Thursday, September 29, 2016

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

AUSC Conakry Guinea National Representative

Welcome Honorable Miss Alimatu Jalloh , AUSC Conakry Guinea National Representative.
Congratulations For your successful application to represent AUSC in your Nation and the AUSC President's Office has this pleasure to appoint you on this aspired position ,
You are warmly welcome.
Keep sharing this website for your official appointment

Monday, September 26, 2016

AUSC Ethiopia National Representative

Honorable Mr Elias Hailemariam ,AUSC Ethiopia National Representative
Ambassador, Students Council of Addis Ababa Institute of Technology
Addis Ababa University 
Addis Ababa Institute of Technology
Center of Information Technology and Scientific Computing (ITSC)
P.O.Box 385, Addis Ababa, EthiopiaE-mail: or
Tel. +251-913-70-88-03 (Mobile)
     +251-942-20-22-65  (Mobile)

1.      In bringing African students together. Since Africa is a continent with lots of youth, and most youth are in higher institutions and most are eager to involve in different activities taking part in their continent. (This includes bringing African students learning outside of Africa to take role in such activities).
2.      In making African youth voice heard. Students share and discuss and promote their ideas as well problems and endeavors around their communities and surroundings.
3.      In representing African students where possible. Currently there is no such a youth organization representing African students in summits like the African Union, G20 and others. So we need AUSC in doing such activities in representing students and addressing issues related with students.
4.      In creating a platform for African students in exchanges of cultures,conducting educational researches, making partnerships and creating networks and accomplishingAGENDA2063 in building the Africa we want to see.(In collaboration with African Union).
5.      In addressing issues like climate change, food security and campaigns on how the African youth should fight poverty in creating a developed Africa where the youth will take leadership roles in the continent.
6.     In representing and promoting the educational, social, economic and cultural interests of students at the African level towards all relevant bodies including the African Union.

AUSC Cameroon National Representative

Honorable Mr Samjeh Oswald Babilla, AUSC Cameroon National Representative 

He wishes to apply for the post office of the AUSC Cameroon National Representative of Cameroon. 
Is a student from the University of Buea, presently a third year student of the faculty of health sciences university of Bamenda, the general Lab supervisor of Government high school Atiela, and a Cameroon General Certificate of Education practical Examiner.

Reasons why AUSC should exist , is because 
AUSC is the notion of the youths being the leaders of tomorrow : 
1. To help bring about continental integration through the initiative to train the youths on leadership and handling of international youth affairs through the AUSC.
2. It is a backbone of strength to the weaken arm of African government
3. To help to bring about international problem solving by sharing ideal solutions and so help better Africa
4.  It aims to necessitate the paradigm shift from the old order of doing things to a more dynamic approach aimed at correcting the wrongs bedeviling the black race.
5. Aimed at bringing about a viable resolution to African socio-economic and political malaise devoid of personal or elite interests.
6. It raise international patriotic concern in the African youths to cumber woes including, among other things the travails of building a formidable regional government, war, environmental degradation, poor governance, military autocracy, desertification, trafficking in persons, political instability and mutual suspicionthat clearly spells doom for the smooth progress, growth, development and sustainability of the African sub-regions at large.
7. The AUSC “For the better Africa we deserve” is an arm that will raise the search in the African youths for the much-cherished peace, progress and development in our continent.
8. It will get African youths to understand themselves before embarking on the more complicated and more difficult arrangement oftaking practical steps in economic, educational, scientific and cultural cooperation to development Africa.
9. It will bring about the beginning of Africans unity by raising youths for a better Africa in each country.
10. It will facilitate the achievement of goals of rapid self-reliance, self-sustained development and economic growth by major organizations such as the AU, thus laying the foundation of regional socio-economic integration of Africa.Thusensure rapid socio-economic and cultural integration of the African continent and promote collective, accelerated, self-reliant and self-sustaining development of member-States, as well as cooperation among these states and their integration in the economic, social and cultural fields.
11. It will bring about a feasible political union among students of Africa for the betterment of the continent.

12. It raises emphasis on the effective participation of the African students in cooperation and development thereby bringing Pan-Africanism as an essential missing link among sovereign states in Africa.

