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|April 11 , 2016||Youth roles on maintaining peace and security in Zanzibar.||Aecrotanal Hall|
|April 14 , 2016||Principles of good governance: Fostering positive relationship between local government officials and youth||TAYI Center|
|April 18 , 2016||Impact of criminal cases on youth and national development||Malaria Hall|
|April 21 , 2016||Ways to enhance entrepreneurial opportunities.||Mwanakwerekwe center|
|April 25 , 2016||Parents’ (women) roles on enhancing positive communities||Bububu Center|
|May 2-6 , 2016||Skills Enhancement Program for Imams (a piloted university short course program).||Zanzibar University (ZU)|
|May 3 , 2016||Roles of religious leaders on promoting national and global peace and security.||Kidongo Chekundu hall|
|May 4 , 2016||Public dialogue: Unleashing youths potentials.||TAYI Center|
|May 12 , 2016||Legal consequences for taking matters on hands (sharia mikononi).||Mwanakwerekwe Center|
|May 18 , 2016||Importance of trustworthy on running joint businesses.||Bububu Center|
|May 23 , 2016||Avenues for promoting women and youth entrepreneurial opportunities.||Shaurimoyo Center|
|June 2 , 2016||Youth and women roles on enhancing national and global security .||Malaria Hall|
|June 4 , 2016||Effective ways for income generating activities’ sustainability.||Shaurimoyo Center|
|June 6 , 2016||Enhancing neighborhood watch: reporting and responding against criminal acts within local communities.||TAYI Center|
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What We Do
We strive to tackle both change in policy and effective implementation of programs that directly affect youth affairs.
We support youth centered projects and policies that empowers youth’s socioeconomic skills.
On the policy level we engage with policy makers and bring-in a youth voice to the policy discussion forums. We do these efforts through our three approaches
- We work directly with our target groups.
- We collaborate with competent partners.
- We support other partners to directly implement our projects.
We envision a world where all people, especially youth, hold the power to create access to social and economic opportunities for themselves and others.
To promote Youth welfare at local and international level. We do this by providing; informative dialogues, cultural and educational exchange visits, entrepreneurial and volunteering opportunities as well as access to education, employment, healthcare, sports and other social opportunities
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We envision a world transformed by an awareness of the true potential of every human being, where all of life is sacred and where all our social systems work in harmony with the earth.
We focus on finding solutions and achieving results by actively engage others in discussions and decision-making forums
We are all accountable to take personal accountability from our actions and results.
We treat others the way we wish to be treated and support everyone's worth and dignity regardless of background, abilities or beliefs.
We aspire to create bigger youth employability skills, good citizenship and great entrepreneurial mindsets.