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Daniel Adugna (27) is a young professional working in the Division for Capacity building and Youth Development of the African Union Commission (AUC). He is in charge for the African Union Youth Volunteer Corps (AU-YVC) a program that promotes volunteering to deepen the status of young people in Africa as key participants in the delivery of Africa's human development targets and goals. In addition, Mr. Adugna is directly involved at a continental level policy making and their subsequent implementation in AU Member States with bearing on Youth. These include the African Youth Charter and the African Youth Decade.
Currently he is actively working with the department of Peace and Security of the AUC in deploying young professionals to post conflict states in Africa and promoting youth entrepreneurship.
Mr. Adugna holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Information Systems from the Technical University Munich, Germany and is currently pursuing his MBA with the Lincoln University, California. His professional interests include: Peace and security; Agribusiness; Project Management and Operations; Systems Function; Institutional growth and development; Multi-disciplinary work; Information and Communication Technologies; African business and diplomacy; Pan-Africanism and Regional integration; Youth participation and leadership.