NGO Set to Empower Youth for Africa’s Agenda 2063 and the 2030 SDGs

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A non-profit organization declares her intentions of empowering youths in Africa with skills for excellence in work and life.

The People Initiative Foundation (PIF) said that it has two ways of achieving it aims which are going to be unleashed via two flagship programmes that will enable it to deliver on its mission of inspiring Africa’s Youth to succeed.

According to the spokesperson for PIF Mr. Emmanuel Leslie Addae, “In its Social Impact Events focus area, it will run Africa Dialogue, an African thought- leadership platform for discussions on governance and human rights, education, youth unemployment, infrastructure, public health, gender inequality, and more towards helping our continent attain AGENDA 2063 and the 2030 SDGs,”

“The Foundation’s primary target group is Africa’s youth aged 18 to 45.”

“In its pilot year, PIF worked on projects with partners such as British Council, Netherlands Ghana Embassy, SE Ghana, VSO Ghana, YALI West Africa Regional Centre, British High Commission and others relating to Education, Youth Unemployment, Technology, Communication, Creative Arts, Social Enterprises, Women in business, among others,” he said, adding, “the new focus will enable the organization to be more effective.”