Intergovernmental Institution for the Use of Micro-Algae Spirulina Against Malnutrition

Intergovernmental Observer to the United Nations Economic and Social Council Under ECOSOC Resolution 2003/212 Dated 5th of March 2003.
Designated by the United Nations Economic & Social Council Under Rule 79 of the Council’s Rules and Procedures.

IN SUPPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM FOR A BETTER WORLD AND THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 2015 - 2030

Mr Adino MustedanagićMr Adino Mustedanagić
Secretary General's Sp. Adviser on Sports.
International-Director of IIMSAM's 'CAMPMARADONA'

About Adino[ READ FULL BIO ]
Soccer Superstar Staci Wilson Meets President Clinton
Olympic Gold Medalist/All-American Soccer Superstar Staci Wilson and Goodwill Ambassador of IIMSAM with a focus supporting the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), IIMSAM’s Mandate and CAMPMARADONA©
In the world of sports, an athlete secures a place in history when her team retires the number she wore. Few were surprised when University of North Carolina decided to honor All-America defender Staci Wilson by retiring her #27 jersey in 2001. In fact, it was as sure as a free kick on goal without the goalie present. Wilson is a certified superstar. And her resume is beyond impressive.Wilson was a two-time Parade magazine All-American in high school. In 1995, Soccer Digest named her co-National College Player of the Year. She is widely considered the toughest defensive player in the history of the college game. At North Carolina, she was a member of three NCAA national championship soccer teams in 1994, ’96 and ’97. As a senior, in 1997, Soccer America magazine named her “first-team All-America.” In 1995 and ’96, Wilson played for the U.S. National team and was a member of the gold-medal-winning women’s soccer team at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Drafted in 2000 by the Carolina Courage of the WUSA (Women”s United Soccer Association), Wilson played the 2001 season before nagging injuries slowed her professional career.

Born in Livingston, New Jersey, and currently living in Virginia. Staci is committed to devote all her efforts to the work of IIMSAM throughout the world with the help of her wide network of contacts and soccer affiliations to enhance the mandate of IIMSAM in support of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals as well as CAMPMARADONA©.

Camp Maradona Initiative Facilitators – Advisers – GWA

"Mandy"
International Star Footballer and IIMSAM Goodwill Ambassador

Mr. Joseph Odera KumbaMr. Joseph Odera Kumba
Goodwill Ambassador for Kenya
An accountant by profession, Mr. Joseph Odera Kumba was recruited into the Kenya National Football Youth Team in 1985. In 1987, he was recruited in the Kenya National Team Harambee Stars. He proceeded to play professional football in Oman in the Middle East, where he played for Dhofar International for two seasons.[ READ FULL BIO ]

Mr. Noel MillerMr. Noel Miller
Facilitator and Adviser for the Global Sports for Peace and Development Programme Initiative
Mr. Noel Miller is a certified Football/soccer coach, also actively involved in sports & entertainment as a promoter of international football/soccer matches, track & field, cricket, basketball, music and dance concerts. He established several businesses in the US, along with the Global Youth Development Foundation (GYFD) that is a charitable organisation committed to the holistic development of children throughout the Caribbean and of the world.[ READ FULL BIO ]

Mr. Yoiseif BaumgartenMr. Yoiseif Baumgarten
Facilitator and Adviser for the Global Sports for Peace and Development Programme Initiative
Mr. Yoiseif Baumgarten, Advisor and Facilitator for the Global Sports for Peace Initiative, joins IIMSAM as a seasoned professional in humanitarian affairs. He has worked throughout the US and Latin America as a spiritual leader, teacher, and advisor for youth soccer programs, and developed summer programs for children.[ READ FULL BIO ]
Photo of hungry child helped by IIMSAM "THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD SO HUNGRY THAT GOD CANNOT APPEAR TO THEM EXCEPT IN THE FORM OF BREAD."

-Mahatma Gandhi