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Kehkashan Basu- As a 13 y.o. environmental and social activist from the United Arab Emirates, she is the Youth Ambassador for the World Future Council.
Simran Vedvyas—A 16 y.o from Dubai, she is the Youth Ambassador for the World Peace Caravan. She is the founder of SynergY, a student group advocating for more sustainable lifestyles relating to health, environment, and education.
Kyle Wright, Age 18, World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, USA. Kyle is passionate about the need to protect the rights of children. Kyle is now Co-Chairman of the World Peace Caravan Youth Delegation.
Mandukhai (Manda) Bataa, 18 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador from Mongolia. Her local and international experiences have led her to appreciate the value of public policy in building peace within and between nations.
Antonio de la Roca, 24 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from Guatemala. He is committed to breaking the vicious cycle of poverty that so many of his countrymen find themselves in.
Jeremiah Mungai Mwangi, 23 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from Kenya. His vision to promote peace throughout his country and the world is to begin by helping his fellow youth find forgiveness in their hearts.
Anum Nawaz, 24 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from Pakistan. She is a young Pakistani, Muslim woman who has committed to creating and implementing several community development programs in Pakistan.
Katie Gersekowski, 17 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, for Australia. Katie made a promise to herself that every future decision she made would be towards encouraging a domino affect of inner peace, for inner and outer health.
Evelyn Apoko, 24 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from Uganda. Evelyn Apoko is a Ugandan youth who, at age 12, was abducted from her family at gunpoint by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).
Jeetan Khadka, 24 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from Bhutan/Nepal. He is a former refugee and an engaged youth, believing in the power of the youth voice making this world a better place in which to live, love, and grow.
Lea Anne Almetwaly World Peace Caravan Country Ambassador, from Jordan. “ I have come to realize the importance of humanizing 'the other side' in order to end the embedded hatred and fighting."
Larissa Petola, 18 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from the USA. She is a budding journalist and human rights advocate.
Naomi Mwangi, 19 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, for Kenya. When she was twelve, violence erupted across her country, Kenya. The intense violence which cost 1,300 lives and displaced close to 650,000 Kenyans.
Cat Hudson, 22 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, for the United Kingdom. Throughout her tenure as a youth activist, Cat has striven to challenge youth stereotypes and ensure that the youth voice be heard.
Yesid Lainez, 24 y.o. World Peace Caravan Youth Ambassador, from Honduras. She is passionate about sustainable development. Participating in UN conferences such as “Building Cities” and “Women Empowerment in Developing Countries.”
Divine Bradley, 32 y.o. As a teen he founded Team Revolution, a youth-led community service organization based in New York City, New York. He is a motivational speaker, community leader, and entrepreneur.
Dylan Mahalingam, 15 y.o. co-founded Lil' MDGs, a nonprofit international development and youth empowerment organization whose mission is to leverage the power of the digital media to engage children.
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