Meet The WYA Zambia Chapter Leaders

WYA Chapters are driven by the initiatives of young people like you who put your passion for human dignity into action. A Chapter is an officially approved local branch of WYA members who volunteer to manage various activities in support of the WYA mission. Get to know the newest leaders of the WYA Nigeria Chapter:

 

Beatrice Chanda Sampa is a certified WYA member from Mansa – Zambia, Southern Africa. She is a high school (grade 12) graduate and will be entering university in 2022 to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Zambia. She came to know about WYA through Facebook. She undertook the Certified Training Programme and got certified in 2020. Since then, she has been involved with WYA and has been privileged to participate in the International Solidarity Forum on Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia and the WYA Africa Youth Summit, among others. She is glad to be part of the team establishing the WYA Zambia chapter. She is excited to start taking the work of WYA to different parts of Zambia so that people can learn more about the human person and human dignity. She is looking forward to more WYA activities in Zambia.

 

 

 

 

Moses Sampa is Zambian, from Luapula Province, Mansa. He pursued a Diploma in Finance & Accounting at the University of Zambia. He is currently managing his firm, Emmo Tech Company Limited. He came to know about World Youth Alliance through social media, Facebook in December 2019. He did the Certified Training Programme in 2020 and got certified in April of the same year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Njobvu Dauti is from Zambia, Luapula Province. He is a certified member of WYA from Zambia’s newly established Chapter. He is currently a student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine with a specialty in Dental surgery at Copperbelt University. Njobvu Dauti is looking forward to more activities at WYA that can help communities in Zambia.

 

 

 

 

To launch a WYA Chapter in your country, complete the WYA Certified Training Program. Then reach out to africa@wya.net for more information on how to get started.