26th – 28th April, 2017, Abuja, Nigeria.
Can Your Youth Organization Meet The Standards?
Even in the Nigerian social development arena, things are changing! In a clime where development partners are steadily raising standards, demanding for more professional corporate culture and higher development deliverables, what gives you the advantage? What makes a youth NGO high preforming, steadily relevant, regularly funded, sustainable and professional? Do you really want to find out?
Then join us at Youth Organization Capacity Building School Season 5, a 3 days capacity building program for youth organizations and individuals who desire to increase professionalism and impact.
- Creating a high performing and sustainable youth organization
- Developing and implementing high impact and relevant projects
- Writing winning proposals and gaining funding
- Understanding media and social visibility concepts.
Day 1 – Institutional building
Day 2 – Fundraising and program implementation
Day 3 – Trends, Growth and Sustainability
Presentations. Lectures. Practicals. Group Work. Tasks. Challenges. Pitches.
Faculty comprises seasoned and experienced facilitators from civil society and development world.
Youth aged 18 to 35, involved in youth organization or interested in starting a youth NGO.
Registration Fee: N15,000 only. Members of Youth Coalition for Capacity as at 10th March, 2017 enjoy 20% discount.
- Download Assessment Survey
- Download Application Form
- Submit Assessment Survey and Application Form to email@example.com
OR click here to Apply Online
Deadline: 21st April, 2017.
Transportation, Accommodations and Meals:
Participants are responsible for their transportation and accommodation. Lunch shall be served daily at the program.
Special take away: All participants shall get a free copy of “How to “series, a 7 booklet handbook for building vibrant youth organizations.
For more inquiries call 07035535876.
Youth Organization Capacity Building School is an initiative of Youngstars Foundation.
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