YouthVolt Africa is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Barka Sajou as its esteemed Strategic Advisor. With a wealth of experience and a distinguished career in the energy and infrastructure development sector, Mr. Sajou is set to lead innovation for YouthVolt Africa’s ambitious project partnerships across the African continent. His expertise will focus on enhancing the enabling environment and optimizing delivery mechanisms, ultimately unlocking a world of opportunities for young individuals to engage in the clean energy sector.
GEM Africa’s visionary founder and Chief Executive Officer, Shuaibu, expressed his utmost pleasure at the appointment, stating, “For many years, Mr. Barka Sajou has stood as a respected thought leader in the realm of energy and infrastructure development. His track record in policy formulation and implementation on critical national developmental issues, including the acceleration of energy access and combating climate change, speaks volumes. With his professional expertise, leadership acumen, and extensive global network, Mr. Sajou will serve as a valuable catalyst in YouthVolt Africa’s mission to foster youth inclusiveness in the transition to clean and accessible energy solutions across Africa.”
This strategic collaboration comes at a pivotal moment, as the world grapples with the urgent need for sustainable energy solutions. Mr. Sajou’s wealth of knowledge and visionary approach will undoubtedly play a crucial role in propelling YouthVolt Africa’s mission forward.
As we forge ahead, we are excited to witness the positive impact that this partnership will have on empowering youth and driving transformative change in the clean energy sector. Together, with Mr. Barka Sajou at the helm, we are poised to create a brighter, more sustainable future for Africa and its young leaders.
About Green Energy Mission Africa (GEM Africa):
Green Energy Mission Africa (GEM Africa) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering sustainable development, advocating for renewable energy, and addressing climate change challenges in Africa. GEM Africa collaborates with various stakeholders to create awareness, take action, and implement transformative projects that promote renewable energy adoption and climate resilience for a greener future.
About Sustainable Solutions for Green Growth (SSforGG):
Sustainable Solutions for Green Growth (SSforGG) is an organization committed to promoting sustainable development, environmental conservation, and green growth solutions. SSforGG works with partners and stakeholders to develop and implement projects that address environmental challenges while fostering economic growth and social equity.
About Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI):
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) is an independent, non-partisan, nonprofit organization that accelerates the clean energy transition and improves lives. RMI works with businesses, policymakers, communities, and other organizations to identify and scale energy system interventions that will cut greenhouse gas emissions and combat the climate crisis.
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