Muyunda Akufuna is a dedicated youth development and climate justice advocate focused in providing leadership through volunteerism as a co-founder for the Young Volunteers for Environment Zambia and a climate reality leader, trained and mentored by Al Gore, the former US Vice President. He is an experienced development assistant with a demonstrated history of working in the civic industry, skilled in sustainable development, climate change, energy, youth leadership and International relations. He has a strong education profession with a university degree in ecology, certificates of achievement in diplomatic practice, protocol and public relations, climate reality leadership, and civic leadership under the Young African Leadership Initiative program. He is behind the hosting of the first ever-sustainable energy public school debate held in Lusaka Zambia. During his studies at the University of Zambia, Muyunda represented the plight of young people as president and secretary general for the biological sciences association, and youth of the United Nations association respectively. His remarkable determination to raising the voice of young people led to his appointment as the International Youth Federation youth empowerment assistant responsible for researching and implementing youth development programs that build competencies and support positive youth development character enrichment. He has offered training to over 1000 energy entrepreneurs among which are young people and women. The company has since distributed solar power to over 10 000 households, making clean energy accessible by creating more opportunities for young people to engage themselves as distributors for green products across Zambia.