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Our Youth Advisory Panels
Meet our Global Youth
Panel Members and alumni
Aino from Finland
Aino wants to share her knowledge of youth engagement to shape the future of the organisation.
Alshaimaa from Egypt
Alshaimaa is interested in gender, leadership and decision making.
Breanne from Canada
Breanne feels that the diversity of knowledge in the Global Youth Advisory Panel will help Plan International's decision-making processes.
Maisha from Bangladesh
Maisha believes it is important to tap into the energy and innovation of young people.
Nadyah from USA
Nadyah feels that youth voices bring new ideas and passion to the table.
Nancy from Guatemala
Nancy believes that young people can be protagonists of their own development and agents of change.
Neha from India
Neha believes young people can raise awareness about issues that affect children, youth and communities from a unique perspective.
Sanji from Sweden
Sanji enjoys hearing the different perspectives of his fellow GYAP members.
Sorie from Sierra Leone
Sorie enjoys learning about the child and youth-led activities that are happening in the other countries where Plan International works.
Agung from Indonesia (Alumni)
Agung strives to support young people to be more helpful to themselves and others
Frank from Uganda (Alumni)
One of the things Frank most enjoys about being on the Global Youth Advisory Panel is making new friends across the world.
Jacinto from El Salvador (Alumni)
Jacinto is passionate about supporting children, adolescents and young people so that they know about their rights and how to demand and promote them
Kamanda from Sierra Leone (Alumni)
Kamanda is passionate about making children and young people acquire their rights to create a peaceful and conducive world for all.
Sara from USA (Alumni)
Sara believes that being a part of Plan International has really helped her to connect to young people all over the world
Simone from the UK (Alumni)
Education and gender inequality are top topics of interest for Simone
Tova from Sweden (Alumni)
Tova wants to pursue a career in human rights as a result of her experiences as a youth panel member.