Jeremiah completed his Secondary school in 2016 and successfully obtained a grade 12 full certificate. While in School he represented his fellow pupils at various districts, Provincial and National Events ranging from Debates, quizzes, Presentations, and Projects. Jeremiah is in his 5th year of youth work with Plan International Zambia Health and Child Protection and Participation which aims at keeping children safe from all forms of violence and Promoting sexual reproductive health, especially in rural communities. He is a Peer educator of the National Aids Council of Zambia working on a Program with one of the local radio stations we design and Implement various programs that help the Adolescents in Mansa and area around. He is currently the Intervention lead for the Adaptive Leadership Program in Mansa which aims at reducing new HIV infections amongst key Populations which include Adolescents and is supported by the Ministry of Health and The Global Fund. Jeremiah is also a BBC Media Action Youth Ambassador for the Natwapane Tulande Project which aims at reducing the rate of sexual and Gender-based violence in Luapula and Northern Provinces. He is the Vice-Chair Person of the Youth Advisory Panel (YAP) in Luapula Province an Initiative of Plan International which allows young people to influence the Organizations work on the inequalities that Young people face especially girls like child marriage, teenage pregnancy, violence, exclusion, and poverty. Jeremiah also Seat on the YAP National Committee for Zambia which does more advocacies mentioned above at National Level.