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Azariah welcomes new volunteers
January 1, 2014
Azariah welcomes two new volunteers: Yewande Fadojutimi and Osianoh Glenn Aliu. Read about them below:
My name is Yewande Fadojutimi and I heard about Azariah Foundation through a very close friend of mine. I have always supported the great work Azariah does from behind the scenes, and when I was asked to help out with the social media section of the organization, I was really excited and couldn’t wait to start!
I am a medical doctor and a huge part of my work involves interacting with individuals on a daily basis. Volunteering with Azariah will give me the opportunity to interact with people over the internet, and update them on different issues related to social responsibility.
This year, I would like to see Azariah Foundation reach a larger audience through social media. I hope that a wider reach will lead to more awareness of the amazing work Azariah and other related organizations are doing in the lives of children around the world.
Osianoh Glenn Aliu
My name is Osianoh. I live in Germany, I am happily married and I love God. My professional interests include Information and Communication Technology – in particular, wireless communication.
I completed my elementary, secondary and post-secondary education in Lagos, Nigeria. Getting through school was a struggle, not because my parents could not pay my school fees and tuition, but due to other challenges such as strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and Nigeria's infamous and unreliable power supply (I often had to study for exams under candle lights!). Nevertheless, I believe my experience helped me develop some essential skills, which have proved quite useful today.
Having successfully completed my education (though I must say, I would love to get an additional degree), I would love to mentor and help other students who may be facing similar challenges. I always had a grand plan to promote education in Nigeria but never actually took action. I decided that it was time to make a difference. I had seen some Facebook posts by Azariah Foundation and admired the work that was being done through this organization. When the opportunity came to volunteer with them, I gladly jumped on it.
This year, I would love to design a system that will make it easier for volunteers to monitor the academic progress of Azariah scholars, so they can receive appropriate support. As a mentor, I would also love to communicate regularly with these scholars and eventually arrange for face-to-face meetings in Nigeria with them. I'm really excited to see what the rest of the year holds for Azariah!