African Youth initiative Network - AYINET

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African Youth initiative Network - AYINET

African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET) is a network of African Youth movements, organizations, activists and individuals who are committed to cause changes in the current unequal opportunities in political, social and economic in Africa

Website: http://www.ayinet.or.ug
Location: UGANDA - AFRICA
Members: 20
Latest Activity: Apr 29

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Changes brought by NGOS

Started by Ameny Daniel May 24, 2009. 0 Replies

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Comment by VICTOR OCHEN on March 17, 2012 at 11:28am
Comment by Salih Hassan Suliman on October 23, 2010 at 3:20am
let all of us support the right of the nation of South Sudan for independence and liberty to enhance peace and development in the whole region .
Comment by VICTOR OCHEN on October 22, 2010 at 2:06pm
Hey Folks, as you all could be knowing that Uganda and South Sudan are getting into elections which could lay the foundation for the legacy of a truly peaceful countries/region if they are conducted in a manner that is beyond reproach. As alway, AYINET believe that as youth we can contribute to this dream by helping to ensure the most impartial and non-partisan elections process that will help establish a stronger democracy and country, no matter what will ultimately be the outcome. Is there anyway you wana join this efforts? Please contact me as soon as possible on victorochen@yahoo.com

Cheers
Comment by Kilanko Adeolu on October 22, 2010 at 1:39pm
Greetings all,

I am from Nigeria, working with an Organization called Center for Democracy and Development. My organization is at the forefront of the fight against inequality in all sphere is in Nigeria. We are currently sensitizing Nigerians on the need for free, fair and credible election as the country is preparing for its general elections come 2011. I am willing to learn from the experience of others on the network as well as share lessons from Nigeria with all.

warmly,
Comment by Luka Paulino Morbe Gore on October 11, 2010 at 10:58am
Good day!
I'm from South sudan, i have pleasure to be part of the
site, we in South Sudan are almost to separate from North sudan
Due to disparities in Socio-Economic, Geo-politic that make the people
of South sudan to separate.
Comment by Salih Hassan Suliman on June 23, 2010 at 5:01pm
Its my pleasure as an African first and as a development practitioner to join this group . I have been to Uganda in exchange visit for the master-crafts programme implemented by UNIDO in Uganda .
Comment by Cynthia Davis on June 16, 2010 at 5:13pm
I am working on a project to help rebuild in Southern Sudan with three of the "Lost Boys of Sudan" I am also sponsoring some of the children from the village to come to Uganda for education. I would love to tell your group about the documentary film, "Rebuilding Hope" an inspirational story about these men. Also they are in Uganda right now trying to follow up on the childrens' educational program. Would love to know more about your network.
Comment by Patrick Kamotho Githinji on November 16, 2009 at 8:40pm
Hi hallo we would like to join your network,we in Kenya have Bunge la Mwnainchi which addresses core issues partaining to governance,social democratical and historical issues,with a similar networks we would establ;ish a force to change Africa.
Patrick Kammotho Githinji
human Rights Defender.
Comment by Carole St. Laurent on November 2, 2009 at 10:17pm
Friends,
I agree work on the ground and through local actors is most important. I have some connections/experience in Uganda, but primarily want to hear from you as insiders who can educate me as an outsider.

Carole
 

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