YOUNETPO & Pan African Think Tank Seal Partnership Deal
Updated: May 16, 2021
MONROVIA-Two youth organizations, Youth Network for Positive Change (YOUNETPO) base in Liberia and Pan African Think Tank base in the United States of America have sealed a partnership deal to touch the lives of their generation.
Visiting Liberia for the for time, Christin Nichole, Executive Director of Pan African Think Tank said, “My mission in Liberia is to find a partner. An organization that aligns with our mission.”
In an interview at the office of YOUNETPO in Congo Town, Madam Nichole said she came in contact with Amb. Leo E. Tiah, Executive Director for Youth Network for Positive Change on the internet.
Stating that when she and Amb. Tiah exchanged emails over a period of time she grow interest in working with his organization on grounds that they both have similarities in what they stand for as young people who what to impact their generation.
She indicated her organization work only young people, in the area of education entrepreneurship and those are initiatives that Youth Network for Positive Change work around as well.
She said they are a research institution adding, “What we do is we go around to other counties we partnering with and get their data and with their data we get to understand what the problems are in Liberia. Now, will we focus on all the problem in Liberia? No! Because what I said about the Pan African Think Tank is that we are focusing on pan African issues collectively.”
According to Amb. Tiah intentionally took his partner to various places of focus for her to get a feel of some of the things he has discussed with her during their conversations.
“That is one reason I been taking her to places see and I want her to see more when it comes to the challenges and when we are discussing she herself can know about” he said.
The two institutions have started the ball rolling by organizing forum for girls under the team” Agenda for Empowering Girls for the Future” started visitations at schools expected to benefit from their program and provision of scholarship for two kids who participated in a spelling bee competition.