Youth Take the Lead Programme

Young People demonstrating leadership skills. Youth Take the Lead Exchange Programme was established in 2019. The focus of the programme is to enhance youth leadership through a volunteer exchange across Restless Development Hubs. The 1st and 2nd cycles (2019 and 2020) had three participating Hubs (Nepal, Tanzania and South Africa) coordinated by the Nepal Hub. …

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East Africa Youth Inclusion Programme

East Africa Youth Inclusion Programme (EAYIP) aims at improving livelihoods by creating jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities of 25,000 economically disadvantaged young men and women (ages 15-24) in Uganda and Tanzania. The programme helps create youth owned and managed businesses as well as employment opportunities in dairy and other agricultural value chains. EAYIP is equipping young …

Girls Leadership Programme

Entrepreneurship skills for livelihood improvement. Girls Leadership Programme under the Mercury Phoenix Trust was established in 2021 targeting 1,345 youth (347 Males and 998 Female) between the age of 15-24. The programme was introduced to feed the gap in the current GRREAT project under UNICEF funding where adolescent girls receive training on life skills and …

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GRREAT-(PAMOJA TUWAWEZESHE WASICHANA)

Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health, HIV and Nutrition among Adolescent Girls and Boys in Songwe and Mbeya regions. Adolescents aged 10 to 19 years old makes 23% of the Tanzanian population. This age group has immense potential to contribute to the development of the country. However, their potential is often not fully realised due to …

Kijana Wajibika SDG 16.7

Young people at the center of development. Kijana Wajibika SDG 16.7 is a programme that encourages young people to be at the centre of development and government processes to ensure they are driving accountability and responsiveness from the Government. Using our proven and successful youth-led, data-driven accountability model, which places young people at the centre …

Tanzania Alumni Project

Young people are sharing their stories on how they have been able to reach their potentials and use their skills to make a sustainable living.

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