to build a sustaible and scalable business that can easily be bought by the poor Kenyans and east africans.
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University of PortHarcourt Nigeria

The University of Port Harcourt was established in 1975 as a College of the University of Lagos, the University of Port Harcourt is one of the avant-garde tertiary institutions with a mandate to empower the Niger Delta region and the country academically.
The University gained full autonomous status in 1977 on the premises of an emergent Trade School outside Choba Community as its temporary site, close to its future permanent Site-the University park.
Unique UNIPORT as the Institution is popularly known by its many graduates was accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC), on a Campus status with academic, residential, social and cultural facilities to support a growing Community of Scholars.
A five-star Teaching Hospital which has since been completed now serves as a ‘laboratory’’ for the University’s top-rated College of Health Sciences. The University which offers the best in conventional liberal,, equal-opportunity education in the arts, engineering, social sciences and science, is located about 15 kilometres, northwest of the central business district of Port Harcourt City, Nigeria’s second largest seaport and the hub of petroleum and Gas Industry.
The University is uniquely located in-between the southern-most part of the West African tropical rain forest, and the northern fringe of wetlands/swamps, rivers and mangrove forests that make the Niger Delta a special tourist attraction. The University is surrounded by rural agrarian and artisan communities that have been positively impacted by its presence in the area.
The University has been lucky to have very visionary and dynamic Vice-Chancellors since its inception, each of whom took the Institution to a higher level of infrastructural and academic development. The Federal Government has, so far, appointed seven (7) substantive Vice-chancellors since the inception of the University in 1975 as follows:
1. Professor Donald Ekong (late) 1975-82
2. Professor Sylvanus J.S. Cookey 1982-88
3. Professor Kelsey A. Harrison 1989-1991
4. Professor Theo Vincent 1996-2000
5. Professor Nimi D. Briggs 2000-2005
6. Professor Don M. Baridam 2005-2010
7. Professor Joseph A. Ajienka 2010-
UNIQUE UNIPORT welcomes students and visitors to the bustling city of Port Harcourt, the capital of Nigeria’s hydrocarbon industry and indeed the Niger Delta Region. Alumni of the University of Port Harcourt are extremely proud of their beloved Alma Mater that has produced the serving President of Nigeria, His Excellency, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, in addition to Governors, such as Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State and Chief Timipre Sylva of Bayelsa State; legislators, Clergymen, Academics, Captains of Industry and great athletes.
UNIQUE UNIPORT has a long list of achievement to her credit and is striving harder to become the first choice destination for the best brains in the finest academic tradition. We are proud of our 34 year –old record in quality research, teaching and community service.
Our 50,000 plus Alumni who share a common bond on the template of their Alma Mater are at the pinnacle of their careers in and outside Nigeria, and also engage in valuable service roles in society. There are many great Universities in Nigeria; but there is only one UNIQUE University
Our respect for workplace diversity means that people of every background are welcome to work and study in the University on the basis of equality and mutual respect.
• 66 Academic Departments
• 11 Faculties
• Over 12 Research Institutes and College of Continuing Education
• Widely acknowledge in the Sciences, Medicine, Social Science, Management Sciences, Humanities and Engineering
• Undergraduate: Bachelor’s Degree in the Arts, Science, Health Sciences, Engineering, Education, Social Science and Management
• Graduate programmes: Master’s Degree in the Arts, Science, Engineering, Postgraduate Diploma and Doctorate Degree programmes.
• Over 26,000 students from diverse backgrounds
• Over 2,000 full-time Faculty members
• Over 150 student clubs
• 52,000 Alumni around the world.
• UNIQUE UNIPORT education combines theory and hands-on approach to learning.
• Emphasis is on training ‘industry-ready’ graduates.
• Research and teaching are on the basis of self-discovery
• Critical thinking/problem solving approach to learning.
The mandate of the University is to educate persons who are ‘intellectually well equipped to make effective contributions to national development, self-reliance and national unity’.
In line with our Motto: Enlightenment for Self-Reliance, our students acquire requisite skills through a voyage of self-discovery in an unhindered learning environment that emphasizes critical thinking and that ‘can-do’ spirit that gives them proper grounding in conceptual knowledge that is essential for the acquisition of life-long skills which they take to the larger society. Students who excel in their academic work are placed on the Dean’s list and receive Scholarship to continue their studies.
As part of our active service role in the community, we have been able to forge a symbiotic relationship between Town and Gown through our College of Continuing Education (CCE), which provides quality non-residential degree programmes to many citizens who would never have had access to University education Undergraduates enrol on part-Time basis and are required to attain a minimum of 120 Credit Units to qualify for degree award in any chosen specialization.
Late Professor Ekeke of the Department of Biochemistry discovered and patented CIKLAVIT, a dietary supplement for the management of Sickle Cell Anaemia. The world Health Organization (WHO) subsequently endorsed the wonder drug that has brought relief to sufferers of the deadly ailment. Advanced research in Malaria, Phytomedicine and Natural product Chemistry are ongoing in both Faculty of Science and College of Health Sciences, among many others.
Our research focus is on creativity, innovation, sustainable development, international collaborations/linkages, strategic public-private partnerships and cooperation with professional bodies, alumni and other stakeholders to build a world-class Entrepreneurial University.
Information Technology is incorporated into every aspect of learning in this University to afford students an opportunity to access web-based knowledge that enhances research at all levels. Students are required to take specific General Studies Courses in Information Technology which expose them to the requisite skills in software packages that enable them to solve problems in their areas of specialization.
Library is the life-wire of any University and the University Library which rises to three floors, houses a valuable collection of 940,713 volumes, 3,996 foreign and 5,920 local journal titles on diverse topics, as well as an impressive collection of electronic texts that serve student needs at every time of the day. Information is also available on a variety of formats.
The open stack faculty in the University Library enables over 3,000 users to gain simultaneous access to information at short notice.
The president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is Visitor to the University. The current President, His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan is a proud pioneer Alumnus. Before Universities gained academic autonomy, the President appoints the Vice-Chancellor of the University. Today, the President oversees Federal Universities through the Federal Minister of Education and the National Universities Commission responsible for quality control.
The operational structure of the University is based on an impressive Organogram that begins with the chancellor, who is a First Class traditional ruler appointed by the Federal Government. The Pro-chancellor is Chairman of the Governing Council of the University, he or she is appointed by Government to direct the broad policy thrust of the University. The Pro-Chancellor is appointed on the basis of clearly demonstrated leadership qualities that contribute to the growth and reputation of the University, he or she presides over periodic meetings of Council that comprises eminent external members appointed by Government and internal members who are elected from Senate, Congregation and Convocation.
Management, headed by the Vice-Chancellor, comprises two Deputy Vice-Chancellors, (in-charge of Administration, Academic), Registrar and other principal Officers, and critical schedule officers, also assist the Chief Executive in the day-to-day affairs of the Institution.
The famous Institute of Petroleum Studies which awards a joint Master of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering and Project development in concert with the lFP School, Paris, France, amongst others, is the first of its kind in West Africa. The Institute now runs Postgraduate Diploma programmes in sustainable Development and a Doctoral Degree course in Petroleum Engineering. Students and Lecturers of IPS dominate the annual Research Fairs organized by the Commission (NUC) and Society of Petroleum Engineers-sponsored NAICE Fairs. Other corporate organizations and individuals continue to sponsor programmes in the Institute.
Our graduates are equipped with requisite skills and broad knowledge in, at least, one branch of knowledge to compete favourably with their peers anywhere in the world. The total exposure we give to our graduates prepares them for lucrative careers in the industry, public service and private employment. Our graduates are high flyers in diverse fields and trained to excel in virtually any profession they try their hands on.
With the state-of-the- art sporting facilities at our disposal, athletes representing the University have so far won the NUGA Games for the fourth consecutive time, while also twice taking first position at the West African University Games (WAUG).

