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  • Title: Youth Challenge International
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Who We Are.. Our Mission.. Our Approach.. Our Staff.. YCI Board.. YCA Board.. Job Opportunities.. News.. YCI Blog.. What We Do.. Youth Development.. YCI's Key Methodologies.. Our Global Partners.. Where We Work.. Program Countries.. Costa Rica.. Ghana.. Guatemala.. Guyana.. Mozambique.. Nicaragua.. Senegal.. Tanzania.. The Gambia.. Uganda.. Volunteer Globally.. Overview.. Programs.. Program Calendar.. Your Fundraising.. How YCI Uses Fundraising.. Apply Now.. Testimonials.. FAQs.. Alumni.. What We Offer Alumni.. How To Stay Involved.. Support YCI.. Fundraising.. Support Our Volunteers.. Support Our Projects.. Our Donors.. Donate Now.. Program Development Internship in Toronto.. Volunteer in Tanzania for 6-weeks this Winter!.. Communications and IT Innovator in Ghana.. Youth Innovator Opportunities this Fall!.. Donate to YCI.. More News and Opportunities.. Loading.. Building Communities & Leaders Through  ...   poverty through four integrated sectors: livelihoods, health, leadership and the environment.. YCI engages youth in creating solutions to the challenges they face, incorporating youth development, volunteerism, partnership, and equity into all that we do.. YCI's projects are currently located in Africa, Central and South America.. YCI is supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).. Africa Central America South America.. Privacy Policy.. Copyright 2010, Youth Challenge International.. All Right Reserved.. Registered Charitable #: 11906 9078 RR0001.. Toll Free.. : 1.. 877.. 504.. 3370.. Email YCI.. Youth Challenge.. International.. Centre for Social Innovation Regent Park.. 585 Dundas Street East.. 3rd Floor.. Toronto, Ontario M5A 2B7.. Canada.. T: 416.. F: 647.. 348.. 1773.. America.. 394 Broadway, Fifth Floor.. New York, NY 10013.. USA.. T: 1..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - About YCI
    Descriptive info: ABOUT YCI.. Our Mission:.. Building Communities and Leaders through Global Youth Development.. Our Vision:.. Youth Innovation Drives Positive Change.. Our Principles:.. Volunteerism:.. Volunteerism, the willingness of people to work on behalf of others without the motivation of financial gain, is a central tenet of YCI s programming.. YCI cannot achieve its youth development vision without the commitment, energy or capacity of volunteers.. The pace in which we achieve results and the type of programming we implement can be attributed largely to the meaningful contributions of volunteers.. However, our model of volunteerism is much broader than the simple service of volunteers.. We recognize and foster the reciprocal nature of volunteering that the individual who volunteers is changed by the experience and subsequently, as an organization we have a responsibility to support and foster learning and skill development.. YCI will engage youth, individual, and professional volunteers, as well as groups who are looking to volunteer together.. YCI will be a leader in volunteer programming, providing a broad range of opportunities to committed and talented individuals who can make a difference in youth development.. Partnership:.. Partnership is a deliberate collaboration with actors similarly motivated to global youth development and/or international issues relevant to YCI s mission and vision.. YCI partners include  ...   value.. YCI believes that partnership is necessary to achieve enduring solutions.. By sharing and facilitating ownership of programs through partnerships, programs become sustainable by local actors.. Partnership also facilitates results that could not be achieved by a single partner operating alone and reduces duplication of efforts, which promotes a more efficient use of skills and resources.. Equity:.. At YCI, we strive to be an equitable and inclusive organization, rich with diversity, protecting human rights based upon understanding and mutual respect for the dignity and worth of every person.. Through our partners, volunteers and staff, YCI is committed to reducing inequality based on gender, race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sexual orientation, age or mental or physical disability.. Our support for equity is grounded in an organization-wide commitment to achieving an environment that is free of discrimination and harassment.. In striving to become an equity-focused organization, we will also work to eliminate, reduce or mitigate the adverse effects of any barriers to full participation in YCI programs.. YCI will develop a working policy to promote equitable access to community and development resources through our programs.. This policy will apply to our volunteers, our staff and our partners, both in terms of structures and programs.. Copyright 2009, Youth Challenge International..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Our Philosophy
