We are currently working with 8 youngsters between the ages of 16 and 19, who have defined their “life project” with the help of our team. Our youngsters are enrolled in university and study a wide range of inspiring subjects. Additionally, they organize monthly activities developed from university education which allows them to grow personally and to generate growth in their communities. We work together with their families to improve family relationships and encourage dialogue as a tool for communication and conflict resolution.
According to the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (Unfpa), “when young people can claim their rights, they can constitute a powerful force for economic development and positive transformation. However, when there is not enough investment on them, they are highly vulnerable. “