International Council for Global Initiatives

Linked with Neema Mgana – Tanzania., and with The African Regional Youth Initiative ARYI.

The website ‘http://www.intcouncil.net/‘ is actually not working, but the International Council for Global Initiatives is mentionned on the following six Websites:

On this page of the African Regional Youth Initiative:
In an effort to expand its organizational philosophy and programs globally, ARYI, in collaboration with other organizations, have joined to form The International Council for Global Initiatives. The Council fosters effective cross-regional collaboration at the international level and innovative program design focusing on three themes: women’s empowerment, youth participation, and community development. For information about The International Council for Global Initiatives please read more at http://www.intcouncil.net/

On another page of the African Regional Youth Initiative:
Miss Mgana is an aspiring and committed young African activist who promotes social and political change in Africa. As an undergraduate student, she co-founded an Aids organization to serve children affected with HIV/Aids in Tanzania. In 2002, she founded the African Regional Youth Initiative, an organization working with hundreds of youth and community-based organizations all over Africa on social, economic and political issues facing the continent. She is the co-Executive Director of the International Council for Global Initiatives (http://www.intcouncil.net) and is presently completing an Internship/fellowship program at the United Nations secretariat in New York.

On the Newsletter of the School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria:
Miss Mgana is an aspiring and committed young African activist who promotes social and political change in Africa. As an undergraduate student, she co-founded an Aids organization to serve children affected with HIV/Aids in Tanzania. In 2002, she founded the African Regional Youth Initiative, an organization working with hundreds of youth and community-based organizations all over Africa on social, economic and political issues facing the continent. She is the co-Executive Director of the International Council for Global Initiatives (www.intcouncil.net) and is presently completing an Internship/ fellowship program at the United Nations secretariat in New York.

On Africa-Nets, African Network for Health Research and Development:
I have just heard the most wonderful news from Neema Mgana (ARYI, GYCA, International Council for Global Initiatives, ISCA), and wanted to pass this along to a number of forums, so that we can all congratulate her and take pride in her considerable achievements and the honor she has received. BRAVO and huge hurrahs, Neema! This nomination and recognition could not go to a more committed activist or to a better person.

On un.org/youhsummit/pdfs … A report by Clement Bwalya … :
circumstances. Founder and director of African Regional Youth Initiative, and the Co-Executive Director of the International Council for Global Initiatives (http://www.intcouncil.net/); presently completing an internship/fellowship program at the United Nations secretariat in New York. “I am a Tanzanian by birth but an African at heart. My interest is in the development of Africa’s future by mobilizing youth efforts to combat present day challenges while giving rise to hope and unity. Somthing extra about me… I am a last born, which means that I pretty much get my way!”

On http://www.intcouncil.net/: no access for the moment, sorry / le website n’est pas accessible pour le moment.

No other information accessible to me for the moment.

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