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“Every action we take impacts the lives of others around us.."
- Arthur Carmazzi


Impact Adventurers State Ambassadors are a dedicated group of individuals who are committed to making a positive impact in their communities and beyond. You must be  passionate about exploring new places, meeting new people, and making a difference in the world. our state ambassadors  adventurous spirit and drive to make a difference make them exceptional leaders and role models for others to follow. They are true ambassadors for their states and inspire others to take action and make a difference in their own lives and communities. Their contributions to their communities and the world at large are truly admirable.


 The main role and responsibilities of a State Manager include:


  • Conducting research and field visits to gather comprehensive information on the social and economic conditions in rural areas and slums in the region.
  • Identifying and mapping the key challenges and issues faced by the communities living in these areas, such as poverty, lack of access to basic services, and poor infrastructure.
  • Building relationships with community leaders and members, as well as local government officials, to gather firsthand information and perspectives on the challenges and issues in these areas.
  • Collecting and analyzing data on the demographics, livelihoods, and other socio-economic indicators of the communities living in rural areas and slums.
  • Identifying and documenting best practices and successful interventions that have been implemented in similar contexts, to inform the development of new programs and initiatives.
  • Developing and maintaining a database of information on rural areas and slums in the region, to be used as a reference for future projects and initiatives.
  • Collaborating with other stakeholders, including NGOs, government agencies, and private sector organizations, to share information and coordinate efforts to address the challenges facing rural areas and slums.
  • Preparing and submitting regular reports on the findings and recommendations from the research, to inform the development of policies and programs that support the communities living in these areas.

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