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Youngstars Foundation

Africa's unique life changing youth organization

About Us

Youngstars Foundation is one of Africa’s unique, life-changing youth organization operating in Abuja, Nigeria. From a weekly youth club in a local barber shop in 1995, Youngstars Foundation is growing to emerge as one of the lead youth non-profit that is building young people and strengthening youth organizations involved in development programs in Africa.

Youngstars Foundation is now in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), and is registered with CAC Nigeria as Youngstars Development Initiative (CAC/IT/NO 21517) and in Ghana as Youngstars Development Initiative (G.21, 431).

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Youngstars Membership

Open to youth between the ages of 18 and 35

Would you like to be a part of us? Sign up today and become a member of Youngstars Foundation. Newly accepted members shall receive an acceptance email and begin to enjoy full membership benefits.

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