    Descriptive info: Our APPROACH.. YCI believes that young Canadians and Americans have a meaningful contribution to make to international development and global youth development.. Over the years we have seen our youth volunteers become the leaders of non-profits and key contributors to society.. We have also seen local youth in developing countries become inspiring leaders and citizens in their own countries.. And we have seen the local NGOs we partner with become effective and sustainable organizations.. This is the heart of what we do.. How do we do it?.. By putting young Canadians and Americans together with  ...   understanding, youth energy and the spirit of volunteerism all combine to create a potent force for change.. But it's not a vacation.. - volunteers live under the most basic conditions in remote locations with little in the way of amenities.. And the work schedules can be demanding, challenging youth to tap into hidden personal resources to achieve results.. Nor does it end with their return to their home countries.. YCI is only the beginning of a lifetime of involvement in the critical issues that face youth in Canada, the United States and around the world..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Our People
    Descriptive info: Bryan Cox - Executive Director.. Bryan has 14 years of international development experience and has lived and worked in Africa, Central and South East Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and North America.. Bryan earned a BA in Business Administration from the University of Wales and a MA in Governance and Development from the Institute for Development Studies (IDS) at the University of Sussex.. He has had the opportunity to lead a diverse cross section of complex development, post conflict and humanitarian programs.. After 14 successive years of working with children and youth affected by poverty, conflict and natural disasters, Bryan joined Youth Challenge International as Executive Director in August 2008.. Prior to YCI, Bryan served as a Country Director for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) for eight years, implementing large-scale post conflict multilateral programs in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Azerbaijan and Indonesia.. Most recently Bryan was Director for the Consortium for Assistance and Recovery toward Development in Indonesia (CARDI) based in Jakarta.. Jane Baldwin - Director of Program Development.. Jane first became involved with YCI in 2007 as a volunteer in Stonetown, Zanzibar.. After working closely with women and youth affected by HIV, Jane developed a passion for global public health.. She went back to university to complete  ...   youth development.. She has lived in Canada, the Netherlands, Tanzania, Germany, South Africa, and Ethiopia.. Amanda Armstrong - Volunteer Program Coordinator.. Amanda has recently joined YCI as the Volunteer Program Coordinator and is very excited to support volunteers as they prepare to go on project.. A graduate of The Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario, Amanda specialized in entrepreneurship and has a passion for youth livelihoods, microfinance, and using business for social good.. Amanda realized her strong interest in international development and social entrepreneurship when she worked in Kenya in both 2009 and 2010 with Western Heads East where she assisted women s groups with the start-up of a community-based microenterprise.. Most recently she worked with YCI in Guyana as the Women's Entrepreneurship Project Officer where she launched a new women's networking initiative to train and support over 50 female entrepreneurs.. Amanda enjoys working with young people, learning about new cultures, and playing soccer everywhere she goes.. Adrienne Knowlton - Finance Manager.. Adrienne Knowlton has been YCI's Finance Manager since 1998 and has kept the organization's finances running smoothly.. She works as well for a number of other Toronto based non-profits and has extensive experience in financial management for the non-profit sector..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Our Board
    Descriptive info: YCI BOARD.. Stephen Brown - Chair and President.. Stephen is a management consultant and partner with Deloitte Consulting, where he specializes in supply chain and logistics strategy for Fortune 500 companies.. Shauna Houlton.. - Vice-Chair.. Shauna is the Director of Consumer Insights for Corus Entertainment where she is responsible for all primary research for their TV Sales Division.. Shauna was also a participant in Costa Rica, a Group Leader in Guyana and worked at YCI as the Youth Program Manager.. Kevin Thomason - Secretary.. Kevin Thomason, has worked in technology and marketing for companies such as Apple Computer, KPMG, Quarry Integrated Communications and recently as the co-founder of a leading technology start-up purchased by Google.. Kevin has helped to pioneer a Greenbelt Plan that has protected thousands of acres from development, has travelled extensively, and sits on a number of local and international Boards of Directors.. He has been involved with YCI in a variety of capacities since going to Guyana as a participant in 1991.. Paritosh Gambhir - Treasurer.. Paritosh is currently a Senior Manager at KPMG in Toronto Canada.. Paritosh started his career with KPMG in Zambia.. Steve  ...   