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    Join: AFLI Platform for Youth Organisations

    Deadline: 31 April, 2020

    Are you an African youth-led and youth-serving organisation? We would like to profile your work! The African Leadership Institute (AFLI), through the Project Pakati initiative, is developing a project titled, ‘African Youth-Led and Youth-Serving Organisations Portal’.
    Youth-led organisations are run and staffed by young people, and their members are all young people. Whilst youth-serving organisations are important as they ignite active citizenry, civic duty and volunteerism at the community levels, several challenges exist.

    To submit details of your organisation, you must be a non-profit organisation working in any one of the following areas and based on the African continent:

    1. Employment and Entrepreneurship
    2. Education and Skills Development
    3. Health and Wellbeing
    4. Governance and Youth Empowerment


    Below, the benefits for your organisation of being profiled on the portal:

    • The portal will make your organisation discoverable by potential funders and donors.
    • It will provide capacity building and peer learning for organisations.
    • It will enhance and promote information exchange between organisations.
    • It will assist in recognising youth-led/serving organisations for their work and efforts and the role of young people in building African economies.
    • It will provide data to the African Union and other institutions which have placed African youth at the centre of their strategies.
    • It will encourage more young people to be engaged and exercise their agency – there are many young people who want to volunteer but do not know where to start.
    • It will also facilitate connections between youth-led/serving organisations in the same country or across different African countries, so they can share best practices, experiences and challenges.
    • Lastly, it will help recognise the contribution of youth-led organisations towards continental and global agendas (Agenda 2063, SDGs etc).

    To apply and for more information click here.

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