With the disruption of education and closure of schools by the corona-virus pandemic, school-going children especially the marginalized have been the hardest hit. What can be more threatening when educational outcomes for these marginalized groups are already poor?
At YEFL-Ghana, we’ve been enormously fortunate to be part of the review of the National Youth Policy since 2019 led by the National Youth Authority. The journey has been sturdy deep, but we have remained steadfast to it.
YEFL-Ghana has delivered training to 300 unemployed youth to become enterprising individuals using its time tested entrepreneurship boot camp manual. The training was under the auspices of the Youth Life 2.0 Project implemented jointly by Catholic Relive Services, YEFL...
Youth Empowerment for Life (YEfL) is to roll out a ‘One District, One Library Campaign’ to complement government’s efforts towards ensuring quality learning outcomes especially at the basic education level in the Northern Region.