includes Big Brothers and Big Sisters S.. O.. A.. R program, Loving Arms and Interim Place Women s Shelter.. Elizabeth was drawn to YCI as an opportunity to support an organization to inspire and enable youth to become involved in global development.. Elizabeth s other personal interests include running, the outdoors and travel.. Lindsay Page.. Lindsay Page is the Head of Public Mobilization at WWF Canada, and has worked in the public, private and not for profit sectors on engaging the public to bring about social change.. She lived and worked extensively in South Africa, where she worked on youth entrepreneurship and corporate social investment projects, and was a strategist at Manifest Communications, a Toronto-based consulting and marketing firm focusing on social issues.. Lindsay studied Commerce at the University of Windsor and International Journalism and Society at the London School of Economics.. Julius Tapper.. Julius is a senior finance analyst in the strategy group at TD Securities.. Julius volunteer experience includes helping launch a business skills and microfinance program in rural Kenya with Students for International Development: a youth-run NGO, where he currently serves on the board as the Finance Chair..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Our Board
    Descriptive info: YCA BOARD.. Stephen Brown Chair.. Bryan Cox.. Bryan has 14 years of international development experience and has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, North America, Central and South East Asia, and the Middle East.. He has had the opportunity to work on a diverse cross section of international programs in partnership with communities affected by poverty, conflict, and natural disasters.. Most recently, he was Director for the International Rescue Committee and the CARDI consortium in Jakarta, Indonesia.. Bryan joined YCI as Executive  ...   development.. Gwen Gainer.. Gwendolyn founded Teramark LLC, a digital marketing firm, in 2001.. She has more than 12 years experience performing all aspects of creating a full marketing campaign for organizations across a broad range of industries.. Prior to establishing TeraMark, Gwendolyn worked as the Food Logistics Coordinator and HQ Information Manager at ADRA International in Silver Spring Maryland.. Gwendolyn has a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cum Laude, from Andrews University with emphasis on Graphic Design/Illustration.. Scott Brady.. Profile pending.. Jeffery D.. Wright..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Our Partners
    Descriptive info: JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT YCI.. YCI occasionally hires staff in core management positions for our offices.. When we do have a position to fill we generally send out a notice to everybody who is signed up to our newsletter email list.. If you are interested in receiving notification, sign up for our e-newsletter.. We also generally post on the Volunteer Opportunities and More section of our website and external job board websites..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - News
    Descriptive info: NEWS.. #DoSomethingThatMatters Scholarship Available for YCI's 4-week project in Ghana!.. YCI is pleased to announce.. $1,000 scholarships.. for our.. 4-week project in Kumasi, Ghana.. YCI will award scholarships to three exceptional young Canadians aged 18-30 with a demonstrated commitment to their communities.. The scholarships are intended to offer young leaders with the opportunity to turn positive civic involvement into global action.. Since 1989, YCI has provided more than 3,500 youth with the opportunity to develop substantive leadership skills and create positive change in their global and local communities.. Read more about scholarship requirements and eligibility criteria.. YCI does Kilimanjaro.. And you can too!.. Are you looking for a Challenge? An adventure of epic proportions? At 5,895m above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro, in the Republic of Tanzania, is one of the highest freestanding mountains in the world and easily one of the most famous, with the snow-capped Uhuru Peak towering above the plains below.. This October, Youth Challenge International is offering a once in a life-time opportunity to Give Thanks by climbing Kilimanjaro for charity over Canadian Thanksgiving.. YCI s Climb to Give Thanks will bring together a committed group of individuals who will experience the challenge and exhilaration of climbing Africa s highest mountain.. Climbing Mt.. Kilimanjaro is one of the ultimate physical challenges, yet is also an opportunity to be inspired and to help change the lives of young people around the world.. Learn more!.. Help YCI Go the Extra Mile with Aeroplan!.. Youth Challenge International (YCI) launched it's second Aeroplan Mile Recruitment Drive.. Help YCI go the extra mile!.. YCI will solicit Aeroplan Mile donations from.. May 20th to June 18th, 203.. Learn more about our Aeroplan Mile Campaign and donate your Aeroplan Miles.. here.. Internship Positions: Youth Challenge International.. Youth Challenge International is looking for two enthusiastic and motivated volunteer interns to work in our Toronto Office starting at the end of March.. If you are interested in social development and looking to build your skills and experience, Youth Challenge International is a global youth development organization that promotes youth innovation to drive positive change..  ...   Matters: 3 Scholarships Left.. ">SCHOLARSHIPS EXTENDED TO SUNDAY SEPT 16th.. THREE SCHOLARSHIPS LEFT!.. Youth Challenge International (YCI), one of Canada s leading youth development organizations, is looking to award exceptional youth (18 35) with either a $1,700 scholarship towards participation in our 8-week volunteer placement in Tanzania or a $1,000 scholarship towards participation in our 4-week volunteer placement in Costa Rica.. What's your issue? What are you going to do about it?.. Youth Challenge International (YCI), one of Canada s leading youth development organizations, is launching a Global Action Grant program for Canadian Youth aged 18-35 interested in creating innovative solutions to youth issues in development.. Three $500 grants will be awarded to young people from across Canada to fund micro-projects that raise awareness about development issues at home (here) in Canada.. Click here for more information & how to apply.. Youth Ambassador Project in Ghana.. Youth Challenge International (YCI) is recruiting a team of five volunteers between the ages of 18 and 35 with diverse skills, experiences and backgrounds for a twelve-week focused youth development project in Ghana from January 7, 2013 to April 1, 2013.. This exciting opportunity will include a pre-project distance-learning program, followed by an intensive twelve-week placement in Ghana.. While in Ghana, you will work with YCI s partners to further the reach and relevance of their youth development program.. Recruitment is rolling for this project but is filling up quick! Check out our.. for more information.. Youth Innovator Projects 2012-2013.. Youth Challenge International (YCI) is currently recruiting Youth Innovators for a variety of individual and small-team partner capacity building projects in Tanzania and Ghana during 2012-2013.. Gain experience working directly with YCI staff and partners to implement CIDA programming objectives and improve your project management and implementation skills while working in an international context.. This year, YCI is looking for individuals ages 21 and older with education and/or minimum 1 year professional work experience in the following sectors:.. Marketing and Communications.. Financial Management.. Proposal Writing.. Human Resources.. Website Design and IT Experience.. Small Enterprise Development.. Gender.. for more information about these exciting opportunities!..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Development Program
    Descriptive info: Our Approach to Youth Development.. YCI s Key Methodologies.. for Youth Engagement.. There are over 1.. 8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 living in the world today.. This represents the largest global youth cohort in history.. With roughly 89% of youth residing in the developing world, young people make up well over half of the national population in many countries.. It s a big group and it s growing!.. Despite their sizeable presence, youth are a surprisingly underserved and under engaged demographic.. Young people increasingly face challenges that are universal- few opportunities to contribute to their community s development, rising unemployment rates, difficulty in accessing education, mounting health concerns and the degradation of their environments.. In response to these challenges, YCI s programs are focused within four key sectors that address the needs of developing country youth:.. Livelihoods.. | In the developing world, employment prospects are extremely limited for young people.. The International Labour Office estimates that 88.. 2 million young women and men are unemployed globally, accounting for 47% of all unemployed persons.. YCI addresses global youth employment challenges by supporting young people in earning a sustainable living.. YCI achieves this by providing basic livelihood and employability training to  ...   