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We envision an Africa where the youth are deliberately developed to reach their fullest potentials, and actively leading the continent to sustainable peace, good governance, development and prosperity.

Why Become a Member of Youngstars Foundation?

Youngstars Foundation is a non governmental, non religious and non partisan youth organization that builds young people and strengthens youth organizations to effectively participate in nation building processes with focus on leadership, democracy and entrepreneurship. This campaign recognizes youth as persons between the ages of 18 to 35 years as stipulated by the Africa Youth Charter.

Our Membership Benefits Includes:

  • Receive our Newsletters.
  • Discount on Youngstars paid programs.
  • Access to Information relating to organisational operations.
  • Opportunity to do a 3 months Internship with us.
  • Access to working space twice a week (2hrs per day).
  • Get notification of Youngstars up coming events, campaigns and challenges.

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Responsibilities of our Members

Participate in all Youngstars Foundation campaigns
Take part in our challenges
Recommend Youngstars Foundation to a friend

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