DEADLINE – AUGUST 31, 2017.
The Conveners (2030 Youth Alliance) of the African Youth Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (Ghana), the National Youth Authority (Ghana) and the African Monitor (South Africa) with support from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP Ghana) is organizing the maiden African Youth SDG Summit in Ghana.
The goal of the summit is to provide an open and inclusive platform for young people in Africa, SDG Achievers, African Governments, Development Partners and the private sector to dialogue and address pertinent issues affecting the youth. It is also meant to help develop innovative ways of ending poverty, unemployment, conflict and combat climate change in the African sub-region. The summit is envisaged to be an annual event aimed at elevating the African youth voices and to create a community of purpose for co-generation of ideas and awareness on the SDGs.
THEME: “Youth as Drivers of Sustainable Development,”
Location: African Countries
Network with over 250 participants across Africa
Exchange ideas and knowledge on sustainable development
Certificate of participation
Tour to Kakum National Park
Young people between 15-35 years from all over the world
Involved in community development initiatives or work with Non-Governmental Organization
Interested in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Eligible Regions: Open to all