Due Date: February 28, 2019
Calling youths leading modification in East Africa! Applications are now open for Ashoka Africa Young Changemakers (AYC) Program2019 This chance targets youths aged 12 to 20 who have actually determined an issue, showed management, team effort and effect within their neighborhood.
Ashoka thinks that youths have the power to be lead changemakers within their neighborhoods. All they need to do is offer themselves consent to resolve the issues they see in their neighborhoods. However they are not simply calling out to youths. To resolve these issues, youths likewise require assistance from society– their moms and dads, instructors, peers, and other adult allies.
For This Reason, Ashoka East Africa is presenting the search and choice of Ashoka Young Changemakers in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Sudan. If you have such a story to share and are in between 12 to 20 years of age think about getting this chance.
How It Functions
Ashoka Young changemakers (AYC) are thoroughly picked youth, 12 to 20 years of ages, who are good example changemakers and wish to be co-leaders with us. 20 Young Changemakers will be picked throughout Africa to form the inaugural of Ashoka Junior fellows. This group of 20 will then belong of a worldwide delegation who will be united to form the AYC international group and assemble throughout the month of June.
To be qualified for this chance, the young adult will need to show that they have an initial concept, formed and led a group, show management and effect and are ethical leaders within their neighborhoods.
This chance is open to youths who:
- Are in between ages 12 to 20
- Are from Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South-Sudan
- Have an initial concept and have the inner drive to establish it into truth. “Their concept, Their Action, Their Effect.”
- Youths who offered themselves consent to develop modification.
- Lead society to a much better future, which needs extremely imaginative setting goal and how-tos.
- She Or He must be either scaling their concept or in the procedure of duplicating their present service to other places and putting others in charge.
To find out more, see Ashoka Africa