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Thokozani Chepuka holds a Bachelor of Science in Water Resources Management and Development from Mzuzu University in Mzuzu, Malawi. He is a Young African Leaders Initiative and his nonprofit engagements focuses on youth-led research, adolescent reproductive health, life skills, youth and women empowerment, gender, good governance, social justice, and water, sanitation and hygiene. Prior to joining CorpsAfrica, Thokozani served as an Intern at Blantyre District Council’s Water Development Office where he facilitated, supervised and monitored several rural water supply initiatives funded by the Government of Malawi. He served as a Researcher with Restless Development Uganda under the MasterCard Foundation’s Youth Think Tank program where he collaboratively used youth-led research methodology to generate evidence on meaningful youth engagement in the development sector as well as youth economic opportunities in Africa. He also worked as a peer educator for the UKaid-funded International Citizen Service program with Voluntary Services Overseas Malawi promoting adolescent reproductive health awareness and good life skills. Out of his desire to support rural communities and further develop his community leadership skills, he joined CorpsAfrica to influence change in community-led development initiatives.