Hyperlink’s Arnold Mashud grabs UN Youth job

Mr Arnold Mashud, CEO of Hyperlink Entertainment GH, has been appointed the Regional Coordinator of the United Nations [UN] Youth Ghana for the Northern Region.

The IT specialist and event organizer announced this in a Facebook post on his timeline.

It reads;

“I wish to thank everyone who supported me in diverse ways as i accept to serve the youth in Northern Region as the certified Regional coordinator of UN Youth. The focus will be on the SDG 16. District reps, campus reps and youth camps will be made available soon. Thank you for your prayers and support. #UNYouthGhana #SDG16 #Youth #PeaceAndSecurity”

Arnold Mashud is an IT specialist and founder of Scrum Solutions Limited, an event organizer and a blogger.

He studied Computer Science at the University for Development Studies and Project Management at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), a premiere public University in Accra.

About UN Youth Ghana

The UN Youth Ghana conducts research and analysis on youth and provides information to governments, Youth, civil society and other parts of the United Nations system on issues and activities relating to youth development programme.

It was founded in accordance with the RESOLUTION 2250 of the United Nations unanimously adopted on Youth Peace & Security which recognized the voice of the Youth and their participation in decision making at all Levels.

The Global call earlier urges the youth to Lobby to their governments on the importance of having a UN Youth representative and delegates to the UN General Assembly, whilst working in cooperation with their Foreign Affairs Ministries.

The organization is led by (John Vinzelts) and was officially registered in Ghana on the 3rd of March 2016 through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, and was incorporated under the Ghanaian Law ACT, 1963, ACT 179) and was granted NGO Status, with the Registration Number CG014022016, having all the approvals, diplomatic rights, privileges and official recommendation and endorsements from the UN and the Government of Ghana, per the Resolution 2250 adopted by General Assembly, after the Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has identified working with and for young people as one of the United Nations’s top priorities, thus, appointed Mr. Ahmad Alhendawi as the first ever Envoy on Youth. 

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