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NAYD Country Focal Point Elections 2017 – RESULTS

By | December 20th, 2017|INSPIRE|

   

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 [...]

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 [...]

Somalia – SOYVGA actions on SDGs September 2017 #Act4SDGs

By | October 14th, 2017|NAYDSDGs|

  September 25th, 2017 marked the second anniversary of SDGs.  SOYVGA’s SDG Action event took place in Mogadishu and Baidoa. Here are the following steps we have initiated on behalf of ACT FOR SDGs event. SDGs Goals printed and promoted by youth volunteers in the famous land mark called “The LIido Beach.” Created a mobile [...]

NAYD founder Pochi Tamba-Nsoh speaks on the SDSGs 2 years on

By | October 2nd, 2017|NAYDSDGs|

Agenda 2030 – 2 years on

By | September 22nd, 2017|NAYDSDGs|

Increasing conflict and inequality, unprecedented levels of migration and displacement, the devastating effects of climate change, ocean acidification, deforestation to satisfy our demand for meat and palm oil,  excess use of herbicides and pesticides polluting ground water systems, plastics destroying eco-systems, political extremism and disenfranchisement, the share of wealth increasingly imbalanced within and between countries [...]