Namonda is the Founder and Executive Director of an NGO called People's Participation for Sustainable Interventions (PPSI), that works to advance the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals in Zambia with a particular focus on women and youth.
Empowering lives through opportunity
Graduate Trainee Fellowships
The Online Graduate Trainee Fellowship is a program which offers companies and organisations the chance to benefit from the skills and knowledge of graduate interns for free for up to three months, thanks to a grant from the Pollination Project.
Unemployment in Zambia rose sharply during the pandemic, this meant it was extremely hard for recent graduates to get experience.
Now, thanks to PPSI and the Pollination Project, companies around the world can benefit from Zambian graduates who graduated less than two years ago.
Current graduates include those in Marketing, Computer Science, IT, Communication and Media, Economics, Finance, Environment and more.
PPSI also runs other projects, including an elderly women’s economic empowerment project, a youth recycling project and an agriculture productivity programme.
Further, PPSI is an implementing partner for various global initiatives including the 1 Million Youth Actions (1MYAC), the Youths Green Public Welfare Alliance (YGPWA) and the Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP).