Restless Development’s Mt Kilimanjaro Challenge from 5th - 18th October 2010, will see a group of business leaders and global youth advocates joining forces to highlight the important role of young people in addressing the most urgent issues facing developing countries in Africa. A team of 14 from various sectors and industries across the globe are raising funds and awareness, building up to a 7 day trek to the highest peak in Africa - Mt Kilimanjaro is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world, at 5,895 metres or 19,341 ft.
A group of young people determined to fight world poverty met Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell this week, to give them their views ahead of a major international summit.
Uganda National Youth Consultation
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Frank, 26, International Citizen Service Team Leader from Stevenage, UK
Inspired by his time volunteering as a Team Leader in Zambia through ICS, Frank returned to the UK keen to develop his experience, and use his unique position in the UK to shine a light on some of the key issues he encountered while on placement.