Cameroon

Gha Jerry Mua

Gha has a degree in Accounting from the University of Buea and he is presently undergoing his Masters in Business Administration in Accounting at Saint Monica University, Buea and holds other certificates from training programs in a Leadership course and Business Management. Given his devoutness in his accounting field, Gha has developed a strong zeal to advocate for leaders in our present-day society who will be Accountable, Responsible and Transparent in their actions which is the cry in our world today, leaders who will be accountable to the people they govern. He is also concerned with Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) for corporations giving them a mindset of system thinkers. As one who holds the value of non-discrimination and equality among the human race. Gha holds strong the statement of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for a better well. He said “we looked forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms. He named them: freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. Gha Jerry Mua remains a dynamic youth standing for the truth and he’s open to networking with diverse mindsets.

Jerry has a burning zeal for and passionate about Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and in general the UNDP Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Presently volunteering in the Centre of Community Regeneration and Development (CCREAD) Cameroon, an organization with special consultative with the UN. Jerry occupies the position as the head of the Finance and Administration Unit and also project assistant, assisting in many projects that entail drilling young people towards building a sustainable community. He has been part of the implementation of partnered projects of the organization like the Welmarts program with German organizations for Volunteer Exchange programs, the Agro-project through the ERASMUS plus KA2 and also the Sustainable Agricultural Entrepreneurship Exchange between Africa and Europe.

He also assisted his organization in winning the UNESCO-Japan prize award for the Integration of ESD programs in schools for the year 2016. Given his passion for entrepreneurship, he has been a facilitator of most of the organization’s seminars and workshops on business and entrepreneurship and a present trainer in this in the organization’s vocational center where we have been training youth, especially women and girls, in some handworks in life.

“Don’t just think about your own affairs but be interested in others, too, and in what they are doing. We must learn to do well, seek judgement, relieve the oppressed, stand for the fatherless and plead for the widow. This is how our world should be.”