We use the concepts of shared learning, coordinated advocacy, community informatics and non formal learning to promote community driven development and citizen led accountability for effective participation, decision making , policy formulation and legislation for sound and non tokenistic youth empowerment.


Our approach is anchored on the regional OAYOUTH STRATEGY: AFRICAN YOUTH ARISE



OAYouth’s programmes are centred around key objectives as unifying forces of activism across the continent.


The African Youth Arise is anchored on three strategic action points:


  1. Mobilisation

Motivate, inspire and mobilise young people to participate in nation building.


  1. Unification of Youth Activists

Unify the fragmented voices and programmes of youth in communities, country and continent.


  • Empowerment

To initiate projects that empower youth economically, socially and politically.