Emmanuel K. Senyo Kumedzina
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School / Work Affiliation
AfricanCentre for Peace Building and Peace Fellowship Network Int.
Website
http://www.afcopb.org
Skype Account
senyoonline@skype.com
Twitter / Plurk / Other Account
http://www.thepowerofpeacenetwork.com/pg/profile/afcopb
About Me
He holds a Bachelor Degree in Geography and Rural Development from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, a Certificate in Conflict Analysis from the United States Institute of Peace, a Certificate in Web Designing and SSCE Certificate from Leklebi Secondary School in the Volta Region.

He is a Rural Development advocate, youth activist, entrepreneur, and a Web Designer. He wants to make positive impact on the world through the work of peace, leadership, and above all fight against injustice, oppression, exploitation, corruption and all forms of discrimination.

He is a poet and has twenty five poems to his credit: notable among them are Let Peace Rain-read on UNIDP 2009, Like You Andam-dedicated to Prof. Kwesi Andam, I'll Change My Name, Storm At Sunset, The Pregnant Season, I Want To Pay My Debts, Heaven Tears, Four Years in Heaven, Mother Africa, Solita, Songs For You.

He was elected the Senior Prefect of Leklebi Secondary School, 2003-2004 and taught for three month (during his long vacation) in the school as a Voluntary Teacher between May to August 2006.

While in KNUST, he was appointed as the Research Coordinator for National Union of Ghana Students-KNUST and Editorial Board Member for the Social Sciences Society-2006-2008. He was elected as Vice President of Volta Region Students Association-KNUST and 1st Vice President of VORSAG (National) 2006/2007.

In Nov 2007, he Foundered and a leader of Youth in Agriculture & Afforestation-Ghana to encourage the youth into the agriculture sector for which he wrote this project the ‘Rural Roads Afforestation-RRA’ and Implemented ‘Implement Operate & Transfer-IOT’, 2009.He also established an agric business 'MS Agric Ventures and ATTL'. He is also the Founder and the Leader of The Young Star Group-Ghana.

In May 2008-09 he was appointed as the Chairman of Welfare Board, Students Representative Council, Chairman of Students Management Board, and the Manager of SRC KBN Fund.

He also serve as Member of University Welfare Services Board and Member Students Financial Services of KNUST-2008 to 2009.

During term of office as the Welfare and the Students' Management Board Chairman. He initiated and coordinated HFC Bank/SRC Voluntary Service Programme 2008, KBN Charity Concert 2009-to raise fund into the KBN Fund, Clean-up exercise, Canteen Visitation,

From 2008 to 2009 he was a Member of Students’ Parliament, KNUST and a Research Coordinator for the Students' Parliament

Between 2005-2009 he was a member of the Peer Counseling Unit at the Office of the Dean of Students KNUST and a Peer Counselor for through out his stay on KNUST campus.

In January to May 2009, he was appointed as the Communications Director for AMS Foundation-NGO based in Kumasi and also Head a Committee to draft constitution for the foundation. Between June 2009 and February 2010 he was Programs Director for AMs Foundation-NGO.

On September 21, 2009, he organized the United Nation International Day of Peace for Peace Secretariat Ghana with a peace proclamations read by the KMA Mayor. He also wrote and read a peon that day 'Let Peace Rain'.

Currently, a he is the Director for ADPL Farming Scheme, Kwabre East District and Mampong Municipal Assembly in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and the Web Manager for Centre for Rural Research and Porverty Reducation.

With AFCOPB, his is the Director in-charger of Peace & Conflict, Web Manager, and Coordinator-General for Peace Fellowship Network International. He, together with Programmes Director of AFCOPB wrote and implementing the 'Rural Peace Project'

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