Yearly Archives: 2017

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#NAYDSDGs in 2017

By | December 29th, 2017|NAYDSDGs|

  2017 was both challenging and a rewarding year for #NAYDSDGs. The enthusiasm of the first meeting in early January 2016 and subsequent establishment of 7 person teams in 36 African countries was mostly lost by the middle of 2017, with perhaps the late postponement of a planned meet-up in December 2016 a major contributor [...]

Raising awareness of the SDGs in Ivory Coast

By | December 22nd, 2017|NAYDSDGs|

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lhsc3T_H-V8&feature=youtu.be The activity was held in Abidjan at the University Felix Houphouët Boigny of Cocody The main objective was to gather youths for them to reflect, exchange, and bring out solutions for implementing the SDGs. The organisers were NAYDSDGs Ivory Coast team, ONG ARSE, and Alliance Network for the SDGs from Ghana. The participants were [...]

Proposed 2018 Country Focal Points

By | December 21st, 2017|INSPIRE|

The below is posted for readers information. Comments to help@nayd.org Country Name email Algeria Fatima Zahra Feriel Menouar MenouarFZ@hotmail.com Algeria Amel Benali amel.benali@ge.com Angola Massangano Domingos massangano2006@gmail.com Benin Guillaume HOUNSOU-DINDIN guillaumehdd@gmail.com Benin Christian HOUNKANNOU hounchrist@gmail.com Botswana Phatsimo Rampa patiencetiro@gmail.com Botswana Ronny Matenge ronny.matenge@gmail.com Burkina Faso Seraphine Kando bazie.kando@gmail.com Burkina Faso ZOROME ZARAFILOU zarafilou007@gmail.com Burundi Prime [...]

NAYD Country Focal Point Elections 2017 – RESULTS

By | December 20th, 2017|INSPIRE|

   

In Conversation with Ingo Ritz

By | December 18th, 2017|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Using a Global Civil Society Network to Support Agenda 2030 This September marks 2 years of SDGs; on a scale of 1-10 how would you rate the implementation of the SDGs? The implementation of the SDGs is very slow. There are only 15 years to implement the Agenda 2030 and almost two years have passed [...]

NAYD 2017 Elections

By | December 12th, 2017|INSPIRE|

The election is now OPEN for NAYD 2018 Country Focal Points and will remain open until 18th December at midnight. Please vote here.  A space has been reserved on NAYD's main facebook page to help you engage with the candidates. A reminder that the main responsibilities for the voluntary position of a Country Focal Point [...]

December 2017: Organization of the Month

By | December 2nd, 2017|NGO OF THE MONTH|

Violet Mbiti Foundation, Kenya A brief introduction of the organization including the motivation behind it: Through our brand Youth County Projects Kenya, Violet Mbiti Foundation empowers youth in the 47 counties in Kenya socially, economically and politically towards achieving Vision 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals by initiating projects at the grassroots. Focus areas we are [...]

Network of African Youths for Development – Call for Country Co-ordinators 2018

By | November 22nd, 2017|INSPIRE|

Background NAYD’s vision is to help make Africa a safer and more developed place for all, including women and children of all ages through the joint efforts of youths. To achieve this we will:- Promote and encourage the work done by Young Africans in effecting positive change on the continent. Facilitate exchange between youths involved [...]

Spotlighting Youth-led Initiatives

By | November 15th, 2017|Uncategorized|

DARPE In one sentence what does Development Assistance Portal in the Middle East (DARPE) do? DARPE is an ultimate resource in the MENA Region to identify tenders and grants, build informed partnerships, design and deliver funded projects more competitively and effectively Where is DARPE based? Where does it focus its work? Who are the people behind [...]

November 2017: NGO of the Month

By | October 31st, 2017|NGO OF THE MONTH|

Children and Young People Living for Peace (CYPLP), Nigeria Youth Against Election Violence March Children and Young People Living for Peace (CYPLP) is a youth-focused, not for profit, voluntary movement in Nigeria. We work with the other youths, informal and formal youth groups and through youth groups in local disadvantaged communities.  We defend and [...]