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    Malawi Group 1 (2016-2017)

Emas Potolani holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Humanities with a major in Philosophy from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College. Prior to joining CorpsAfrica, he volunteered at the Student Christian Organization of Malawi (SCOM) where he served as a Training Secretary in the Eastern Region of Malawi from October 2014 to August 2015. This position enabled him to provide premarital counseling and guidance to students in secondary and tertiary institutions as well as associates in six districts of the region. Issues discussed include HIV/AIDS, enhancing academic, moral, and spiritual excellence, conducting research, and building relations with policymakers on emerging issues that are affecting young people. He is very passionate about community development through youth empowerment. Emas held several leadership positions while in college and also founded the Indigenous Talents Concerts (ITC) and the Worship-Quake Revolution, a movement that unites Malawians through corporate worship. He thinks that CorpsAfrica has practical mechanisms for engaging people in Africa to help them develop themselves and he looks forward to bringing a positive impact in the communities of Malawi and beyond.