Monthly Archives: November 2011


African Youth Decade Alliance

By | November 22nd, 2011|INSPIRE|

The African Monitor in partnership with Inter-Faith Action for Peace in Africa (IFAPA) and the following youth organizations and networks: The International Young Catholic Students, Association Jeunesse Verte du Cameroon (AJVC), Nahdet El Mahrousa, Southern Africa Youth Movement, Network for African Youths for Development, African University Students Network, South African Youth Council, have established the [...]

Arab Go Green – Enabling Youth and Environment during Arabic Spring

By | November 17th, 2011|INSPIRE|

Summary/Overview The current global environmental awareness encourages all parties to protect the environment. The regional political changes offer good bases for environmental protection. Environment aspects currently have high priority in “projects plan” stage. “Environment” could be easily integrated into the various development projects. Key Stakeholders  Civil society organisations – Governmental Agencies – Local communities’ leadership- [...]

The Southern and Eastern Africa Youth Conference on HIV/AIDS

By | November 11th, 2011|INSPIRE|

BACKGROUND Sub-Saharan Africa and the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) region in particular, carry the heaviest burden of HIV and AIDS in the world. At the end of 2005, the average adult HIV prevalence in the SADC region was estimated at about 11 percent as opposed to the global figure of one percent. New infections in the [...]

EarlyLife Pan African Radio

By | November 11th, 2011|INSPIRE|

Where we begun I am Grace Atuhaire, 23 year old female Journalist in Uganda with a passion in citizen journalism.In March 2011, I was taken on as an Intern by Kess Grant at Twaweza Uganda. There I was to pilot the idea of an online Radio/Tv called Earlylife Radio. This grew to be a success [...]

L’atelier foire international d’inauguration du Réseau Mondial des Jeunes pour l’Innovation (RMJI)

By | November 10th, 2011|INSPIRE|

Tenu du 10 au 13 Octobre 2011 à Cotonou au Bénin, l’atelier foire international d’inauguration du Réseau Mondial des Jeunes  pour l’Innovation (RMJI)  et en anglais Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN) consacré à l’Innovation et  l’Entrepreneuriat de la jeunesse du monde a réuni une centaine de participants venants de tous les continents. Parmi les participants [...]

Outcome of Africa 2.0 participation to the G20 Preparatory Meetings

By | November 5th, 2011|INSPIRE|

G20 Development Conference, Solutions for a new World In the context of the G20 Summit, Africa 2.0 was selected to contribute to the G20 Development Workshops that took place in Paris (France), on October 21st  2011,  around the theme: "G20 Development, Solutions for a New World". During those meetings and private prior engagements and discussions [...]

Unlocking the Youth Potential for Africa’s Developmen

By | November 1st, 2011|INSPIRE|

According to the United Nations World Youth Report (2010), young people under the age of 35 comprise 60 per-cent of the continent’s total population, with a projection to reach over 75 per-cent in 2015. Although this huge-bulge represents the continent’s greatest asset for development, many have argued that Africa has not yet tapped into the [...]

Viral Loop of the Century

By | November 1st, 2011|INSPIRE|

Can a "VIRAL LOOP OF THE CENTURY" JumpStart Global Humanitarian Relief (GHR) across the world for anyone alive who is receptive? There are increasing numbers of groups/movements across the world uniting people into a commonality in which respect for human dignity and rights is maintained as well as working together to achieve the Millennium Development [...]

HARGEISA Youth Voluntary Organization (HAYVO) profile

By | November 1st, 2011|INSPIRE|

E-mail: HAYVO local NGO Contact person: Mohad Omar Said (Executive Director) Tel: 4489943/4486202 Address: Hargeisa, Somaliland. Ahmed Dhagah District, Behind ADN Maternity hospital Organizational Background Hargeisa Youth Voluntary Organization (HAYVO) was founded on 11th march 2005 by group of youth activists, who came together to improve and up grading Somaliland community in Hargeisa [...]

Young people to write new UNAIDS strategy on youth and HIV

By | November 1st, 2011|INSPIRE|

UNAIDS will use crowdsourcing technologies and social media platforms to engage young people in developing AIDS policy GENEVA, 25 October 2011—The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) is launching, an online collaborative project to crowdsource its new strategy on youth and HIV—a first in the UN system. Crowdsourcing is a technique used to [...]