who are healthy are better equipped to contribute to their communities today and in the future.. For this reason, health is a central issue and is connected to all other considerations in supporting this demographic.. And with nearly half of the world s inhabitants under the age of 20, health programming and services targeted towards youth represent an incredibly large contribution towards addressing key global health challenges.. YCI delivers education, prevention and support services that focus on the most important issues affecting young people s health today: sexual and reproductive health, family planning, HIV/AIDS (the first cause of mortality in youth worldwide), malaria, tuberculosis and substance abuse.. Environment.. | Natural resources for future generations are depleting - however, those that will manage this crisis in the future tend not to be engaged in the environmental decision-making forums of the present.. YCI believes that youth not only have vested concerns in tomorrow s resources, but also have a responsibility to be part of managing them today.. YCI works to engage youth in education, advocacy, policy and work projects that reflect the environmental interests and concerns of young people.. Our projects address key environmental issues such as water and sanitation, recycling and waste management, sustainable agriculture and conservation..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Development Program
    Descriptive info: YCI's Key Methodologies for Youth Engagement.. Peer Education and Mentorship.. Peer education utilizes an already established means of sharing information and young people tend to identify with their peers and consider them to be credible sources of information.. It is also a highly effective means of disseminating and engaging where access to conventional methods of education and engagement are non-existent.. Peer education is an empowering experience for all involved; lending credibility, and creating empowerment and role modeling opportunity for the peer educator as well.. In addition to this, peer education can result in strengthened impact assessments, as local youth collaboratively assess their situations.. Edutainment.. YCI recognizes edutainment as a widely accessible and interactive medium that engenders specific socio-cultural attitudes in engaging, expressive and informative exercises that are uniquely youth based.. From drum circles, hip hop and dance in Tanzania, to role playing and theatre programming in Guyana, YCI continues to develop exciting new models for youth engagement through edutainment programming.. Technology, Popular Culture and Multi  ...   also implemented multi media production, such as short film and small scale documentary projects, as a cross-cutting theme throughout our volunteer placement program.. Workshops and Conferences.. YCI workshops and conferences help to support expanded access to information and skills training; providing opportunity for stakeholder gathering and networking, as well as creating professional prospects for local specialists and community leaders.. YCI takes a participatory learning, action and appraisal approach in an effort to support community assessment on a mass scale while disseminating relevant information throughout our conferences and workshops.. Sport.. YCI uses a strengths/assets based approach to youth engagement.. Organized sport is often one of few previously established youth activities available where other organized youth activities are not.. Sport has proven an effective means of youth engagement for YCI; promoting inclusion amongst youth and helping to address discrimination and marginalization for reasons of gender, religion, ability, ethnicity and disability, as well as providing an avenue for leadership, life skills and advocacy training through teamwork and collaboration..

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  • Title: Youth Challenge International - Development Program
    Descriptive info: Our Global Partners.. Central America: Reto Juvenil Internacional (RJI).. Reto Juvenil Internacional (RJI) is a non-profit Costa Rican organization, which was officially registered in 1994 - though initial project work began as early as 1991.. To date RJI has implemented more than 200 environmental and community projects, engaging over 2,000 international volunteers in the process.. Winner of the nationally recognized Contributions for the Quality of Life Improvements Award in 2005, RJI works to support community initiatives that contribute to community growth, while also promoting the personal development of youth volunteers through their solidarity-driven participation in community projects.. Ghana: ENACTUS.. ENACTUS Ghana (formerly known as SIFE), headquartered in Accra, is an international organization that brings together student, academic and business leaders with the aim of ensuring young entrepreneurs gain the business and success skills necessary to become socially responsible business leaders.. Through its three focus areas of Community Development, Youth Professional Development and Entrepreneurial Development, ENACTUS Ghana partners university students with corporate and business leaders to apply business concepts in developing community outreach projects to improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need.. Since 2000, ENACTUS Ghana students have implemented over 250 community outreach projects.. Ghana: Entrepreneurship Training Institute.. The Entrepreneurship Training Institute, founded in 2005, offers professional education and skills training in a variety of areas of entrepreneurship.. The Institute, located in Accra, Ghana, ensures that entrepreneurs seeking to start new businesses learn to apply modern and sustainable business growth and enhancement techniques.. Ghana: Ghana Coalition for NGOs in Health.. The Ghana Coalition of NGOs in Health (GCNH) is a not-for-profit civil society organization established in 2000 as an umbrella and coordinating body of activities of all registered local NGOs/CBOs in the health sector in Ghana.. It currently has a membership of over 500 registered member organizations with regional branches and offices in all the 10 regions in Ghana.. The objectives of GCNH are to foster networking and information sharing among local health NGOs, provide the platform for carrying out evidence-based advocacy campaigns, empower member organizations to deliver standard public health services in communities, as well as mobilize and manage resources from and on behalf of donor agencies.. Guyana: Youth Challenge Guyana (YCG).. Youth Challenge Guyana (YCG) was incorporated in 1990 after YCI s inaugural project in Guyana and has become a nationally acclaimed leader in youth development and HIV/AIDS.. YCI has partnered with YCG for its entire history and much of YCI s future success in all countries can be attributed to the relationship with YCG.. YCG programs include HIV/AIDS education and counseling, skills training, gender equity, literacy and the expansion of peer education networks in remote areas.. YCG is a strong sustainable organization with a long history of involvement with YCI and with youth volunteers, having involved over 1,000 youth to date.. Tanzania: Kivulini Women  ...   Incorporated, is an education centre located in Arusha, Tanzania and is YCI s newest partner organization.. Founded in 2009 by Caroline Goody and Emma Wagner, the Umoja Centre s mission is to create a centre that encourages independent thinking and empowers young people to create change in their lives and the wider community.. The centre currently works with approximately 80 students who come from extreme poverty and have had minimal access to education.. Students at the Umoja Centre participate in a year-long program to learn vital skills such as English, computers, business studies, and personal development, in addition to organizing community activities and initiatives about relevant local issues.. Tanzania: ZANGOC.. ZANGOC (Zanzibar NGO Cluster) is a Non-governmental organization established in 1996 that strives to build collective efforts in combating the HIV/AIDS pandemic.. ZANGOC is comprised of 30 HIV/AIDS organizations of which 10 are youth-serving and draws its members from the two Islands of Pemba and Unguja.. ZANGOC s vision is of strong, committed and dynamic member organizations that effectively fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Zanzibar.. The member organizations of ZANGOC are working on youth and HIV/AIDS programming and related youth employment and advocacy in Zanzibar.. YCI has been working with ZANGOC since 2005 and has extended their capacity to deliver programs at a larger scale.. Tanzania: Zanzibar Youth Forum.. The Zanzibar Youth Forum (ZYF) is a civil society youth organization solely registered and dedicated to the empowerment, advancement and capacity building of the young people of Zanzibar.. ZYF serves as a platform to advocate for the rights and empowerment of youth.. ZYF strives for true democracy and human rights through lobbying and advocacy, information sharing, organizing workshops, symposium, seminars, and enhanced cooperation with national and international youth issues.. Ghana: YMCA Ghana.. The YMCA of Ghana was founded in 1890 and its mission is to bring positive change to the lives of young people and to make them useful and productive citizens.. The YMCA of Ghana is headquartered in Accra and operates in 77 communities in 8 of the 10 Administrative Regions in Ghana.. YCI has partnered with the YMCA of Ghana since 2006, training 50 Ghanaian youth as HIV/AIDS peer educators and reaching over 4,000 local youth through HIV/AIDS and employability training activities.. Uganda: Uganda Youth Network.. The Uganda Youth Network (UYONET) has seven full-time staff, as well as local volunteers.. They lead a consortium of 15 registered youth community-based organizations, and multiple other associates in 17 districts throughout Uganda.. UYONET s programming is focused on four themes: governance and human rights, youth, environment and climate change, economic empowerment and institutional capacity building, as well as capacity building with partners.. YCI launched its partnership and first pilot project with UYONET in 2010.. UYONET has also received funds and partnered with the UN democracy fund, National Endowment for Democracy, African Youth Trust and others..

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