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Meet The #UPGSustainability Leaders

Meet the Nominees! You can vote for 1 person in each category (e.g. 1 person in Male and 1 person in Female) – and you can do this in every region. Please browse this site and get to know the #UPGSustainability Leaders. If you have questions for them, then please signup for updates so that you know when they will be available in a LIVE session so that you can ask them questions.

By the end of the campaign, two people from each region will win the most votes and will secure a place on the #UPGSustainability #JourneyToHurricane. And your VOICE matters: who would you be happy to vote for? Please scroll down and learn more.

Partial Polling Results

Last Updated: 00:00 on 1 August 2021

Total Voters: 2,537

Partial Results Podium

1st – 1119 votes
2nd – 1030 votes
3rd – 992 votes

Please note that each Voter casts 2 votes: 1 woman and 1 man. And so the total number of votes is twice the total number of Voters.

Ade Damayanti

Ade Damayanti #UPGSustainability Leader is a passionate sustainability enthusiast from Indonesia, boasting over five years of firsthand experience, navigating challenges in remote Indonesian islands. She journeyed through damaged roads, dense forests, and rivers where basic amenities like electricity and telecommunication signals were rare. She is dedicated to empowering youth and communities, her work is meticulously aligned with Sustainable Development Goals 4, 7, 13, and 17, showcasing her commitment to catalyzing positive change in these often-overlooked regions.

Aekthana Arsirawart

Yihong #UPGSustainability Leader is from Thailand, deeply committed to fostering positive change. With a passion for education, his focus aligns with Sustainable Development Goal 4, as he strives to contribute to creating inclusive and quality learning opportunities for all. Your vote will empowers him to champion a brighter, more equitable future

Ei Nandar Khin

Ei Nandar Khin #UPGSustainability Leader is from Myanmar, she has a Bachelor of Social Studies, she is deeply committed to advancing quality education and gender equality in Myanmar. She is empowering young people and women in local areas, and she devotes herself to community development from the grassroots level.

Fred Aloysius Weedor

Fred Aloysius Weedor a #UPGSustainability Leader, a motivational teacher, and life coach. He’s passionate about empowering Young people and creating a sustainable environment in line with the SDGs (Goal 11)

Kelly Johanna Lizarazo Pimiento

Kelly Johanna Lizarazo Pimiento #UPGSustainability Leader is a Colombian based in Gold Coast, Australia. She is interested in the SDG 3. Good health and well-being, SDG 11. Sustainable cities and communities and SDG 12. Responsible consumption and production.

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