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Zimbabwe Youth Biodiversity Network

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Do you love writing? We are always on the look out for guest bloggers to contribute to our website - either as a one-off submission or a series of articles.

CONTENT GUIDELINES

Your articles can focus on the following:

  • Career & Interview Advice articles (youth candidates in their search to secure job or a career move in biodiversity and related fields)
  • Small Biodiversity articles (that help raise awareness or readers to understand biodiversity and related subjects)
NOT SURE IF YOU'D BE ACCEPTED AS A GUEST BLOGGER?

If you are unsure whether your content would be appropriate for our site, please write to us stating:

  • the type of content you would like to share including proposed article title or bullet points of the main topics to be covered in the blog
  • whether the content is primarily educational / informative or promotional e.t.c
  • what website(s) you would want to link to from within your articles / your author profile

We try to respond as soon as we can. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to working with you!

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About Zimbabwe Youth Biodiversity Network

Location:

Reinsurance Close, Harare, Harare 0000, ZW

Mission Statement

To build a national coalition of youth individuals and organizations to halt the loss of biodiversity through mobilizing and empowering young people whilst raising national awareness on the importance of biodiversity.

Description

ZYBN is a registered organization based in Harare and operates nationwide. It was established in October 2017 by the founding chapter coordinator two months after attending the first Africa capacity building workshop organized by the Global Youth Biodiversity Network, in South Africa, in August 2017. ZYBN aims to advocate for youth participation and inclusion in biodiversity conservation at all levels in Zimbabwe and to raise awareness about the importance of preserving biodiversity. ZYBN achieves its mission through engaging leaders, youth and communities with a focus on capacity building workshops, training, online campaigns and participating in national/international youth advocacy workshops/forums, among other things.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • 2-3 hours per week

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