AUSC North Africa Regional Deputy Representative

Honorable Mr Osman Aldirdiri ,AUSC North Africa Regional Deputy Representative

I am dedicated to help improving health care systems by improving the global educational level with accessibility. Heath care systems in developing countries do often lack some very important up-to-date knowledge and discoveries. Such lack of information contributes enormously in keeping those systems left behind by producing inefficient health care providers and disease control programs. Many lives would be saved if we could guarantee the accessibility to such necessary information. Research is well known as the origin of all medical sciences. It is that researches outcome what makes health care providers who they are and what ensures medications production to fight diseases. Therefore, many research development programs were initiated to promote and fund research practice. Many goals to manage and eradicate illnesses were achieved during the past few decades but with the fact that diseases and viruses are in a continuous development we need to invest more time and efforts in this field. It is also important to highlight that these microorganisms have higher rates development than ours which means that humans might die from simple flu in the future if we could not take real actions for faster development. The implantation of the Open Access concept along with the open education and open data would lead to higher development rates not just in the medical field but in all others too. It would eventually lead to higher educational levels, increased productivity and better socioeconomic statuses. I believe it would be the easiest and less costly solution to accomplish some of our sustainable development goals on health and education and an area of which we can engage the young generations. My actions were focused on bringing attention to the issue and engage the future generations of leaders, researchers and professionals in this movement for bigger impacts. The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) platform gave me the opportunity to reach out to medical students from 116 countries around the world. My advocacy within the federation resulted in passing a policy statement on Open Access, Open Education and Open Data and the training of a new generation of medical student advocates for openness. Currently I am conducting a research on “the State of Open Access in Medical Educational Institutions” where students representing more than 1000 medical schools in 116 countries get to participate in making this research. It would give us a clear idea as a federation on how we can support students’ initiatives worldwide. Also, the research outcomes would serve as a global data on the higher education research practices that can be used for further actions. Getting more involved in the open movement, attending related conferences and work with other organization such as SPARC, EIFL and R2RC increased my expertise and gave me a deeper understanding on how Open Access implementation serves other field as well. Currently, I am working with the R2RC to support students and early career professionals initiatives and advocacy programs worldwide, as well as, leading my own advocacy project in Sudan. I am writing this cover letter to express my interest in the African Union Students' Council AUSC. Being part of such an initiative is a huge opportunity for me to serve my region by empowering its youth. Working as the Deputy Representative for AUSC North Africa would allow me to gather student voices, advocate among regional platforms and provide a better support for other youth activists. I am sure my participation would be with a special addition to the African Union Students' Council AUSC. It would be with a representation of students’ perspectives on the issues we care most about in Africa and with valuable experiences shared.

- Work Experience (volunteer): Job Titles: 1. The membership development assistant - Right to Research Coalition (R2RC) (current). 2. Founder and Director - Open Sudan project (current) 3. Liaison for Africa and satellite events - Right to research coalition (2015). 4. The regional assistant for Africa on research exchange - International Federation on Medical Students’ Associations (2014-2015). 5. The coordinator of the working group on revising the standing committee on research exchanges (SCORE) bylaws - the International Federation on Medical Students’ Associations (2014). 6. The regional assistant for Africa on research exchange - International Federation on Medical Students’ Associations (2013-2014). 7. The national officer on research exchange - the Medical Students’ International Network-Sudan (2013-2014). 8. Training support division director for medical students in campus – Khartoum Medical Students Association (2013). 9. National coordinator of the medical students against maternal mortality project - the Medical Students’ International Network-Sudan (2012-2013). 10.Assistant for the national officer on reproductive health and AIDS- the Medical Students’ International Network-Sudan (2012-2013).  Organizing Events: 1. OpenCon 2016 conference - organizing committee member (next November). 2. The International Open Access Week 2016 - organizing committee member (next October). 3. OpenCon 2015 satellite conference - Khartoum, Sudan - December 2015. 4. Open access week national campaign - Khartoum, Omdurman, and Khartoum North - October 2015. 5. OpenCon 2014 satellite conference - Khartoum, Sudan - December 2014. 6. The transportation co-coordinator of the 10th African Regional Meeting of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations - Kampala, Uganda December 2014. 7. The venue and lodging coordinator of the April general assembly of the Medical Students’ International Network-Sudan - Khartoum, Sudan - April 2014. 8. The registration coordinator of the 9th African Regional Meeting of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - December 2013. 9. Research content developer of the Khartoum Medical Students’ Association’s General Assembly - Khartoum, Sudan - February 2014. 10. The organizer of the Basic AIDS Knowledge workshop at the university if Khartoum - Khartoum, Sudan - October 2013 11.The organizer and co-facilitator of the workshop Advocacy and Campaigning based on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) as case study – Khartoum North, Sudan - August 2013. - Trainings and Workshops: 1. Defining the Scholarly Commons: Reimagining Research Communication workshop by FORCE 11 - Madrid, Spain - February 2016. 2. Training African Medical Youth Leaders (leadership training) by the UNESCO – Kigali, Rwanda - December 2015. 3. Advocacy and lobbying by SPARC - Washington D.C. - November 2014. 4. Training old IPAS trainers (on access to safe abortion) by IPAS - Zanzibar, Tanzania September 2014. 5. Marketing and fundraising training - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - December 2013. 6. Training new IPAS trainers (on access to safe abortion) by IPAS – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - December 2013. 7. Knowledge management training by the University of Brighton - Khartoum, Sudan May 2013. 8. Advocacy and lobbying training by MedSIN UK - Baltimore, US - March 2013. 9. Training on Adobe package (designing) by Pro training center - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - October 2012. 10.Emergency nursing course by Prince Sultan Medical City hospital - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - March 2011. - Conferences: 1. 2 nd Career Advice Conference (CAC) for the medical profession - Khartoum, Sudan January 2016. 2. The 11 th African regional meeting of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations - Kigali, Rwanda - December 2015. 3. The International drug policy reform conference - Washington D.C. - November 2015. 4. The 11 annual Open Education conference (OpenEd) - Washington D.C. November 2014. 5. OpenCon 2014 - Washington D.C. – November 2014. 6. The 7th Tanzanian Medical Students Association International Conference Zanzibar, Tanzania - September 2014. 7. Accreditation of Medical Education in Sudan Conference - Khartoum, Sudan May 2014. 8. The 5th International Neurosciences conference - Khartoum, Sudan - February 2014. 9. The 9 th African regional meeting of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - December 2013. 10. Berlin 11 Student & Early Stage Researcher Satellite conference - Berlin, Germany November 2013. 11. The September national meeting of the Sudanese medical students’ associations Khartoum, Sudan - September 2013 12. The April national meeting of the Sudanese medical students’ associations Dongula, Sudan - April 2013. 13. The 62nd March General Assembly of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations - Baltimore, Maryland - March 2013. - Researches: 1. The State of Open Access in Medical Educational Institutions Worldwide - the research surveys medical students in more than 115 countries who are members of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations to define the state of OA in medical educational institutions - ongoing.

AUSC China-Africa Diaspora Representative

Honorable Mr PISSO EKWA NSEKE , AUSC China-Africa Diaspora Representative
President of Cameroonian Student’s Association in China
Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST)
Student Number I201422093
                                                                                                                     P.O.Box 430074/ +86 132 9795 6721/
Wuhan, China

Over 8 years of working experience in business and executive positions
v  An administratorand communicator with multi-tasking abilities including identifying, planning, implementing and developing business strategies combined with a wide experience in the field of communications.

v  Articulate and confident, a strong and practiced administrator who uses initiative, time, management and confidence in personal performance role and establishes stable and long lasting relationships at all levels both formal and informal basis.

5 solid reasons why the AUSC must exist especially here in China.

1-      Firstly, from the historical and political perspective, Africa is the continent that has suffered the greatest man-made and natural disasters. Coupled with its history of slavery and colonial servitude, it remains the continent most vulnerable to the geopolitical schemes of the world powers which has been practicing a policy of “divide and conquer”. Unable to continue with such servitude and underdevelopment, African thinkers, philosophers and statesmen started a pan-African movement to liberate Africa from its chains, the great conclusion by which total independence and liberation can happen is first by “Unity”. Africa must unite.
2-      Again, for every society to strive, it must first invest in its youths which represent the future of every nation. For a very long time, the African youth has been neglected, abused, ignored and a times manipulated. This youth movement suffered greatly especially during the 1990’s and early 2000s. The youths were left to themselves, to fend, to learn, to adapt and to grow in this ever fast changing 21st century of technological and digital mobilization. The major lesson learnt from these experiences is that African youths can no longer depend on their governments or international organizations for “cool aid” but must see how to come up with ideas and projects to better develop its continent. African youths must only count on themselves to usher in that change.
3-      Furthermore, this youth ambition to achieve the “African dream” of waking up in a free country, free of wars, free of poverty, free of diseases, free of persecution, free of tribalism, free of nepotism, free of mediocrity, free of corruption, free of racism and free to be whatever they want to become “Uhuru”. Uhuru is that Swahili word that embodies that philosophy of liberation, freedom, autonomy and dignity. It is in this light that a group of young Africans who have that vision, decided to create the African Union Student’s Council (AUSC). With the objective of breeding the next generation of African leaders who want to make our beautiful continent to be better for what we deserve.
4-      Also, due to the difficult circumstances on the continent. A lot of its youths have gone voluntarily or involuntarily to other continents. Mostly seeking better opportunities, better knowledge, better living conditions and maybe some adventure. The reasons are many as the stars but almost all these students still have a soft spot for their roots and origins, Africa. If we do not know where we come from, how can we know where we are going to? This feeling of interconnectedness and solidarity is best explained by the African humanist concept “Ubuntu”. We are what we are because of others, therefore we owe a lot to our motherland Africa. The African diaspora has a major role to play in the development of their nations. They are but a reflection of their roots, the result of the dreams and choices of their ancestors which aspires for a better future.
5-      Finally, taking into consideration the current geopolitical and geostrategic position of China in the world. This is Africa’s biggest trading partner and major investor. There are thousands of African students in China who want to express their talents and share their experiences with the motherland. The AUSC can serve as a bridge for this vibrant and dynamic diaspora that is acquiring knowledge all for the progress of our continent. The AUSC needs to firmly establish itself in China whereby students who finish their studies in China and want to continue serving their continent back home can do so through the platform of AUSC. It is my strong belief that out of the thousands of universities that host the thousands of African students, the AUSC can detect talented Africans who can be groomed so that the motto of AUSC becomes a reality, for the better Africa we deserve.  
After enumerating my vision of the AUSC in China, I am hoping that I am appointed for this position of which I am sure, I will faithfully defend.

Pisso S.E.Nseke

Honorable Mr OluwaseyiSodola , AUSC West Africa Regional Representative

Honorable Mr OluwaseyiSodola , AUSC West Africa Regional Representative

Western Africa Regional Representative

I was opportune to have my secondary school education in Mayflower school Ikenne co-founded by an erudite social crusader who was admired as “the conscience of the nation” by Nigeria’s greats like the late Chief GaniFawehinmi (SAN),  and late Chief ObafemiAwolowo (SAN). Dr. Tai Solarin came up with a school anthem we chorus on the assembly ground which has its lyrics as:
“Knowledge is light and so the sages say forever t’will be the light to guide humanity, knowledge is light as ignorance is darkness and therefore mayflower equip your life with armour of light for the mission to the world is to bear with torch aloft and guide with all our might that knowledge is light that knowledge is light just as the ignorance is darkness that knowledge is light.”
This shows that without knowledge a nation is in a deep darkness without a dot of illumination. Hence, the only way at which this darkness could be eradicated is to lighten up the nation through the investment in knowledge of the youths and giving them a voice.
About 65% of the total population of Africa are below the age of 35 years, and over 35% are between the ages of 15 and 35 years - making Africa the most youth full continent. By 2020, it is projected that out of 4 people, 3 will be on average 20 years old. About 10 million young African youth arrive each year on the labor market- The tool of development of any nation balls down on how creative and engaged her youth is, they act as the engine that propels the growth of such nation; the youth represent the labourforce that produce the goods and services which in-turn improves and develop the economic the nation.They are the critical masses of people whose action and inaction can make ormar the development of their society. It would be of great value to a nation if the efforts of these youths are directed towards right direction.
Therefore, to air the voice of the youths and students in Africa it is of good importance to propose the African Youth and Students Full inclusion and participation in the African Union Leadership and Development Decision making which is rightly to promote the organization and also initiate officially the African Union Students’ Council(AUSC) " For the Better Africa we Deserve".
The reasons for their inclusion is because youths and students are:
·         The seats of knowledge that illuminate the darkness of the nation
·         The workforce that increase the economy of the nation
·         The voice of more than 70% of total population in the continent
·         The country’s most valuable assets if well managed
·         The seed that create multiple effects to other generations

January 14,2016
Honorable Mr OluwaseyiSodola , AUSC West Africa Regional Representative

Brief Profile of Honorable Mr Oluwaseyi Sodola

Oluwaseyi Sodola, Male, West Africa Representative
OluwaseyiSodola is a young Nigerian who is passionate about health, information, advocacy, project management and human development, he is the Young Crew Leader of the Project Managers Development Association of Nigeria (PMDAN) which is the member association for the International Project Management Association; he supervises, coordinates and improves the competencies of both potential and professional project managers in Nigeria between the ages of 18 to 35. PMDAN is the umbrella organization in Nigeria for promoting and advancing the academy and professional development of project managers’ competency in Project, Programme and Portfolio Management (PPPM) which is appropriately applied at all levels of both public and private sector organizations.
He was the representative for West Africa regional working group member for the Commonwealth Students Association; where he advocates for students in Africa on the issues that pertains to their growth, capacity building and well-being.
Oluwaseyi Sodola is the country President for Challenge future; the largest web-based youth organization that creates a community of talents and ideas for the world that works for all.
He has four years of experience in the nonprofit sector. As the project director of HACEY’s Health Initiative in Akure Ondo state, where he supervises the design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting activities of the organisation’s project in the areas of HIV/AIDS, and environmental protection/climate change. Through his work he helps children, women and young people live a healthy and sustainable life using Capacity building, Advocacy, Research and Education (C.A.R.E).
At January 1, 2016, he was appointed as the HOD for Career Development Department of a fast growing Youth Faith based Institution in Lagos Nigeria, where he oversees the career development of more than 2,500 youths of the organization.
He is presently the West Africa representative of the African Union Students’ Council Transitional Committee from 2016-2019.

Oluwaseyi is a trained researcher, counselor, writer and speaker.

AUSC President's special Communique for the AUSC Offices all

H.E.Dr.Iraguha Bandora Yves, MD, President and Founder of African Union Students' Council (AUSC)"For The Better Africa We Deserve".
African Union Students'Council (AUSC) "For The Better Africa We Deserve ".[]
Office of the AUSC President.
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016.
Object : AUSC President's special Communique for the AUSC Offices all. 
Hello dear Honorable AUSC Representative all.
I would like to congratulate Honorable Mr Jonh Dari,AUSC Benin National Representative for having many applications from Benin Republic reaching the AUSC International Communication Office.
The work being done is very important and very easy where at the reception of  the applications, all were being oriented to be handled by his office successfully.
Congratulations once again for the AUSC Republic of Benin National Office for having translated in French communication language the AUSC President's office special Call for Applications to All African Academicians from each country in Africa to have their AUSC National Representative.
AUSC National Representatives also are and must keep using the same Call For Applications ,where they call for their Countries 5 AUSC Zones Offices Representatives.
AUSC Zonal Representatives using the same Call For Applications they Call for their Zones 5 AUSC Districts Offices Representative.
AUSC Districts Representatives using the same Call for Applications they Call for their Districts AUSC Schools Offices Representatives(Depending on a number of Available Universities, Secondary Schools, Primary Schools, Nursery Schools, disabled people academic institutions either boarding school or part-time non boarding Schools each school must have the AUSC School Representative by the end of December 31st, 2016 as inside AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 the only period for AUSC Staff and Members Recruitment session will be completed and closed within this first Period started from January 1st, 2016 to end in December 31st,  2016.).
AUSC Schools Representatives using the same call for applications they call all willing volunteers students in each school where AUSC get for all interested Students from PhD programs to Masters Program, Undergraduate Programs, Secondary Schools Advanced Levels and Ordinary Levels, Primary Schools ,Nursery Schools{to be a top 3 Nursery School Student elected for AUSC School Representative will be helped in communication and in decision making by the mentor teacher appointed by the AUSC Districts Representatives as to have AUSC members in nursery schools forming a special AUSC School Club } as well as it must be done in every country of Africa with already AUSC National representative's Office managing and controlling the implementation of the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 in his or her Country from National Level, to Zonal Level, District Level, School Level, and in the Community of the surrounding areas from each school. AUSC basically starting from a single individual student in every school from nursery student to PhD student in Africa and for those African students studying in the Diaspora, after reading and understanding the AUSC vision, mission, activities, organizational structure, leadership empowerment ,and target AUSC -SDGs achievements before 2030 in every African Country ,basing on status of being a Student in your country, at your school village , we want to see Africa achieving its special development basing on you as an individual citizen of your country at that village where you are registered as a student, please take your time to use the skills, the knowledge, the physical forces and mental forces you have and create a project, select a project title from the bellow 17 Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) {each individual student must choose one sustainable development goal in the list below and design in detail a collaborative project between schools in five different AUSC districts and choose your collaborative project between schools in two different AUSC Districts that will address the specific SDG you have chosen from the same AUSC zone that will address that specific SDG you have chosen. 
This means that you will need to identify an issue{community based issue as must be fitting inside one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals below} in common in your community in the two AUSC Districts served by your specific AUSC zone as the focus of the project.
Below is the list of the Global Goals for sustainable development to be implemented by the young Africans all together in the surrounding community around your school please, starting to develop your village in order to achieve this Global Goals for Sustainable Development in your village because you are educated and because you are still young, because you still have physical forces, because your country provides you with basic knowledge and skills you must not wait to see this things be done by an other person, that is you who is the basic to develop Africa and Africa starts from your village in the surrounding areas around your school there.
Below is the United Nations SDGs developed  to be achieved in this continent of Africa with developed  AUSC International Action Plans 2016-2019,2019-2020,2022-2025,2025-2028,2080-2031 by starting from the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 with all its planned broad and specific activities which are S.M.A.R.T goals(Specific in strategies, Measurable in one minute management with motivating source,  Achievable in actions oriented in an agreement in an ambitious way  aligned with corporate goals, Realistic in a reasonable  resourced results-based way, Time-bound in a time-sensitive cost-limited and trackable in one minute manager of a time frame.
AUSC[] shares the United Nations developed SDGs to all AUSC Members in a new recalling sentence "African SDGs for AUSC Members ":
NB: The AUSC International Committee will take responsibilities on funding your projects .
Each School club starting to conduct free time sessions using your afternoons ,create groups of 5 students mixed following their levels of studies and their gender, every group of 5 students bring on table 5 different and personal developed Project title based to the mentioned SDGs to be achieved in your surrounding communities around your School.   Each of the 5 projects titles is selected according to the most identified and prioritized goal to be achieved in your communities around your two collaborating schools from the same AUSC District as you set a collaborative work, arrange to meet the school club from the next school you have taken for collaboration and negotiate on your group project as the identified need is proved common between the communities around your two schools, and after selecting the topic to start working on in that collaboration way, each school with its 5 group members will have to schedule favorable group work sessions ranging from 2-7 in every week and the project will be guided by teachers also chosen by the group members assisted by the AUSC Representatives of those School clubs .
A finalized project will be a continuous project and a property of the AUSC School Level Club Office where all the produced AUSC School level Clubs groups projects will be mandatory implemented in the same identified community around that school.
AUSC School Clubs will request the needed budgets for realizing and implementing all their produced projects as all must be implemented during the specified period of time by the AUSC School Club groups.
The funding for those developed projects will be delivered by the AUSC International Committee its self and will also be providing recommendations for a go a head to start implementation of your AUSC School Club developed projects all in collaboration with an other group from a different AUSC School Club group.
The AUSC School Clubs members must produce S. M. A. R. T. Projects and set an evaluation tool.

In order to get funds for your AUSC School Club projects you must have collaborated with an other different AUSC School Club that worked on the same SDG as the collaboration is fixed only between two AUSC School Clubs Groups from the same AUSC District in order to be able to implement them in your community as affected from the same AUSC District.
Structure of the Group Work:
There are only 2-7 possible group work sessions (approximately 10 hours in total)  in the programme.  The group work must be completed by a period of one month. Once done in one month or before one month, the group takes a second project and finds a collaboration between an other AUSC School Club group in your District which has a similar project work on the same SDG and initiate a collaborative project, among the sessions, there is at least two group work sessions approximately 10 hours in total sharing opinions as you are working on a similar SDG in order to develop the community around your schools in your specific District.
The group work must presented to other same AUSC School club members for criticism and appreciation before to be accepted by the AUSC School Club Representative Office.
The project to be submitted for funding from each AUSC School club ' 's AUSC Representative  Office must be handed as soft copy printable 3 formats :1)Posters presentation developed format to allow conference accessibility in different Conferences invited by the AUSC International Committee. ,
2) Word developed format in a detail for publication in AUSC International Communication Office Journals and Books.
3) Power point presentation format to allow Slide show in case of online slide sharing by the AUSC International Communication Office Website.
The system above will provide a Copy Right and Rights Reserved for each AUSC School Clubs Office submitted Projects for a continuous support and funding to their AUSC School Club as provided Funds from the AUSC International Committee will directly be oriented to the AUSC School Club Representative ''s Office and be directed to the specific Groups that worked on that SDG topic.
The 3 format released documents in a soft copy system must be used to call for sponsors and to compose the AUSC International Communication Office Journals and Books that once provided to the International Markets will be providing resources that will go back to the AUSC School Club Office to keep their continuous implementing their projects in their communities around their schools following the collaboration between two different AUSC School Club groups as worked on the same SDG Topic and as they all provided a sustainable Solution on the identified issue from the same AUSC District and as they choose to work on that SDG topic Framework .
Through the published AUSC 2nd Period of the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019,which starts from January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2017 ,throughout the Establishment of the African Students ' International Development Fund(ASIDF)" For the Self-reliant Africa We Deserve " all the produced projects and published AUSC International Journals, International Books will be providing financial capacities of the ASIDF and thus growing up the ASIDF as a successful International Mechanism to keep providing funds to all AUSC School Clubs to keep implementing their developed SDGs Based Projects in their surroundings assisting their government local leadership to develop their villages and population around each school in Africa.
Through the establishment of the African Students ' International Development Bank (ASIDB) " For the Sustainable Economic Africa We Deserve " using the amount of money deposited on daily basis to the ASISF, the ASIDB will keep serving the AUSC Offices across Africa for financial and technical supports to be able to facilitate the AUSC School Clubs Members to conduct their implementations of their projects developed basing on prioritized issue as identified in a community around their school and in order to have a sustainable development goal worked on be successfully achieved in that community around that school before 2030.
The AUSC established ASIDF and ASIDB will employ finalist graduated AUSC Members only and a limited number of Expert Consultants from worldwide for a global collaboration system.
The AUSC International Committee,  through the AUSC available Working Teams will be able to control and to provide the total management of all small to big projects that merged from AUSC aiming to have the voice of African Students be fully involved in the activities of the African Union leadership and development decision making process on daily basis, where the AUSC will be totally exhibiting the impact of hindering academicians in worldwide Nations Leaderships and development decision making processes, starting from the Continent of AFRICA, only by the AUSC"For The Better Africa We Deserve " .
We shall provide more guidelines for timing  the AUSC School Clubs Group Projects, more on the needed preparation of the 3 mentioned formats of a document used to produce the SDG oriented prioritized topic project , the Criteria of AUSC International Committee Judges will be considering for accepting to deliver funds to the AUSC School Club submitted projects , Hints and Tips,  and winning group Awarding System. 
AUSC President's Office official call for more AUSC Interested Leaders to keep establishing AUSC Offices on all levels from International Level, National Level, Zone Level, District Level, School Level , the AUSC President 's Office has decided on that all applications will be reoriented to be treated by the AUSC National Representative's Office where every Country in Africa must have AUSC National Office appearing online to release the AUSC Copied AUSC President's Official Call for Applications published online via AUSC International Website and be pasted on their AUSC National Facebook Pages share and request more likes to deliver the AUSC online call for application reaching the Facebook Community Users from sides areas of that Country  .Thus allows that increase of accessibility of the AUSC online information and attracts all interested experienced Students Leaders to submit their CVs to the AUSC International Communication Office which finally reorient them to AUSC National Office where they get vacant and available positions to be applied for, the available positions to be applied for from the AUSC National Representatives ' Offices starts in an Hierarchy from AUSC 5 Zones Offices Representatives, if completed start to appoint for AUSC 5 Districts Offices Representatives, if completed start to appoint for all possible and Available AUSC School Clubs Offices Representatives, and all Schools in each Country must have AUSC School Club Office Representative as following the above mentioned purposes.
All AUSC New Applicants must follow the same Inclusion process as well as we use it Successfully on International Level ,to send a well detailed CV, to the AUSC International Communication Office, replied requested to submit at least the self based blog developed with reasons why an applicant thinks AUSC must exist attaching that back to the AUSC International Communication Office with supporting academic materials {university or school Log ,university or school Student Registration Number, applicant's Half Photo with a white background, University or School P. O. Box as all these academic supporting materials will be used to make the AUSC Appointment materials including the AUSC Appointment Certificate} .
AUSC International Communication Office  after obtaining the requested documents all attached and verification of competence of a candidate immediately allows an immediate What's Up chat interview involving some of the questions agreed online via e-mail interchanging to verify the successful application and confirm the Appointment and soon add the successful AUSC Appointed New Leader to the AUSC International Online Management System with AUSC Leaders Whatsapp Groups also created basing on specific AUSC Working Teams and finally be joined all together in the common AUSC All Leaders What's app Group.
AUSC President's Office decision was taken for no more AUSC Office Representative from International Level, National Level, Zone Level, District Level, School Level will be allowed to work alone, and that is officially published that all Offices must recruit 4 additional Staffs from the interested able students in the same areas as the AUSC Office to help the activities conduction by the AUSC Office , that is also easy on National Level, After receiving all the Applications reoriented to your Office, please make sure you manage the applications as soon as you can to be able to distribute them from Zone level, after completing all 5 zones distribution as AUSC National Representative's Office has to use the National Map to allocate the Zones according to five orientations, East, West, North, Central, and South.
As all the boarders of any grouped surface will be including the usual local administrative areas, those 5 zones, each must be also composed of 5 District as well grouped following 5 orientations: East, West, North, Central, and South.To make 5 District in each zone, this will be the last division considering also your home country local administrative areas.
Each Country must be having 5 zones and each zone having 5 districts, where any AUSC National Representative calling for application needs to cover those areas all before the end of this 1st period of the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 which aimed to make a massive recruitment of AUSC Staffs from across Africa in all more than 54 African Countries.
The Districts Representatives as the most concerned by the community around different schools,  and universities in those districts will also recruit different Universities, high Schools, primary Schools  AUSC Clubs Representatives.
All the clubs Representatives will set a Mobilizing system via their 4 additional staffs in each AUSC club to mobilized voluntarily interested Students to join their School level AUSC clubs, and all the reporting system goes from AUSC Clubs members to their AUSC Club Representative's office.
The AUSC Club Representative's office from one school with all other AUSC Clubs Representatives' Offices allocated in the same District must be Reporting and receiving orders from or to the AUSC District Representative's Office.
Therefore, one AUSC District Representative's office  in a certain Zone together with all other AUSC Districts Representatives ' Offices will be having to receive orders and to report  their activities to the AUSC Zonal Representative of that Zone.
Therefore,  All the AUSC National Related activities must be handled on National Level .  The AUSC Zonal Representatives Offices  in every Country will have to report to and to receive orders from their AUSC National Representative's offices.
Therefore,  all the AUSC International level related activities will be handled on international level by the Offices of AUSC Regional Representatives Offices and AUSC Different Affairs Representatives Office as much as Concerned in collaboration with the AUSC National Representatives Offices in each African Region  downward,  or receive and report to the AUSC Presidential Team via the Offices of AUSC Vice Presidents as much as concerned upwards.
Finally, the AUSC President's Office working with the AUSC Vice Presidents Offices and AUSC Regional Representatives Offices they work for AUSC International Committee and shape projects or receive different works as far as aiming to keep developing the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 where all Duties and Responsibilities of any AUSC Leader from International Level, National Level, Zonal Level, District Level, and School Club Level all must work targeting to achieve the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 Activities for all 3 years.
Activities were specified in different periods of 3 years, eat period being made of one single year.
The current period is from January 1st,  2016 to December 31, 2016 : And it consists only for Massive Recruitment for all 5  African Countries Regions to have  their  Offices, with AUSC Regional Representative's,  AUSC Regional Deputy Representatives ,AUSC National Representative's,  AUSC Zonal Representatives 5 per each Country,  AUSC Districts Representatives 25 per each Country,  AUSC School Level Clubs Representatives equivalent to the available Schools and Universities and Campuses in the Whole Country.
Therefore,  any Representative at each Level is not supposed to work alone,  that is why we concluded that there must be recruited voluntarily committed Students to be the Technicians(4 additional Staffs) of each Representative's office as 4 additional staff include :1) Administrative Assistant {able to sign and stamp officially in the order given by the office's head or once the office's head is absent for an emergency decision which Doesn't affect the Official Leadership in that Office} this is an important person for AUSC Offices and must be an experienced Students Leaders who can work in progress of their AUSC Office assisting his Head of that Office on every level from International level to School level }, 2) Secretary, this works with head or Assistant to deal with all documentations and preparation of official material and handling official data for their Office. 3) Treasurer, this works for Official management of financial related affairs to have a control on banks signatures and historical official bank account documents are all managed by the Treasure and this post is very important from the office deciding to find sponsorship and partners in any financial related activities moreover during the 2nd period of the AUSC International Action Plan the Treasures will be the focus points from International Level to school level. 4) The Communication Officer,  this is very important staff who is uncharged of information distribution, collection, sharing with other Offices online and at physical areas with news letters editions and press releases etc... With websites and pictures of all events to be evidencing the work of each AUSC office.
Please dear appointed AUSC Representative provide your appointed 4 additional staffs, we have not been very abusive to our usual used communication system between each AUSC appointed Representative from AUSC International Committee Representatives, downwards to the AUSC Appointed National Representatives,  AUSC Appointed Zonal Representatives, AUSC Appointed Districts Representatives, however, decisions againist such kind of resistance and ignorance will be equally taken from the mentioned levels AUSC Regional Offices, AUSC National Offices, AUSC Zonal Offices, AUSC Districts Offices, AUSC Schools Clubs Offices, if any AUSC Appointed Representative delays and decides to block the planned framework towards the Implementation of the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 ,we advise a resignation letter to be officially addressed to the office of the AUSC President.
The time is limited for Massive Recruitment for all AUSC Offices only to be completed by the end of December 31st, 2016 as started from January 1st, 2016 to cover the 1st Period of time AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 as published online, that aims to prepare for the mentioned Broad Activities in the 2nd Period of the AUSC International Action Plan 2016-2019 which covers the whole year from January 1st, 2017- to December 31st, 2017 and in that period there will never be an possible recruitment for AUSC Offices with Appointed AUSC National Representative.
The AUSC Regional Offices well also given assistants for AUSC Regional Offices  as AUSC Regional Deputy Representatives  who are supposed to only search online to call for applications from all the available Countries from his or her region, you all have to remember how you got the AUSC Call For Applications before you well appointed as AUSC Regional Representatives and Regional Deputy Representatives ,you have consented on working hard to develop Africa within your received applications, and We only need you to make all African Countries from your regions must be represented with AUSC National Offices, do that. If you failed to recruit your Regional Offices 4 additional Staffs then what are you doing here?
We limit social communication in this AUSC leadership system and AUSC is shifting to the official accountability based Leadership .
To appoint 4 additional staff will no longer require any submission of CVs to the AUSC International Communication Office via e:mail
The AUSC Office its  self will appoint its 4 additional Staffs and submit only the list with names and online contacts address including their Whatsapp addresses to the AUSC International Communication Office via, only to keep them in the AUSC International Communication Office database before September 31st, 2016.
Kindly provide your AUSC Office service as mentioned during your application.

Dr. Iraguha Bandora Yves, MD
AUSC President's office,
Twitter:@AuscOffice, @AUStudentsCoun1

AUSC Rwanda National Representative

Welcome Honorable Mr Ndayisaba Eustache, AUSC Rwanda National Representative,
Nationality of Rwanda.

Application as AUSC (African union student council) representative at country level (Rwanda)
On 24th, June, 2016

eadership: is the influencing process of leaders and followers to achieve organizational objectives through change (Lussier,  & Achua, 2010:6.)
AUSC (African Union Student Council) was initiated to instill good governance and well organized leadership in all African country.
As am applying to be the AUSC Rwanda representative I agree to follow all rules and regulation of the council, I will do all my best for the development of my country and those  of Africa for the best Africa we deserve.
Ø  For a Leadership to be good it should include these elements and I hope together we will maintain them for the best Africa we deserve. these elements are :
      Organizational objectives

Ø  A good and vision leader should be realistic; he should always be caring for his people. we Africans we know what is the best for us none will inspire as I have to make it for the best Africa we deserve .we shall be:
Focusing on the future, creating change, creating culture based on shared values, establishing an emotional link with followers (Africans) all for the better of Africa.
v  The following will be my target objectives that I will be working for if selected to be the AUSC Representative at country level (Rwanda):
1.      Eradicating the extreme poverty and hunger in Africa.

Through good governance and Leadership, we Africans we can build the best Africa where hunger is like history (i.e.: no longer exist).
As it is known , most African country have fertile soil hard working citizens and many natural resources thus we have no reason to be poor. the only b cause of poverty and hunger in Africa is the insecurity with many wars which is due to bad leadership .W African leaders through African Union Student s Council n(AUSC)  me too included we shall instil the good governance in Africa where there is no more wars , no more hungers and no more death due to hunger.

2. Promotion of Gender equality and inclusive education in Africa.
As African young  Leaders we know that no man is an island. We also the role of readies in development so will promote gender equality in all Africa. Ours voice will always speak for the best of all African both readies and gentlemen.
Knowing that education is a big weapon to fight for poverty and even bad leadership we will always support inclusive education for all for the best of Africa we deserve.

3. Sustain and improve the parternership for the development of African country.
Parterneuship is the best way to achieve millennium development goals for African county.
African  union student council will emphasise in that partnership as we came from different African countries with different cultures  i believe together we will construct a strong ting in development . I will be standing for Rwanda i n supporting that paterneuship.

4. Support innovation and maintain African cultures

We young Africa we are most of the attracted by the clothing and others culture from outside Africa. I will teach my fellow youth to love and maintain our culture, we shall also innovate new style from Africa and create job for ourselves. through this we will reduce the numbers of Africans who always move from our beloved mother continent Africa to abroad for different reasons including unemployment and poverty as we will create job for Africans.

5. Support made in Africa and say no for any colonialism ideas.
 We are African, we have to walk as African, and live as African it was African even pray as African
As previously said we African know what is better for us. Through AUSC i will teach young Africans to love our product and support what are made in Africa (different country in Africa)
Therefore through clothing, eating, transporting, bedding, we will be supporting made in Africa and through this we will be fighting against colonialism ideology.
I thank you in advance for taking into consideration my request and appointing me as AUSC Representative in Rwanda as i am looking forward.
      Medical student in Year 3 Biomedical Laboratory Sciences
             University of Rwanda- College of Medicine and Health Sciences
      NYARUGENGE CAMPUS Guild President
      V/President OHCEA/ One Healthy student Club Rwanda
      Member of Rwanda Allied Health Professional Council (RAHPC)
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