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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 10:59
(An extract from ZOYIP Newsletter)
Zimbabwe Organization for the Youths in Politics (Z.O.Y.P) Programs Manager, Jasper Maposa was one of the participants at this year’s Youth Leadership and Development Program, popularly known as the Winter school.
The winter school is administered by Youth Empowerment and Transformation Trust (YETT) to capacitate the young promising leaders to be innovative in finding lasting and sustainable solutions for the problems confronting the youths and their communities a large.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 10:50
Sustainable Partnerships with Young People key to sustainable development.
Young people will inherit the world tomorrow, but they are already changing it today as they are a wellspring of ideas for innovation.
It has taken the world up until this year, for the world to realize what Youth Empowerment and Transformation Trust (YETT) has been trying to convince society to realize that young people are today’s thinkers, problem-solvers and catalysts for peace.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 10:47
Wisdom is not putting two and two together to make four: that is fine knowledge which is not bad, but it is not good enough. True wisdom is having the ideal knowledge on what goes on around you, why and how it happens. If possible, and where necessary, you have to participate and make your voice count in the things that benefit you as a young person with a future ahead of you.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 10:35
Need for a youth representative on the Zimbabwe delegation to the UN General Assembly
Participation in decision-making is one of the key priority areas of the United Nations agenda on youth. One form of youth participation at the United Nations is through the inclusion of youth delegates in a country's official delegation to the United Nations General Assembly and various functional Commissions of the Economic and Social Council as well as the appointment of a Special Advisor for Youth.
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 13:35
At the age of 23, Pamela Zimunya is probably the youngest traditional decision-maker in the history of Zimbabwe. After being appointed Headwoman for Chishakwe Ward 15 in Makoni, four years ago, she has managed to stand the test of time as she continues to influence decisions in her community. Our Information Officer, Itayi Usaiwevhu, recently caught up with her during the recently held YETT intergenerational dialogue in Mutare ? This helps us flag out our work and put the interview in the context of our work! ) to discuss about her “tenure” in the office.
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