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Yusuph Masanja (Alumni)
Gather Fellow, Tanzania

Yusuph A. Masanja from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, is the Country Coordinator for the Global Network of Religions for Children, where he supervises implementation of the group’s strategic plan. Previously, Yusuph was a Consultant in the GNRC’s Leadership Mentoring Program, designing a 5-month program for 26 youths on the island of Zanzibar. Before that, he worked at other international philanthropies including the Jane Goodall Institute, where he assisted with the operation and management of the Roots & Shoots environment and humanitarian youth program, coordinated school-based clubs, and collaborated closely with international volunteers. He earned a Certificate in Digital Arts from the Media One School of Digital Arts in 2014 and a Graduate Diploma in Business Management (BBA equivalent) from the Association of Business Executives, ABE – UK, in 2012. He also obtained an International Computer Driving License from the University of Dar es Salaam Computing Center.