Bobby McCaully Flomo

UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT BOBBY MCCAULLY FLOMO, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW AND A CAMPUS DIRECTOR FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.

African Methodist Episcopal University l Monrovia, Liberia l Advancing SDG 4, SDG 11 and UNAI Principle 9

"Just the thought that someone somewhere take pride in what I do and many young people share similar passions as I do, make me extremely happy and excited to be apart of this fellowship. I feel I am home, at the right time, doing what I love to do, and making the world better with the right people. I am really grateful for the opportunity."

Millennium Fellowship Project

Initiative 1: Tree Program
Tree Program - a self initiative that encourages community dwellers within district 13th to grow more trees and help in combating climate change and deforestation.

"I hope to take it out of district 13 and see if I can take it on a national level to get more people involve and as well get more trees planted, target 150 trees in 15 communities."

About the Millennium Fellow

Bobby McCaully Flomo is currently a senior student at the African Methodist Episcopal University where he studies communication as Major. Bobby is the founder of “The Tree Program" An initiative that encourages students, Individuals, Institutions to grow more trees and contribute to the fight against Climate change. As a young student, Bobby founded the Community Quizzing Program while in high school to allow young elementary students the opportunity to achieve academic excellence through quizzing competition. He recently founded the One night 4 One Child project to help put less privilege kids in elementary schools. He is a dramatist, script writer and radio broadcaster. He is Liberian and lived in Liberia.

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