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February 2nd, 2017
Verengai Mabika

Verengai Mabika

Verengai Mabika, Development Reality Institute Founder

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Verengai Mabika is a young leader in climate change, social innovation, and sustainable development, with a keen interest in youth actions towards a better world.

He is the founder and director of Development Reality Institute (DRI) which designs and manages the first Climate Change Virtual School in Africa.

Mabika holds an honors degree in Regional and Urban Planning and a Postgraduate in Water and Sanitation.

He has supported a number of upcoming youth organizations and is the founding president of Internet Society – Zimbabwe Chapter.

Prior to DRI, he served as vice president of the Zimbabwe Institute of Regional and Urban Planners and Chairman of the board for Action 24 and Flora Movement both environment NGOs.

He sits on the technical advisory board of the Zimbabwe Network for People Living with HIV/AIDS and is an Advisor to the National Manpower Advisory Council under the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology.

Mabika received seven international accolades for innovation and creativity, including the UN-supported World Summit Award, Japanese award for the Most Innovative Development Project, Young ICT Innovator of the year Award, George Abraham Award and ABC Continuity Forum Award.

In 2013, he was elected into the Future Forward Fellowship, a MasterCard-Ashoka initiative for youth employability in Africa.

He is an Ashoka Global Fellow and a member of the BMW Foundation Young Leaders Forum.

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