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By Azeez Abubakar

Azeez Tobi Abubakar is a 23-year-old Nigerian climate activist and a member of the Global Citizen Fellowship Program, powered by BeyGOOD.

The Global Citizen Fellowship Program 2021 Powered By BeyGOOD Welcomes Its First Nigerian Fellows

First Nigerian Candidates, Along with their South African Counterparts, Join the Global Citizen Fellowship Program Powered by BeyGOOD for a Year-Long, Full-Time, Paid Placement
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JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, LAGOS, NIGERIA, Monday, July 26, 2021 /3BL Media/ - International advocacy organisation Global Citizen has announced its third annual Global Citizen Fellowship Program powered by BeyGOOD, welcoming the first enrollment of ten Nigerian fellows. The young people will be joining five fellows from South Africa, on a dynamic year-long, full-time, paid learning program. 

How to Apply for the Global Citizen Fellowship Program

Applications for the Fellowship Program, powered by BeyGOOD, are now open.
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Why Global Citizens Should Care

Although Africa’s young people are bursting with potential and are incredibly influential, they are among the hardest hit by unemployment and skill shortage. Through our partnership with BeyGOOD, Global Citizen is helping to empower them to reach their full potential, become agents of change, and provide them with skills that will help them alleviate poverty. Join us here in taking action to empower young people and end extreme poverty.

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Why Global Citizens Should Care

Although Africa’s young people are bursting with potential and are incredibly influential, they are among the hardest hit by unemployment and skill shortage. Through our partnership with BeyGOOD, Global Citizen is helping to empower them to reach their full potential, become agents of change, and provide them with skills that will help them alleviate poverty. Join us here in taking action to empower young people and end extreme poverty.

Global Citizen Fellowship Program Powered by Beygood Announces 2020 Cohort

The global citizen fellowship program powered by Beygood offers 10 paid, year-long placements in south Africa annually
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JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, 29 July 2020 /3BL Media/ - Global Citizen Africa has announced candidates for the second annual Global Citizen Fellowship Program powered by BeyGOOD. The program, which launched in 2019 following the overwhelming success of financial and policy commitments made at Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in December 2018, is intended to provide young people with remarkable opportunities to fulfil their dreams. 
 

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