Discover the remarkable Education Support Program in Kazungula District, a collaborative initiative by The Youth Platform and Lamasat International Limited. Learn how this program is empowering vulnerable children and creating brighter futures.
Filling Gaps, Driving Change! We are excited to announce the launch of the Youth Led Advocacy Project (Y-LAP), aimed at enhancing healthcare quality, including SRH, HIV, and other services for adolescents and young people, especially in Chipata and Choma Districts.
Community-led monitoring (CLM) is an accountability mechanism for HIV responses at different levels, led and implemented by local community-led organizations of people living with HIV, networks of key populations, other affected groups or other community entities. The Zambian Youth platform
The Zambian Youth Platform with support from Global Fund through the Churches Health Association of Zambia (CHAZ) has continued to promote inclusive adolescent and youth empowerment through coordinated advocacy. Through the Integrated Health Services Project (IHSP), ZYP trained nine schools
AGYW through the youth constituency of the CCM were presented with an opportunity to attend the 2nd quarter GF-CCM meeting where they presented a position paper highlighting recommendations made by adolescents and young people at the Regional Adolescent Health Indaba
Based on the literature, the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs, a collaboration of 22 federal departments and agencies that support youth, has created the following definition of positive youth development (PYD): PYD is an intentional, prosocial approach that engages youth
Youth should have a lead role in promoting and presenting information about the program and the activities that will be offered. Recruiting youth and getting them to participate in programs and activities can be strengthened when their peers describe what
There are many ways youth can be involved in organizational decision-making structures and program development. Involving youth from the beginning of a project is ideal; suggestions about how and where youth can be involved include the following: Assess Needs assessmentAn
Youth involvement can benefit organizations and their programs as well as the youth themselves. Programs that are developed in partnership with youth are more likely to be effective at engaging the population and, therefore, to have a greater impact. Involving