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 E-mail: ndengera2002@yahoo.fr , nzamtu@gmail.com
 Phone contacts: +250 725 739 555
Bio data:
 Date of birth: 09/05/1982
 Gender: Male
 Marital status: Married
Education background:
 2006 – 2010: Kigali Institute of Education : Bachelor’s degree (Hons.) of Sciences (Biology) with Education and QTS
 2004 – 2005: Grand Séminaire de Philosophie Mgr. BUSIMBA (Goma-DRC)
 1998 – 2004: Collège Christ-Roi de Nyanza: Advanced General Certificate of Secondary School Education
Language skills:
 Kinyarwanda: Mother tongue
 French: Advanced oral, listening and writing skills
 English: Good oral, listening and writing skills
 Swahili: Basic oral, listening and writing skills
Other skills:
 Computer literacy: Ms. Word, Ms. P. Point, Ms. Excel, Internet
Work experience:
 February 2011 – Up to now: Saint Philip Technical Secondary School (Director of studies)

 February 2010 – December 2010: Bugesera District (Groupe Scolaire Mayange A: Teacher of Biology and Chemistry)
 Pedagogical training, 21/04 – 25/04/2014, TEVSA, GIZ, PSF and WDA

 Training for school directors in strategic planning, organizational development and change management, 25/11 – 29/11/2013, TEVSA, GIZ, PSF and WDA

 Training for school directors in basics of Management and leadership, 05/08 – 09/08/2013, TEVSA, GIZ, PSF and WDA

 Mentors’ training for internship program 2011, KIE

 In-service training, Phase III for mathematics and sciences teachers in secondary schools, 29/11 – 9/12/2010, MINEDUC and JICA

 Amahugurwa y’ubuyobozi bwiza na Politiki, 26/11/2005, NCUR

 Rev. Father Jean de Dieu UWAMUNGU, Ndera Catholic Parish, 0788806832

 Mr. NTAKAZIRAHO Venuste, Headteacher of KAMABUYE Secondary School, Bugesera District, 0738418390

 Miss Marion GOTTMANN, International trainer and Pedagogical advisor of GIZ/TEVSA

I hereby confirm that the above information is true and concerns me only.

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Kalunga Holdings

Kalunga Holdings is a Baltimore, Maryland registered company with various subsidiaries that are focuses on Investment Management, Travel and Tourism and Real Estate. Kalunga Holdings provides investment opportunities in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

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Obaid Akhter

Good Day
My name is Obaid Akhter
i am a student of Associates and having a degree of matriculation
i am a web developer and want to enhance my skills.
but in my country resources are not available
i want to became a Software Developer/engineer
my age is 15 years
my dob is 28 May 1999

Best Regards

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Nat-Israel I

If you would like to see my resume, please contact me. If you need anything else, just let me know. Good luck and thank you for your attention. Thank you.

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