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MR. MOSES EKWERE

MR. MOSES EKWERE

Permanent Rep. of the United Nations-Geneva for Ariel Foundation Intl || Country Director AFI - Ghana

Moses Ekwere is a distinguished ChangeMaker, Youth Advocate, Human & Gender Rights Activist, and Environmentalist, boasting over 5 years of profound experience addressing multifaceted development issues. His impactful contributions include co-authoring numerous publications for Ariel Foundation International and the Global Peace Hub – Swedish Development Forum FuF, emphasizing Youth development, Peace & Security.
Hailing from Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria, Moses currently serves as the Executive Personal Aide to Dr. Ariel King, CEO of Dr. King Solutions and Founder/President of Ariel Foundation International-AFI. In his
role as the permanent representative of the United Nations for Ariel Foundation International in Geneva, he demonstrates a
commitment to global impact.
A firm believer in the transformative power of education, Moses, a Bachelor’s degree holder in Human Resource Management from
Ghana’s prestigious University of Cape Coast, champions quality education as the Subsaharan Regional Representative of the
European Business University of Luxembourg. His mission is to reform societies and safeguard the environment, aligning with
the United Nations’ SDGs 4, 5, 13, and 17.
Passionate about sustainability, Moses collaborates with the Greenway International Foundation, addressing climate impact and
environmental concerns. Within this youth-led organization, he actively contributes to impactful training
programs, tree planting initiatives, and anti-plastic movements, eliminating over 1.2 million plastic
straws in Accra, Ghana.
Driven by a vision for 100% clean energy and a 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, Moses leads the
“Roots of Resilience” community development project. This initiative focuses on planting 1 million fruit trees
across Nigeria and establishing 100 botanical gardens in schools for educational aid and climate sensitization.
The project, launched in partnership with the WAAW Foundation, includes basic computer training to enhance STEM education.
In the realm of international student leadership, Moses served as the Secretary General of NANS Ghana between 2019
and 2020. His work encompassed gender equality, peace diplomacy, community development outreach, and collaborations
with professionals. A proud member of the Nigerian Red Cross Society, Moses Ekwere’s unwavering dedication and visionary
leadership make him a prominent figure in the global pursuit of positive change.

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