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Contact-new.svg Moola Belinda Mangolwa
Employer:Commonwealth Youth Programme
Occupation:Development Economist
Languages:English, Lozi,Nyanja and Tonga
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This user was certified a Wiki Apprentice Level 1 by Rcsharma .

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My profile

My name is Moola Belinda Mangolwa. I am an outgoing person who likes having fun and exploring new areas of interest. I like trying out new things with a view to learn more from the experiences and probably, teach others about the same

Professional background

I am currently working at the Commonwealth Youth Programme as a Programmes Intern, previously, i worked for the African Wildlife Foundation as a Business and Enterprise Trainee. I love my current job because i have always taken interest in th eplight of young people like me. We face so many challenges and this experience has encouraged me so much. I am looking forward to being an employer of young people some day


I am a graduate of the University of Zambia with a Merit Bachelor of Arts Degree in Development Studies and Public Administration.I graduated in the year 2008

My interests

My interests include playing and watching soccer, site seeing, visiting new places, interacting with people from different backgrounds and I love music though anm not a good singer


I am a determined young person who wants to excel to greater heights in my professional life. I want to pursues a masters degree in climate change and also a master of business admnistration. These will help me in understanding the broader perspective of climate change and its effects and use my MBA to solicist for ways t use it in finding opportunities for young people in a changing environment


My personal interest is to see my country develop into a better place to live in

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Internal Links

International Perspectives in Youth Entrepreneurship Training

My wiki projects

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Feedback and notes from my WikiNeighbours

Hello Moola, please provide your introduction on Introductions page. Thanks. --R C Sharma, PhD 16:25, 7 September 2010 (UTC)

(Comment.gif: Dear Moola, Welcome to our current eL4C43 WikiEducator Online workshop. Good to have you with us. Hope you will enjoy this workshop. Warm wishes --Ramesh Sharma 20:43, 4 September 2010 (UTC))

  • Good work so far Moola. Welcome to the WikiEducator community. Have fun and i hope this site helps you fulfil a lot of your passions in development work. Cheers!! --Victor P. K. Mensah 16:56, 8 September 2010 (UTC)
  • Hi Moola, warm welcome to the WikiEducator family! Excellent start! Please add some bold and italics texts, lists (using * and #) and an external link on this page so that you will get Wiki certification (that you have already done on your Sandbox page). Regards Anil Prasad 04:13, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

(Comment.gif: Hi Moola, Welcome to WikiEducator, I was in Lusaka recently and the kapeta was great! --Vkizza 10:33, 13 September 2010 (UTC))

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Facilitators - eL4C43

  • IPYET OER Training Programme in Facilitating Online Learning4Content Workshop (September 6-15, 2010)
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