Global Youth Ambassador emerges from Bobonong

Simula
Simula

Kelebogile Simula from Bobonong has been appointed a Global Youth Ambassador for the World-at-School campaign by the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon and the United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education, Gordon Brown.


In her new role, the 24 year-old will advocate for children and young people to remain in school so they can use their skills and knowledge to improve their lives and realise their full potential. She presents herself as a living example of what education can do to transform someone from a disadvantaged background. Simula describes the World-at-School campaign as a digital mobilisation and communication initiative that harnesses the efforts and energies of the many NGOs, teachers’ organisations, faith groups, individuals and youth campaigners to make education a reality for all of the children in the world.

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