The EAC Commonwealth Youth Leaders sharing meeting was specifically steered by the youth and
supported by WFD under the guise of the Commonwealth Partnership for Democracy. The youth were
given the centre stage in this particular meeting first because they have shown interest and readiness
to advocate for issues that they feel should be addressed to achieve the ACDEG Agenda and secondly
due to the fact that in East Africa the Youth form the majority of the population and as such if any
sustainable development is to be realised, they have to be at the fore front in championing the course
bearing in mind that most issues be it governance or economic empowerment, it is the youth who are
Grant writing is the process of completing applications for financial grants, which are non-repayable funds, provided by
organizations such as government departments, corporations, and philanthropic foundations
This training for grant writing workshop was designed for leaders of youth-led community organizations including organizations
with youthdisabilities in Mwanza.
The East Africa Youth Leadership Summit,* abbreviated as *YouLead* has carefully selected *Green Livelihood for Century Development,* abbreviated as *GLCD* as a host organisation of The National Youth Symposiums 2018 in Tanzania.
The YouLead Secretariat has competitively selected country Tanzania-Introduction-Letter-edited.pdf level youth led and youth serving organisations who could mobilise and work with national youth members of parliament, national councils and government ministries responsible for youth and East African affairs.
The 2018 Summit is being organised by *the MS-Training Centre for Development Cooperation* and *the EAC Secretariat - department of Political Affairs.*
Entries are welcomed for the 2018 MAMA BONNIE WALTERS ESSAY COMPETITION FOR MWANZA SECONDAY SCHOOLS. This program is organized by Green Livelihood for Century Development (GLCD) and Sponsored by MAMA BONNIE WALTERS FUNDS. Green Livelihood for Century Development, which is abbreviated as GLCD, is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-religious and non-economic oriented organization formed in 2015. GLCD acquired the Certificate of Compliance under the NGO Act of 2002 in 2015 with Registration No. 00NGO/08274.
The theme for this year’s contest is “Youth for Change.” This Program is an activity of the GLCD for National Action Programme (NAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).
With this theme, we have made some certain categories as mentioned below:
Young Lawyers Foundation coordinated 1st African Youth Conference Energy and Climate Change on 20th - 21st August ,2015 ,which brought together more than 17 different nationalities in Kunduchi Beach Hotel - Dar es Salaam under the theme Inclusion of Youth Voice in COP21 and Beyond for Sustainable Development. The conference resulted to many youth related initiatives in climate change and energy sector across the region and alert to the governments and other stakeholders on youth innovation support and engagement.
2ND AFRICAN YOUTH CONFERENCE ON ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
Young Lawyers Foundation coordinated 1st Africa youth conference Energy and Climate Change in 2015, which brought together more than 17 different nationalities in Dare s salaam under the theme Inclusion of Youth Voice in COP21 and Beyond for Sustainable Development. The conference resulted in many youth related initiatives in climate change and energy sector across the region and alert to the governments and other stakeholders on youth innovation support and engagement. Last year’s conference resolutions were shared with several stakeholders including the governments, United Nations and presented during the conference of youth COY 11 in Paris.
It wasn’t too many years ago when the scientific evidence shows the climate change impacts due to uncontrolled human activities and on other hand the world has reported to have a global warming in its different natural features, but also the degradation activity brought by the population which needs to sustain their life like tree cutting for burning charcoal and fire wood, this was among the many reasons which make us to be interested not only to show you people the natural features we have but also to collaborate in preventing them from pollution and degradation, through planting the trees along the Lake Victoria.
Bonnie Walters believes that education is the most important thing a person can do to make their life better. She was born in America in the state of California and moved to Alaska when she was 5 years old. Her mother was a school teacher so education was always a very important part of her life. Her biggest interest in school was science and after graduating from high school she went to college at the University of California, Santa Barbara where she earned a degree in Biology.
Entries are welcomed for the 2016 MAMA BONNIE WALTERS ESSAY COMPETITION FOR MWANZA SECONDAY SCHOOLS. This program is organized by Green Livelihood for Century Development (GLCD) and Sponsored by MAMA BONNIE WALTERS FUNDS..