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Lydia Lisa Dimokari

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Leader Lydia Lisa Dimokari from 2022 Leaders Asia-Pacific.

Program Manager, Kodoka Track Foundation

Papua New Guinea

Lydia Lisa Dimokari is the program manager at the Kodoka Track Foundation, an international aid nonprofit. In this role, she coordinates all programs related to education, health, leadership, equality, and livelihoods in Papua New Guinea. Before this experience, Lydia ran a youth organization called Mission Vibe to create space for young women in her community to come together for facilitated conversations about topics like reproductive health, healthy relationships, and goal-setting. She is a strong advocate for Papua New Guinea's youth and brings their views to the forefront of crucial discussions. Her vision for Papua New Guinea is a society where children can walk freely in the streets without fear of being hurt and where families and communities live free of all types of violence.

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