Patrick Chinedu Enwerem

Marcian, I agree with you. We need to start at a point and enlarge it. Communism in African makes this strategy the best option.


Brief description: Social Advocate
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About me

I am a 28 year old Nigerian with a strong passion for humanitarian work. My philosophy is as a human being, you can only be adequately fulfilled in life when those around you have a positive cause to emulate you. My goal and career aspiration is to become a seasoned social advocate and administrator. I enjoy doing and making a success in those important things that many neglect.

Educational Background:

I graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka with a BA Hons. in Philosophy with major interest in Socio/Political Philosophy (2006). I obtained a Certificate in Computer Desktop Publishing from Afrihub Institute, Nigeria (2006). In 2008, I was awarded a Certificate in Management and became a Graduate Member of the prestigious Nigerian Charted Institute of Management. In order to gather more knowledge and skills in advocacy work, I enrolled and graduated with a Certificate through a UNDP Scholarship for a 3 month UNDP Virtual School Course in Essentials of Anti-Corruption and Human Development. In March 2012, I was awarded another scholarship by North South Centre of Council of Europe and European Commission for a Network University Course in Global Education: Intercultural and Human Rights Dimensions which I have successfully completed. At present, am participating in a course on Public Health.

Career brief:

Immediately after my University Education in 2006, I joined Ngo Hygie-Enwerem Foundation; an NGO established for human rights, gender and health issues as the Assistant Programme Officer. At this organization, I gained a lot of experience in clerical/administrative tasks in reproductive health and human rights issues relating to Children, youths and women’s rights.


During my participation in the National Youth Service Corp, I had a brief stint as a teacher at Mayo-Belwa Secondary School, Mayo-Belwa, Adamawa State, Nigeria between 2007 and 2008. I thought English and Government in this School.

After my National Service, I joined Association for Eradication of Corruption in Nigerians (ASSERCORN) in 2008, an NGO established for anti-corruption, youth’s attitudinal re-orientation, democratic sustenance and human rights protection as a Programme Officer.

In addition, in 2011, I became the Project Coordinator of Advocates for Youth and Health Development (on part time basis), an NGO with Network membership with UNOY Peacebuilders in the Netherlands. It was established for youth’s political enlightenment, peacebuilding, human rights protection and health development.

Areas of Interest and Specialisation:

My areas of interest and specialisation include; anti-corruption, human rights, budget processes & tracking, peacebuilding, volunteerism, global education health and youth development.


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  • law makers should not be law breakers

    law makers should not be law breakers

    every one authorites peoples and all of us have to respect the laws through that we have our rights .blive in rule of law and respect the law S of any country any where and blive in the term rule of law
  • Advocates for Youth and Health Development (Nigeria)

    Advocates for Youth and Health Development (Nigeria)

    Our mission is to work diligently, hand in hand with all stakeholders; Parents, Teachers, Students, Policy makers, Community leaders, Professionals, other youths organizations etc. To empower the youth as it concern peace building, political participation, human rights, justice, economic and health development.
  • Nigeria Movement for Change

    Nigeria Movement for Change

    Affiliates of the Global Movement for Change in Nigeria
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    • Patrick Chinedu Enwerem
      By Patrick Chinedu Enwerem
      Marcian, I agree with you. We need to start at a point and enlarge it. Communism in African makes this strategy the best option.
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        By Patrick Chinedu Enwerem
        I find it quite disturbing when I walk into a Cyber Cafe in Lagos and behold, a 13 year old is engaging in cyber crime.
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