It is not new to identify the faces of bribery in the various sectors: • politics, • Universities and colleges, • Nigerian football, • churches, • online, everywhere in the country. An overwhelming 95 percent of Nigerians will accept a bribe when offered or pay a bribe when demanded the Nigerian Corruption Survey 2017
Bribery holds major devastating effects for citizens and the development of the country. The 2017 National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) survey reports that an estimated 400billion are paid in bribes each year.
The Akwa Ibom legislature under in the 6th Assembly has passed the Akwa Ibom Youth Development Fund Bill (AKDF Bill) into law.
INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY 2019 To all women in the world, we say happy womens day from Youth Alive Foundation. Chosing a single day to celerate women globally is not enough to appreciate the societal role you play in shaping norms, culture, behaivor and attaching more value to live. The earliest Women's Day observance was held on February 28, 1909
Vacancies: Call for Applications Youth Alive Foundation (YAF) is a non-profit Civil Society Organization established in 2002 with offices in Abuja, Lagos and Akwa Ibom states which seeks to play a significant role in facilitating a just, equitable and fair society where all youths can have access to social, economic and political opportunities.
In a bid to sensitize the people against the dangers of vote buying, vote selling and all forms of inducement from politicians Youth Alive Foundation took to the streets of Uyo to intimate the general public the need to shun such acts. The awareness which began at Epic plaza, Ikot Ekpene Road, moved on to the University of Uyo town Campus, Plaza
MADOBI YOUTH DEVELOPMENT & AWARENESS FORUM SENSITIZATION AT ISLAMIYYA [MYDAF] Reported by: Comr Abubakar Madobi Madobi Youth Development & Awareness Forum (MYDAF) is in partnership with Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) in the fight against corruption. As a part of their advocacy for a free and fair genereal election
Youth Alive Foundation (YAF) is a non-profit Civil Society Organization established in 2002 with offices in Abuja, Lagos and Akwa Ibom states which seeks to play a significant role in facilitating a just, equitable and fair society where all youths can have access to social
On the 10th of February 2019, 375 persons including 20 persons with disabilities attended a sensitization program organised by The Centre For Awareness On Justice and Accountability(CAJA).
On Saturday 9th February 2019 Youth Alive Foundation Uyo in partnership with Inspiration FM Uyo and other bodies in Akwa Ibom State organized a fitness walk. Primarily aimed at advocating and creating awareness for a peaceful 2019 elections, the 10kilometer walk featured youths from different parts of the city.
IFES is currently engaged in implementing the Support for Electoral Reforms Project (SERP) in Nigeria, funded by USAID and DFID. As part of SERP programming, IFES and local partners maintain a “Nigeria Electoral Violence Report.”
Youth Alive Foundation’s commitment to redefining the role of youth and enhancing their contribution to development in the Nigerian society is made concrete in its boisterous partnership with the National Youth Service Corps –NYSC.
Edited by: Bukola Agbeje Through careful election monitoring in collaboration with ICPC Nigeria and International Foundation for Electoral System (IFES) YAF will give astute situation report in the coming 2019 Elections
A Non-Governmental Organization known as Social Action in collaboration with other Civil Society Organizations(CSOs), Youth Corpers, students of tertiary institutions matched through major roads in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, Nigeria
Earlier today at Sheraton hotel Abuja, Dr Udy Okon the Executive Director of Youth Alive Foundation was welcomed at the unveiling of the National Social Contract Initiative. This movement tagged- NSCI or NaWeBeGoverment is an initiative of the Our Mumu don do Movement convened by Charles Oputa popularly known as Charly boy.
"The Nigerian Social Contract Initiative, loosely translated as NaWeBeGovernment, is an initiative of the Omudodu Youths Foundation
Open Government Participation was launched in 2011 to provide an international platform for domestic reformers committed to making their governments more open, accountable, and responsive to citizens.
The SMW Lagos is an annual event were tech and social media experts gather to facilitate sessions discussing trending issues as it affects these areas. Due to the upcoming 2019 elections, Youth Alive Foundation took the opportunity to facilitate a panel session on the theme—‘The 2019 general elections: how technology can help’.
The tripartite conjunction of EIE Nigeria, Policy Alert and Youth Alive Foundation to present the AkwaIbom Governorship Debate is nearly set in stone.
To establish the readiness of Youth Alive Foundation in monitoring the upcoming 2019 general elections it was necessary to organize training of trainers workshop. The training which brought together key stakeholders in the field of election observation had key thematic areas as follows: