Youth Alive Foundation in partnership with ICPC inaugurated eight (8) integrity clubs on Weds 26th June 2019. Eight schools were inaugurated. Mr Jide a programs officer at Youth Alive Foundation began by welcoming participants and apologizing for starting late. The program officially opened with the second stanza of the national anthem, which was
The Centre for Awareness on Justice and Accountability together with the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission on the 26th of June, 2019 visited the Kano NYSC camp made up of over 2,500 youth Corp members that were posted to the state. The visit was to sensitize them on the need to join the fight against corruption.
In Consolidating on YAF commitment to inclusive programing YAF met with PWDs (Persons with Disability) in the Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic who are willing to establish an association to aid them speak with a unified voice against discrimination of PWDs.
At the NOA NYSC orientation camp, Nsit-Atai Akwa Ibom State, Youth Alive foundation gave an overview of the YPAC project, The SHE campaign, MadACT movement, SITI and the integrity clubs. Commitments were extracted from enthusiastic corps members who pledge to take the anti-corruption messages to their respective places of primary assignment.
Centre for Awareness, on justice and Accountability had a follow up meeting with ICPC on 25th June 2019. CAJA and ICPC held a Stakeholders Meeting with the members and staff advisers of Anti-corruption clubs in Secondary schools in Kano State. The meeting aimed at developing strategies for proper operation of the clubs.
Centre for Awareness, on justice and Accountability, a partners of Youth Alive Foundation on the Y-PAC project have recently met with ICPC on 19th June 2019. After a successful meeting with the members of the Constituency Projects Tracking Group which was held at the office of the ICPC Commissioner, Kano office team was elated to get updates
We the People organized a Strategy Meeting which brought key partners of the Y-PAC Project in Rivers State together to strategize and synergise on new and better ways of achieving the project goals. In attendance were Mr. Alex Chukwura, State Commissioner, ICPC and other staff of the commission; Mr. Ayo Tamuno, Acting Chairman of NOA
Anti-corruption CDS created in Epe courtesy Youth Alive Foundation (Lagos) in partnership with ICPC. On Friday May 31st 2019, YAF Lagos in partnership with ICPC hosted a sensitization program for about 100 Corp members present at the general CDS where 27 Corpers were selected and inaugurated to form the pioneer anti-corruption CDS group in Epe LGA.
A COMMUNIQUE OF A CONSULTATIVE FORUM WITH PERSONS WITH DISABILITY (PWDS) HOSTED BY YOUTH ALIVE FOUNDATION
A COMMUNIQUE OF A CONSULTATIVE forum WITH PERSONS WITH DISABILITY (PWDS) HOSTED BY YOUTH ALIVE FOUNDATION Held on 20th June, 2019 at Chelsea Hotel, Abuja PREAMBLE The Consultative forum with Persons with Disability (PWD)
?Youth Alive foundation was delighted to play host to three parliamentarians from the National Youth Parliament. In the pursuit of an already existing relationship that commenced last year during the inauguration of the 4th Assembly, the parliament have been identified as a key stakeholder in the fight against corruption.
Incidence of Drug abuse has become a prevalent issue in the Nigerian Society. Primarily a vice which the youths indulge. People who are once grafted into the act have lived on with the addiction that follows drug usage. Often shrinking into irresponsible adults and worse
Day three of the Y-PAC Capacity building with partners began with Mr. Samson who quickly rounded off on his M&E presentation from the previous day, He talked about the M&E framework. Subsequently, Aaron took an engaging session on conflict management in programs delivery,
In strengthening the relationship, bringing partners up to date with the current trend on the Y-PAC project, the second day of the capacity building…was relevant. The day opened with Justina Iji- (Partnership Officer at YAF) welcoming participants and asking for a recap of day 1.
In a bid to strengthen prospects for impact by both partners and government agencies on the Y-PAC project, YAF organized a capacity building and work plan development workshop. Held at Ihiala Hall of Dennis Hotel Wuse 2, Abuja the five day workshop and work plan meeting commenced on Monday 12 March
Youth Alive Foundation has made tremendous progress on the SHE campaign (Sexual Harassment in Higher Education). Carrying out a baseline survey to understand the prevalence of the #Sex4Grades issue is very important. It is with respect to this that YAF on Friday 7th June 2019 took to training Enumerators for the survey.
As YAF strengthens her engagement on the Y-PAC intervention focused on Sexual and Gender Based Violence SGBV the SHE campaign (Sexual Harassment in Higher Education) has proven to be a vital too in this regard. Today YAF just concluded the training of 30 Enumerators for the SHE survey.
YAF organized a training of 6 enumerators (4 females and 2 males) for the SHE survey on the 29th or May, 2019. A total of seven students were in attendance including the Vice President of University of Abuja Student Union Government, the PRO of SUG and 3 YAF staff who facilitated the training. The training started at 11 am and covered the following
As the assent of the Akwa Ibom Youth Development Fund Bill by the state governor becomes a pressing need, the Youth Advocacy Cluster paid an advocacy to Mr. Gabriel Ukpe, SSA/Director of Foreign Direct Investment at the Governor’s office. The visit was to expose the content and benefits of the Bill. Mr Gabriel applauded the efforts and the progress
As the assent of the Akwa Ibom Youth Development Fund Bill by the state governor becomes a pressing need, the Youth Advocacy Cluster paid an advocacy visit to the Hon. Speaker of the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly. Received by the speaker, Rt. Hon. Onofiok Luke the group made up of over 53 CSOs in Akwa Ibom state.
May 27 is traditionally the Children’s Day in Nigeria. Although the observation was first established by the United Nations in 1964, the day remains important in the lives of many Nigerian kids. This day is dedicated to celebrate “childhood”, it is on this day that tribute is paid to all children in Nigeria.