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July 2017: NGO of the Month

By | July 4th, 2017|NGO OF THE MONTH, Uncategorized|

Community Development Centre (CDC-Uganda) Community Development Centre (CDC), based in Uganda but working in both Uganda and South Sudan, is a non-profit and non-governmental community based organization. It was founded in January 2014 by youth with a civic endeavor to advocate for the needs of indigenous communities and establish platforms for community development. The organization [...]

In Conversation with Sheripher Dinala

By | June 6th, 2017|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Young Women as Active Agents of Social Change Sheripher Dinala What kind of work do you do? My work is mostly centered on young women and girls’ empowerment. I work with women and men of all ages. My goal is to make sure that young women and girls are empowered to make informed decisions [...]

June 2017: NGO of the Month

By | June 1st, 2017|NGO OF THE MONTH, Uncategorized|

BIG STEPS OUTREACH NETWORK (BONET), CAMEROON BONET was founded in 2010 and later registered in 2011 as a non-profit, youth-led organization committed to the fight against marginalization, inequality, HIV/AIDS and other STIs in Cameroon. The association provides a platform for the inspiration and empowerment of youths in Cameroon and beyond by enhancing and  promoting opportunities to [...]

May 2017: NGO of the Month

By | May 2nd, 2017|INSPIRE, NGO OF THE MONTH|

Youth of Agro-Marine Development Association (YAMDA), Somalia Based in Merka, Somalia, YAMDA was established in January, 2014. It targets communities in Lower Shebelle, Bay, Bakool, and Banadir Regions. To promote community development, YAMDA focuses on such areas as agriculture and coastal line development, vocational training and capacity building, education, health and sanitation among others. YAMDA’s vision [...]

In Conversation with Nelson Kwaje

By | April 28th, 2017|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Digital Skills & Youth in Africa What kind of work do you do? I use three words to describe what I do: People, Technology, and Transformation. My day to day job is very diverse and engaging; most of the time I am on my laptop corresponding with team members and coordinating projects. Aside from that, I [...]

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