Peter Mndalasini is from Lilongwe City, Malawi. His Bachelor of Science in Public Policy degree was obtained from the University of Livingstonia, Laws Campus in 2017. He is passionate about Sustainable Development Goals and worked as a Volunteer with the High Court of Malawi, Lilongwe District Registry. He is also a former Environmental Health Officer Intern at Kasungu District Hospital. In 2017, he worked with Mineral and Appropriate Technology Applicable in Malawi (MATAMA) as an Intern. Peter is a member of the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP), a network of passionate youth sharing resources and spreading information on family planning issues. Apart from that, he is an Ambassador for Fika Africa Advocacy Foundation, an International organization that works with young people who are passionate about creating solutions for Africa and building a transformed Africa. He is also a member of Leap Girl Africa, a network of people from all races working collaboratively against gender-based violence. Peter served as a Sanitation Prefect and Treasurer for SCOM from 2010 to 2011 at Chipasula Secondary School. Working with CorpsAfrica is a great opportunity for young graduates and he does not take this opportunity for granted.