WHO WE ARE
YETT is a youth networking organization committed to the full participation of young people in sustainable development through advocacy and capacity building of youth and youth organizations in Zimbabwe.
We exist primarily to serve the youth and youth organizations and to ensure that the youth are involved in all aspects of development without resorting to violent means.
A just, inclusive and prosperous society where young people fully participate and lead in sustainable development.
A youth networking organization committed to the full participation of young people in sustainable development through advocacy and capacity building of youth and youth organizations in Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe Youth Act : an alternative youth empowerment instrument for real and meaningful development
Youths in Zimbabwe are defined as persons between 15 and 35 years of age. This age range is stipulated in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and is also congruent with the continental definition of youth as defined in the African Youth Charter (15 to 35). Zimbabwe is a...
Young people constitute the majority of the population in Zimbabwe and this means they have an important role in fighting the spread of COVID-19. This article explores the role that young people can play in fighting COVID-19 within their homes and communities. Above...
In 2015, the world’s leaders made seventeen promises to be delivered by 2030 to the future generations in form of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also called Agenda 2030, which are a clarion call for action by all countries both developed and developing to...