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Sedarvp-Ghana Organizes a Career Guidance Workshop For Students Of Tiyumba M/A JHS.

Sedarvp-Ghana on Thursday the 7th of October, 2021 organized a sensitization workshop for final year students of Tiyumba JHS on carreer guidance and educational options. Tiyumba M/A Junior high school is one of the popular public schools in Tamale with over 300 students and pupils. The school has all the strands of the basic school system ranging from creche to …

Sedarvp-Ghana Undertakes Community Empowerment Programme at Zoggu

Sedarvp-Ghana, which drives for positive change through community engagement undertakes a duo empowerment programmes in Modern Agricultural Practices and Adolescent Education and Menstrual Health at Zoggu community in the Naton District of the Northern Region of Ghana. Engaging the services of our UDS social change and communication department Interns, namely Mr. Abdul-Wasir Mohammed , Ms. Rukaya Kpeb , Mr. Yussif …

SEDARVP-GHANA Holds Local Youth Consultation Workshop

SEDARVP-GHANA an NGO in Ghana on the 24/07/21 held a workshop at the Tamale Technical University on its smock project under the Youth Social Entrepreneurship Education for All with Moodle (YSEEAM). The program brought together the Executive Director of SEDARVP-GHANA, Mr. Abukari Shaibu Niendow Director of Research, Mr. Alhassan Rabiu, volunteers and 25 participants from various social and organizational background. …

SEDARVP GHANA joins in commemorating International Earth Day

In commemorating the International Earth Day; NacPACC, Forestry Commission in Collaboration with SEDARVP GHANA, jointly celebrated this year’s International Earth Day at Kunyivilla Primary School, located in the Sagnarigu District,Tamale. April 22, 2021 marked the 51st anniversary and annual celebration of the International Earth Day. This year’s theme for the celebration was ‘Restore Our Earth’. Many organizations, as well as …

Community-based Youth work and Sustainable Dev’t in EU and Africa

community based youth

The project targets local communities in Italy, Turkey, Greece, Kenya, Senegal, Zambia, Ghana, South Africa and Togo. In all Sub-Saharan and South African countries involved, young people are affected dramatically by poverty, poor health status (many are HIV positive, orphans), exploitation, violence, including poor opportunities for education & professional development, stigmatization, social exclusion & deviance. According to UNHCR, in 2019, …

“Inclusion on Stage” Project

INCLUSION ON STAGE Project

The project “Inclusion on stage” aims to design learning methodologies for inclusion of youth with fewer opportunities sector through intercultural facilitation methodology based on theatre of the oppressed which enable development of participants level of competences and increase their participation in society. OBJECTIVES Combining the formal education concepts with the non-formal theatrical methodology Combining non-verbal communication methods (theater, drama, mime) …

Innovative Youth for a Sustainable Entrepreneurship

innovative youth

This project focuses on social and sustainable entrepreneurship to create a community of young people who can shape a better world for them and future generations. Including 3 European and 3 African partners working in the topic with NEETs and young people with fewer opportunities, the project responds to the need of engaging youth workers and young generations from different …

Youth Workers United towards an Intercultural Citizenship

Youth workers

African, Latin America and European societies are nowadays increasingly multicultural and an Intercultural Learning approach becomes more important every day to provide youngsters – in particular those with fewer opportunities – with relevant competences in order to be active in their communities, to be fulfilled in the labor market, satisfied as human being. This is why the aim of this …

YSEEAM: Youth Social Entrepreneurship Education for All with Moodle

yseeam project

YSEEAM takes roots on the threshold of an approaching Fourth Industrial Revolution in which automation and massive digitalisation is predicted to radically alter the status-quo relation between trainers- trainees, youth workers – youths and their place in the learning process; as well as the future’s changeable Skills Demand. Entrepreneurship – Analytical thinking – Leadership and Social Influence are predicted by …