FOR THE EMPOWERMENT OF AFRICAN STATES

The African Youth on Mining and Envrionment (AYME) is a Non-Government Organisation which has the target to empower Young People in Sierra Leone and other African countries and give them future prospects to develop a more independent economy.


THE TEAM

 

Joseph Smith

 

Founder and Coordinator of African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME).

 

Current Rotary Peace Fellow.

 

2016-2018 Masters in Public and Social Policy - International Christian University (ICU) Tokyo, Japan.

 

2010-2012 President of the Society for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Department of Peace Studies, Fourah Bay College.



 

Morie Tejan

 

Administrative Financial Officer of African Youth on Mining and Environment

Graduate in B.SC in Peace and Conflict Studies, Fouray Bay College, University Sierra Leone.

 

2010-2012 Financial Secretary of the Society for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Department of Peace Studies Fouray Bay College, University of Sierra Leone.

 

 

2012-2013 Campaign Coordinator Leonard Cheshire Disability West Africa, Head Office Freetown Sierra Leone: EU Funded Young Voices Project for Persons with Disability and Promoting the Rights of persons with disability for an inclusive society and development.

 

 

 

Alusine Mansaray

 

Technological Adviser for African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME).

 

Bachelor in Business and Information Technology, Furah Bay College, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

 

Responsible for technological administration and management in varying contexts, e.g. Centre of Development and Advanced Computing, Furah Bay College, Speednet Broadband Communications Ltd., Lifeline Mehemiah.

 

 

Mohamed A. Lakkoh

 

Research and Technical Adviser for African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME).

 

Bachelor in Mining Management, as well as Diploma in Mining Technology, Furah Bay College, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

 

Supervisor of the Research conducted by AYME, also Research and Technical Assistant for Care International.

 

 

 

 

 

Juliet Rogers

 

Environmental Officer & Responsible for Safety Issues of African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME) and local facilitator.

 

Student in Public Health and Clinical Management at Furah Bay College, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

 

Volunteer for multiple Child Advocacy Organisations (e.g. Girl Child Network, Association for Future Icons, Sierra Leone Youth Alliance for Nation Building).

 

 

 

Amidu Kalokoh

 

Technical Team Leader of African Youth for Mining and Environment.

 

Student of Conflict Studies as well as Security Stratecic and Development Studies at Fourah Bay College, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

 

Worked as Research Assistant and Health Promotion Manager in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

 

 

 

Elke Veenman

 

International Facilitator of African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME).

 

Graduate in MSc. International Business & Management, MSc. Change Management, and MSc. Honours College: Leadership - Making a Difference at University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Lemanschik

 

International Facilitator of African Youth on Mining and Environment (AYME).

 

Graduate in MSc. Change Management and MSc. Honours College: Leadership - Making a Difference at University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

 

Volunteer in the Field of Political Youth Work and Intercultural sensitization at ICJA e.V.