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Why do I Volunteer with NAYD?

By | April 3rd, 2018|INSPIRE|

Nkhenzani Valoyi - NAYD Steering Group Working for NAYD’s been such a total bliss. It’s been a learning curve and a platform that refined my growth.  We are living in a continent where there’s a divide between the elite and the poor and where our governments do not have enough capacity to reach [...]

Why do I Volunteer with NAYD?

By | March 22nd, 2018|INSPIRE|

Judyannet Muchri - NAYD Steering Group It has been a few years now since I started at NAYD and I have enjoyed growing with this network of people who are committed to social change. Why do I do what I do at NAYD? The answer lies in my belief in Africa and her [...]

Why do I Volunteer with NAYD?

By | March 15th, 2018|INSPIRE|

Pochi Tamba (Eps. NSOH) - NAYD Steering Group There are thousands of African youths working for a better continent and a better world. Many of these youths are repeating what some fellow African youths somewhere had done or are doing. NAYD is the one place where these African youths get to know themselves, [...]

Why do I Volunteer with NAYD?

By | March 8th, 2018|INSPIRE, Uncategorized|

Paul Shaw - NAYD Steering Group I've been with NAYD since 2007 when it was formed. What a roller-coaster ride its been - so many any ups and downs. One moment you're on the crest of a wave, the next struggling to keep your head above water. Sometimes your heart is being torn [...]

Rural Communities Fueling Development in Africa – Skills, Capacities and Existing Gaps

By | February 20th, 2018|INSPIRE|

NAYD's Research Desk talks to Rural Communities around Africa to find out the skills and capacities the people in these communities possess as well as the gaps that exist that may effect their ability to improve their communities. It can be read here

Advocating for Equal Rights in Botswana

By | February 2nd, 2018|INSPIRE|

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmIwoaygn1w Phatsimo Patience Rampa is a NAYD Focal point for Botswana in 2018. She works in the disability field as Project Officer at Autism Botswana. Her role in 2018 is to promote inclusive education in Botswana and advocate for equal access to resources. She also promotes awareness of autism in Botswana.

New Year Statement 2018

By | January 3rd, 2018|INSPIRE|

Dear members, We start with a question - what have YOU done to improve lives in your community in 2017? It’s too easy to complain on Facebook and Twitter. Carry on complaining if you must, but may we ask you to commit at least 1 hour a month to your community's development as well in [...]

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|

   

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 [...]