Ibrahim Jabbie, a Sierra Leonean, was recently recognized for being part of the inaugural class of African Civic Engagement Academy Alumni thanks to support from the University of Georgia and the US Department of State. Jabbie had the chance to interact with people from all over the world as a result of this program, and they all gained knowledge from one another.
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The personnel at the University of Georgia and Sarah Van Horne, the Public Affairs Officer at the US Embassy in Freetown, coordinated the program. Jabbie expressed his appreciation for their efforts on behalf of the University of Georgia and the US Department of State in delivering the certificates. The University of Georgia was also congratulated for creating such a well-thought-out curriculum, he said.
Jabbie is looking forward to sharing his knowledge and helping Africa and Sierra Leone thrive. He wants to improve his neighborhood and further the goals of the African Civic Engagement Academy.
Ibrahim Jabbie is a talented servant of The Most High God who devotes his life to promoting justice, truth, and equality.