Amanda Sauta is a young lady aged 21 from Malawi. She is a university student pursuing her bachelor’s degree in social work. She holds an UK ABMA certified Advanced Diploma in community development from Malawi Polytechnic Continuing Education Center Blantyre Campus. She holds a certificate of attendance for a workshop in sustainable and participatory community development from the Malawi polytechnic as well as certificate in monitoring and evaluation ,SPSS and Epi info software .she is an active member of Malawi’s branch of international youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP) .She is also the Vice Spokesperson for the Social Work Club by Daughters of Mary Immaculate (DMI) St John university in Mangochi where among many issues her club deals with early teen pregnancies and helping teen mothers go back to school. She has volunteered with open arms in Blantyre and is passionate about community development and the welfare of people. She believes that everyone deserves to enjoy a society free from violence and fear. The youth in Malawi make up the biggest demographic of the population, Amanda believes that given a platform their voices can be an important tool towards establishing peace throughout the world. She also believes that creating more intercultural dialogue between nations and its people is important to promote tolerance and acceptability for one another’s cultures thus avoiding conflict and violence from misunderstanding. Central to her belief is that Every country has to readopt and reevaluated its pledges towards the international human rights bill to ensure that everyone is enjoying the freedom they are entitled to peacefully regardless of who they are or where they come from.
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