Theirworld’s youth ambassadors share their ideas on campaigning to end a crisis that currently denies 260 million children an education.
Wanja, Javita, Pavel and Jocelyne discuss their passion for helping children around the world and the importance of education in providing life skills that will serve young people long into the future.
This episode of Better Angels was edited by Warren Borg, Worgie Productions
Young activists share their ideas on campaigning to end the global education crisis. Sarah speaks to four of Theirworld’s Global Youth Ambassadors, inspiring young campaigners.
They share their passion for helping children around the world gain access to education and talk about the important role education has to play in providing life skills that will serve them long into the future.
Wanja Maina is an inclusive education campaigner from Kenya whose mother carried her several miles each day on her back to school because of her disability. She ended up with a Master’s degree and a commitment to see others get into school and learning no matter what barriers they may face.
Javita Nauth is an American-Guyanese Global Youth Ambassador from Guyana who focuses on Early Childhood Education. One of her major projects is reconstructing eco-friendly and earthquake resistant schools in rural parts of Nepal Badly affected by the 2015 earthquake.
Pavel Sarwar, originally from Bangladesh, is now living and working in Malaysia. He is a tech entrepreneur and education campaigner who co-founded Youth Hub, a non-profit platform for young tech entrepreneurs that runs school coding and initiatives for girls and young women in ICT.
Jocelyne Jeannot has been a Theirworld Global Youth Ambassador since 2014. She works at the American-Pakistan Foundation as Director for Community Engagement and is also a published, award-winning photographer.