ABOUT THE MILLENNIUM FELLOWSHIP - CLASS OF 2021

United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship. In 2021, over 25,000 young leaders on 2,000+ campuses across 153 nations applied to join the Class of 2021. 136 campuses worldwide (just 6%) were selected to host the 2,000+ Millennium Fellows. The Class of 2021 is bold, innovative, and inclusive.

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UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT CHUKWUAGOZIEM AUGUSTINE ILOANUSI, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW AND CAMPUS DIRECTOR FOR THE CLASS OF 2021.

University of Uyo | Uyo, Nigeria | Advancing SDG 3 & UNAI 6

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" ‘The growth and development of humanity is epicentral to all forms of growth and development’. This fact forms the basis of my social impact projects towards human capacity development. Therefore, I anticipate that being part of the Millennium Fellowship is a great step towards strengthening the values, professional skills, network, and pathways that will ensure the continuity and sustainability of success in the social impact sector. "

Millennium Fellowship Project: Project OUSTED

Adolescence is a period of human growth/development associated with society pressure, peer pressure, and adolescents’ desire for independence and responsibility for themselves. These experiences, most times, lead to the development of unhealthy lifestyle such as addictions, drug/substance abuse, and neglect to health among adolescents which not only affect their health but also their overall productivity.

Team Ousted has not only observed this to be a challenge to a sustainable healthy living but has also observed that the health of teenagers is rarely paid attention to. Therefore, Team Ousted hopes to intercept this period of development by instilling health consciousness among teenagers.

Hence, OUSTED is a community-based project aiming to instill health consciousness among teenagers in Uyo, starting with the teenagers at Patfon High School, Uyo Itam, by educating these teenagers on commonly overlooked health issues common with their population. The project aims to:
• enlighten these teenagers on the importance of being conscious of the implications of their actions on their health,
• address issues of drug abuse among teenagers with emphasis on the negative consequences of this act on their health and overall productivity,
• get the teenagers properly informed about Hepatitis and Drug Abuse.

About the Millennium Fellow

Chukwuagoziem Iloanusi is a transformational leader and an emerging physician/entrepreneur with excellent administrative and organizational skills who is passionate about quality healthcare, education, and human capacity development. He is also focused, computer-savvy, and upholds the values of integrity, excellence, empathy, transparency, and accountability in diligently carrying out tasks to meet desired goals and results.

Chukwuagoziem has volunteered as a computer literacy facilitator with iSkill Network, an ambassador for International Conference of Stars (ICOS) 2020, volunteered with SMART-Gang, and worked as an ambassador with World Literacy Foundation in 2020. Currently, he works voluntary with not-for-profit organizations towards the promotion of good health and well-being, personal development (helping younger individuals in the discovery and development of their potentials) and capacity development among younger people towards leading lives of transformational and transgenerational impact.

He has earned several awards and certifications. Working in different teams has helped him excellently develop and strengthen his skills in leadership, team building, teamwork, facilitation (teaching), presentation, organization, good time management, transparency, accountability, and others.

Being a lover and an advocate of purposeful living, he derives joy and fulfilment in helping young individuals in the discovery and development of their potentials for a life of transformational and transgenerational impact.

Furthermore, Chukwuagoziem is a science laboratory technician and currently studies Medicine and Surgery at University of Uyo, Nigeria. His career aspiration seeks to leverage technology in driving and advancing innovative development in healthcare, education, and human capacity development.

Adding to the above, he is a Common Purpose certified open source leader, a full associate member of Certified Institute for Cooperatives and Social Enterprise Management (CICOSEMA), a student member of International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP), a member of Health Emergency Initiative (HEI), a World Literacy Foundation (WLF) Ambassador, a member of Millennium Campus Network (MCN), and a member of other professional organizations.