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The African Youth Development Foundation (AFRYDEF) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental development organization established in Nigeria in 1999 to mobilize resources and to promote and support sustainable youth empowerment and rural development initiatives in Africa .AFRYDEF has a collaborative approach, engaging all levels of society, including the vulnerable groups (youths, women and children) and decision makers. Specific programmes and activities: Improved Community Health Care Services (ICHCS) * Care for the Poor and Underprivileged Persons (CPUP) * Education for Life-long Empowerment (ELE) * Mobilizing Communities for HIV/AIDS Prevention (MCHP) * Sustainable Development for Poverty Reduction (SDPR) * Preventive Peace building and Conflict Resolution (PPCR) [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica...
NGOPEE FOUNDATION is a social profit organization is committed to advocacy of woman rights, sustainable program for rural area with highest premium on women, young boys and girls. Projects / programs are 1. Entrepreneurship programme for migrants and nationals 2. Connecting Sierra Leoneans entrepreneurs to the international market of Joint Venture partnership 3. On the role of human trafficking and the growing problems of failed returned asylum seekers 4. The organization undertake programme sure has sustainable reintegration development initiatives of return migrant seeker 5. Publicity and Awareness company on human trafficking prevention6. Sensitize Gender based Equality and Health Care 7. Trainings and macro financial for under privileged women and girls and unaccompanied single parents and framers ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
YMCA The Gambia organises international youth gatherings and supports several development projects in the country. [editors ilissAfrica]
AHI is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to improving the health of Nigerian adolescents. AHI works with youths, community leaders, policy makers, parents, state and federal government officials to design and implement innovative and participatory projects in education, healthcare and youth development, providing models that have been adopted and expanded by government and other civil society organisations. AHI’s work is supported with funds from grants and contract awards from international organisations. ... [according to site editor's information]
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