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YALI Voices: You can’t change what you avoid

Contributed by Kahuhu Alphons Koruhama, Mandela Washington Fellow 2016, Namibia If you want to change something, you have to become engaged, says Alphons Koruhama, the founder of Possibility Thinkers. Koruhama says we are faced with a leadership dilemma in our society today due to the huge gap between the youth...

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Making Presentations that Impress

When it comes to delivering presentations to audiences of any size, speakers often turn to Microsoft PowerPoint as their primary tool for structuring and organizing their remarks. A PowerPoint deck—when prepared correctly—can help you recall talking points, illustrate key facts and ideas, and keep your audience engaged. Here (5 MB) you’ll...

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Sharing Ideas and Cooperation

Members of the YALI Network are working in their communities to improve health awareness. Alport Ndebele is a YALI member who describes his work as a peer educator. He leads youth programs on reproductive health in communities in the Matabeleland region of Zimbabwe. I lead a team of youth leaders...

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The Civil Society Forum at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

What is the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit? It’s the largest engagement a U.S. president has ever had with African leaders and governments. The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit will bring together 50 heads of state, along with a range of U.S. and African civil society and business leaders, to discuss the future of...

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