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YouthHubAfrica guides youth on 2023 goals

The YouthHubAfrica, pro-youth firm in Nigeria, has urged youths to find a way to work on setting goals and attaining results this year. In its…

The YouthHubAfrica, pro-youth firm in Nigeria, has urged youths to find a way to work on setting goals and attaining results this year.

In its year-end outlook, the firm said, “It is okay not to have any new goals for the year, especially if you did not take action on the ones you set for 2022.

“You do not have to abandon what you are building in 2022 just because of the New Year. For those who already have goals for 2023, that’s perfect.”

The hub said: “We would love to hear what you hope to accomplish in 2023. Because our focus is centred on young people and how to position them to take centre stage for Africa’s sustainable development, we are consistently looking out for ways to empower them.”

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“For this year, the hub has outlined the programmes that youths should expect to take part in. They are:

“1. Media internship programme – This will train 15 young people in 21st-century media skills. On completion of the programme, trainees are placed on a 6-month internship in host organizations, after which over 50 per cent of interns are absorbed as staff in the organization.

“2. Knowledge management series – The Knowledge Management Series (KMS) focuses on capacity building, knowledge empowerment, and mentorship sessions with internationally renowned individuals).

“3. Peer educator training – Training young people to educate others on their sexual and reproductive health. 

“4. Summer boot camp for young people on digital skills, and many others.

 

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