Country Coordinators

Fhatuwani Joseph Ligege (SOUTH AFRICA)

Fhatuwani Joseph Ligege is the conference abstract and program chair; a HIV & AIDS/Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) program`s coordinator at the University of Johannesburg (UJ), Institutional Office for HIV and AIDS (IOHA). He is currently responsible for coordinating the peer education program, HIV curriculum integration projects, implementing and supporting marginalized community members, especially the LGBTI+ and PWD on SRHR issues.  Has worked closely with student peer educators, further conducting research on experiences of peer educators as a way to further enhance their learning. His passion includes youth development and contributing positively towards student`s ‘graduateness’ and employability.   


 

 Melusi Simelane (SWAZILAND)

Melusi  Simelane is a passionate and self motivated student at the University of Swaziland, with a passion for the realisation of Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights accessibility to all, and also is involved in the LGBTI movement in Swaziland. He has worked with The Rock of Hope, Swaziland and on many initiatives and projects under the Country’s Coordination of Non-Governmental Organisations (CANGO).


 

Teboho Mohloai (LESOTHO)

Teboho Mohloai is a passionate and an accomplished youth activist in the fields of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights, Gender Equality, Policy Review and Development, Social Behavioural Change and HIV with over three years experience. She has represented UNFPA Lesotho and LPPA in regional and international conferences. She is familiar with youth challenges and needs in Lesotho and has experience with both national and international youth organization partners working with HIV/AIDS, social entrepreneurship, and youth leadership, participation and development.


 

Lucetta Chifamba (ZIMBABWE)

Lucetta Chifamba is a young, focused and determined woman who has a passion for working on adolescents and youth SRH HIV and AIDS. She is noted for her leadership in the Young Peoples Network on Sexual and Reproductive, Health HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe serving as the deputy national facilitator, leadership in the Young Women Leadership Program and serving as a national representative at regional level of southern Africa countries. .Currently she is in the Regional Steering Committee of the Safe Guard Young People project by UNFPA


 

Losina Nekulu Amesho (NAMIBIA)

Losina Nekulu Amesho is a bright young lady who holds a Bachelor of Education Degree specialising in Lifelong learning and Community Development. She is passionate about people development which has seen her participating in volunteering her services in charity programmes.  Losina is energetic and ambitious about her career path and she possesses essential training and facilitation skills, counselling skills, interpersonal communication skills, and negotiation skills. She is a keen relationship builder and thrives working in highly pressurized environment while delivering wonderful results. She has hands on experience in community development work through her involvement in various LifeLine/Childline Namibia’s projects in community mobilisation, facilitation and training right at community level.


 

Kamuchizya Mutambo ( Zambia ) 

Kamuchizya Mutambo is a young Zambian man who has proven himself as a leader who has occupied various leadership positions throughout his academic and professional life. He is a human resource specialist and has worked with companies including the African Development Bank (ADB), Finish Embassy in Zambia, Mobile Broadband Zambia Limited (Vodacom Zambia), and the Volvo Africa group. He is also involved in advocacy and has worked as the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Brothers for Life.


 

Pemphero Mitawa(MALAWI)

Pemphero Mitawa is a young woman who has recently completed her studies for her Bachelor degree in Public Administration. She is an active member of the UN women advocates in Malawi, a voluntary group of young women that advocates for Sexual and Reproductive Healthy rights. She is also the president of a country wide voluntary youth group called Youth Action Movement (YAM) Malawi. This youth group advocates for sexual and reproductive rights across Africa and is supported by the International Planned Parenthood federation (IPPF) and functions under Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM), a member association of IPPF. By virtue of her presidency for YAM, Pemphero is also a member of the board of trustees of FPAM.


 

Goitseone Pampiri (BOTWANA)

Goitseone is a dedicated and self-motivated leader and professional with over 9 years of wide work experience in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights including HIV and AIDS (Prevention, HIV Testing and Counselling, Care) Maternal and New Born Child Health, Safe Male Circumcision, Research, programming and management. He has been a Botswana Family Welfare Association (BOFWA) Board member representing the young people for over 5 years. He has passion and full devotion to directly working with adolescents and youth, parents, families, marginalized and most at risk populations, and workplace professionals.  


 

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13 July - 15 July 2017
University of Johannesburg- Institutional Office for HIV and AIDS (IOHA)

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