As part of a commitment to strive toward a people-centred and nature positive African continent, African Wildlife Foundation, WWF, World Organization of the Scout Movement, Africa, and the Africa Alliance of YMCAs have come together in this collaborative initiative that aims to recognize the first Top 100 list of African young conservation leaders, that will be released on November 1, 2020 as we commemorate the African Youth Day.
This list will unveil the new generation of conservation leaders that will shape Africa’s political, economic, and social landscapes in the upcoming years, becoming the leading light for the sustainable development of the continent. By elevating their profiles, the consortium will enable the top 100 young leaders to share their experiences in conservation with new audiences and rally more African youth to take up active roles for protecting nature.
Youth networks and conservation organizations should submit the profiles of young African leaders under the age of 35 who have been actively involved over the last three years in impactful conservation work at community, national, or international levels in Africa.
30th of September, 2020
To be considered for nomination as Top 100 Young African Conservation Leader, the nominee must:
- Be actively involved in conservation work in Africa over the last three years
- Demonstrate verifiable impact of their work at community, national and international level.
- Be no more than 35 years old on their next birthday
- Be of African nationality
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