The Ghana Youth Manifesto is a comprehensive compilation of youth policy options and proposals to place youth issues and perspectives at the heart of Ghana’s development agenda, and thereafter form the basis for national youth policy.
It contains the views, aspirations, perspectives and issues of youth, and covers most aspects of contemporary youth development issues, taking into account internationally agreed frameworks such as the World Programme of Action for Youth and the African Youth Charter. The Ghana Youth Manifesto is the outcome of young people’s interconnected efforts and those of various stakeholders in youth development in Ghana.
Therefore it is owned by a broad constituency of youth from all parts of the country. It is a non-partisan document.
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Given the prevailing situation of insufficient documentation of youth and youth-serving organisations and their activities, and inadequate collaboration, networking and information exchange among them, the ‘Directory of Youth Development Organisations’ seeks to provide a one-stop point of information and a much-needed source for collaboration and exchange of information among actors in the same field.
The lack of a comprehensive and credible directory tends to undermine the importance of national networking and the need to increase collaboration. The directory is developed through collaboration with relevant stakeholders from civil society, government, and the international development community.
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Scripts Of The Top Five Winners Of The SDGs Youth Essay Competition 2019.
- Yolanda Danso Amankwah, St. Louis Senior High School, Kumasi.
- Regina Koranteng, Mfantsiman Girls’ Senior High School, Cape-Coast.
- Caroline Kyeremateng, Anglican Senior High School, Kumasi.
- Chleo-Patra Azantilow, St. Louis Senior High School, Kumasi.
- Joshua Ogyemoko Baleto, Achimota School, Greater Accra.