YASD Specific Objectives..
- Promote the youth towards poverty eradication and sustainable development process through - Skill development; capacity building, and service delivery
- Promote participatory exercise for the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources through the use of eco-friendly products and waste innovations
- Promote quality education and gender equality for the youth and women.
- Promoting young people economically through social innovation skills, vocational skills, ICT and entrepreneurship
- To devise and organise for youth and children, particularly their rights to acquire education and improve their health and social and economic well-being.
- Improve health conditions for young people and women through the provision of civic education in SRHR, menstrual hygiene education and services.
- Training and building the capacity of young people in areas of climate change, gender, SRHR and social life skills
- Raising awareness of GBV against all vulnerable groups.
- Provision of secondary education
- Lobbying the government through the environmental affairs department to establish a youth climate fund within the scope of their programming.
- Tree planting and mobilising communities to join climate actions.
- Promoting and defending safe space for AGYW, especially in schools
- Media engagement on both socio-media platforms, radios and Televisions, to reach the general public.
- Creating commercial and entrepreneurial opportunities for youth and women through waste innovations.
- Training the young people and women in briquette making, bottle cutting, compost making and paper jewellery making
- Training school learners in recycling practices, including paper recycling.
- Job creation for the green economy by turning waste into wealth/opportunities.
- Advocacy for the establishment of YFHS corners in both private and public health facilities.
- Partnerships and networking.
- Unpacking climate change messages to make it accommodative to people who can not understand technical terms.
- Mobilisation of youth to access and uptake Sexual and Reproductive health services and information.
- Behaviour change interventions for adolescent girls and young women, including adolescent boys.
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