Margaret Osei

I respond to the name, Margaret Osei. A very dedicated, skilled and motivated young woman among 2 siblings.
Margaret grew up in a Sub Urban community with other young women who always love to work together to create change around them.
She loves to travel, dance, listen to music, read, farm, bake, share challenges and find solutions, among other skills that seek to bring development for young women. She is a team player, goal-oriented, problem solver, a facilitator and a trainer. Margaret has volunteered for the past 5 years within communities and with public and private organizations having common interests in development.
She is currently volunteering as a lead facilitator with Move The World on the Get Global Education Programme to train and build capacities of young people on the Sustainable Development Goals. She believes this will facilitate skilled and motivated young people to become role models who will be there to create change in the community and the world at large.

Lawrencia Awuku

Lawrencia is a friendly, easy-going person with a lot of playfulness and love for children. With an MA in International Social Development, she is also a trained Gender Specialist from a UK University.

Lawrencia has vast experiences in empowering young adults, girls and mothers. She advocates for children’s right to education, Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and campaigns against child labour and early marriages.

She volunteered at Uganda Hands for Hope where she taught children with disabilities and supported them to acquire self-help skills. This was a fulfilling experience for her and a turning point in her life to finally realise where her passion lies.

Being a part of Move the World, she looks forward to developing her leadership skills and to make life-changing impacts in the lives of the children we work with.

Whenever Lawrencia is not around children or working on people-centred projects, she is either reading, exploring new places or mixing up DIY recipes.