Ugochukwu Nwosu: Blogger and Thinker
- Ugochukwu, I'm glad to learn of you http://www.ajegunle.org in Nigeria
and I alert us to your latest report
Thank you to Riccardo Morro for linking us.
Ugochukwu, I invite you to join our Minciu Sodas laboratory's working
group Learning From Each Other
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/learningfromeachother/ Send a blank
message to firstname.lastname@example.org or let me
Also, Asif Daya - thank you for greeting Dada Kolawole Segun and
Welcome! Dada and Ugochukwu, I ask you, can you answer this question
for us, Do you have a deepest value in life that includes all of your
Ugochukwu Nwosu wrote:
> Dear Andrius,
> Its great to learn about this wonderful Initiative. I am thrilled by
> the concept.
> Firstly, I got to know about this through Riccardo Morro, who
> incidentally is based in Rome. I also heard about you on the Rising
> voices mailing list where we are already discussing on efforts to
> start a local youth media outreach in Nigeria, using blogs and comics
> for change advocacy. I also maintain a personal blog as well as write
> articles on ICT4D.
> I am currently the program Manager of Ajegunle.org
> <http://Ajegunle.org>, a special training program to help these young
> people in under served community of Ajegunle. see www.ajegunle.org
> I would love to be part of this great bloggers and thinker network and
> as well participate in the Lithuania event.
> Please find attached a copy of the report from the Ajegunle.org
> <http://Ajegunle.org> project.
> Hoping to read from you soon.
> Ugochukwu Nwosu
> Program Manager Ajegunle.org <http://Ajegunle.org>
> www.ajegunle.org <http://www.ajegunle.org>
> +234 803 747 4312
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