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Sustainable development is among the greatest challenges facing the world today. Resolution Fellows are working to help communities around the world manage stressed resources, create opportunity for all, and utilize innovation, technology, and infrastructure to foster sustainable growth.

Sustainable development is among the greatest challenges facing the world today. Resolution Fellows are working to help communities around the world manage stressed resources, create opportunity for all, and utilize innovation, technology, and infrastructure to foster sustainable growth.

Esnath Divasoni

Esnath Divasoni is a CAMFED and MasterCard Foundation Scholar. She is currently at EARTH University in Costa Rica pursuing a career in agricultural sciences. She is also a member of CAMA, the Alumnae Association for CAMFED Graduates, and a pan-African movement that works to break the cycle of poverty. As a student leader, she is the welfare manager for the African Students Association at EARTH University and is also the chapter chairperson for the CAMA Network in Costa Rica.

Aranza Gonzalez

Aranza is a 23-year-old Medical Student from Venezuela. She is in her last year of school and soon will be headed to a rural community where she will take on the role of primary care doctor for a year. Before being involved in the field of health, Aranza was already interested in helping people from communities with low access to resources, humble societies through catholic journeys from her school, teaching kids basic English, values, and ways to take care of the environment.

Luisa Reyes

Luisa Sophia Reyes is a Davis Scholar majoring in Economics at Wellesley College. She is the Founder of Sisterwork, a young women’s leadership and career development program to empower economic mobility in New Brunswick, NJ. She brings experience in start-up business development, non-profit program coordination, and development of new initiatives to support her work and team at Sisterwork. She draws inspiration from her life experiences, community and passion to create tools, spaces and stronger systems that empower women and youth.

Sua IT

Sua IT is a social venture that seeks to advance computer literacy to school children in rural communities. This project will use mobile information and communications technology (ICT) learning units using a unique curriculum, learning materials, and laptops which will be powered by generators. This will facilitate learning and skills development in ICT for these children. Mobility is achieved by the ease of transferring the units from one community to another with minimal set-up time.

Golda Afoakwa

Golda is passionate about building supply chains that mutually benefit her community’s economic development. She is the co-founder of Sua IT, a social venture that advances computer literacy to children in the rural communities. During her undergraduate studies, she applied her business and finance acumen to consult entrepreneurs in her community which led to the set up of three mobile banking businesses in her home country, Ghana. She has gained relevant work experiences in Pacific Savings and Loans, Verified Group of Companies, Megaton Coffee and Ironwood Ventures.

Richard Sewor

Richard Sewor is driven by his desire to see others succeed. He has engaged in lots of community services and developmental projects that have offered him a substantial amount of experiences to contribute to the success of Sua IT. He is an active volunteer for claim initiative and the Impact crew where he actively supports community development through various outreach programs in Ghana. In 2016, Richard led a team of 5 students to Achiase for a Rural Development and Education Project. For two weeks, his team offered computer lessons for over 55 students in Achiase R/C Basic School.

Douglas Amoo-Sargon

Douglas Amoo-Sargon is a life long learner. He is part of the first cohort of the International Accelerated Degree Program between Arizona State University and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana. He is currently in the second year of his masters program in the field of biomedical engineering with focus in medical imaging and imaging analysis. He is a member of Young African Leaders Initiative and National Society of Black Engineers. He was selected to be a Resolution Project fellow for his project titled Sua IT which seeks to advance

Susan Hilda Lokolimoe

Susan studies Social work and Social administration at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. She co-founded Girls Alive Uganda with classmates Suzan Mutoni and Marion Apio to address the lack of sanitary materials for vulnerable girls in Tororo District, Uganda.

Suzan Mutoni

Suzan is an undergraduate student of Environmental Health Sciences at Makerere University School of Public Health. She is the Project coordinator of the Girls Alive Project, an initiative that breaks the major barrier to girl child education through making reusable sanitary towels and teaching menstrual hygiene. She is also the head of the Public Health Department of the BRAC Scholars’ alumni. A platform that was created to establish give back avenues through which students can solve pressing health challenges in their home areas.

Marion Apio

Marion Apio has always had a desire to help young people and one of the ways she could do it, was by providing sanitary towels, an essential tool to the girl child education. Marion Apio hails from Tororo District in the Eastern Region of Uganda. She is the C. E. O of Girls Alive Uganda (GAUP), a youth led project that aims at making and distributing reusable sanitary towels to the vulnerable girls in her community. She is a Mastercard Foundation Scholar at Makerere University, studying a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication.