As an experienced business professional, I would like to transition to a career with an NGO or global organization that aims to provide services and programs that deal with poverty, food and water security or disease prevention. I would like to volunteer my time and skills to an organization to help them achieve their goals while providing me with a new opportunity to expand my skills and give me insight into how I may transfer my vast knowledge into the not for profit sector.
— John, Switzerland
TOMUKUM Chia (Cameroon) is Director, Space Applications, Global Centre for Compliance, Hazards and Disaster Management, Office of Disaster Preparedness, Outer Space Applications and Emergency Response, Cameroon. He is a key actor in space activities in his country. He was recognized by the United Nations for his work on disaster reduction . He was the United Nations Nominator to the Laureate Award receiver of the Prestigious Sasakawa Award of the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction,in October,16 2003,in Bonn,Germany. His contributions are in lake management, monitoring of crater lakes, and he is an active promoter of space towards the general public in his country. He is an active promoter of modern techniques for early warning, and multimedia platforms for tel-health, tel-medicine and tel-education. He was responsible for the creation of an observatory centre in the African region using Russian technologies. He was among the best speaker during the first IAA Africa conference in Abuja and he is now the IAA Regional Secretary for Cameroon.Initiating a project and programs on small satellites studies and design for the developing countries.Tomukum Chia (Cameroon) ,Regional Secretary/Senior Administrator, International Academy of Astronautics ,and Corresponding Member Social Science Section received his Diploma and "Rosette" from Dr. Seidu Mohammed, Director General of the Nigerian Space Agency (NASRDA) and Trustee of the Academy ,Closely watch by Dr. Jean - Michel Contant, Secretary General, International Academy of Astronautics,during the IAA International Academy Day..
— TOMUKUM, Cameroon
I am a 26 year old, fun, outgoing and hardworking South-African born female. I am a final semester Communications & Public Administration student and currently residing in Geneva, Switzerland. My wish is to get involved in volunteering for Humanitarian organizations as I would like to use my skills to assist in making the world a better place for us all. I enjoy learning about different cultures and am well-travelled.
— Myra, Switzerland