In recognition of this month’s Youth Skills Day and August’s International Youth Day, we want to highlight some of our recent youth programs. Follow along with this page and social media (Facebook, Twitter) for all of our updates.
Day Five: MSI’s Youth Practice Area
MSI continues to hone our worldwide reputation for designing, implementing and supporting positive youth development initiatives. Read more about our youth practice area here.
Day Four: New Masala Theatre Productions, Zambia
New Masala Theatre Productions in Ndola, Zambia uses a creative outlet to raise money in order to increase local awareness about HIV/AIDS. This program allows the community’s youth to use their skills to generate change.
Day Three: Pride Community Health Organization, Zambia
The Pride Community Health Organization was established in Kafue, Zambia in 2003 in cooperation with USAID. The organization provides community-based HIV/AIDS services focused on educating and engaging the local community.
Day Two: Roan Youth Development, Zambia
MSI’s capacity building partner, Roan Youth Development in Luanshya, Zambia creates school-based HIV/AIDS programs in order to teach the community’s youth about the disease and its progression. The programs, developed in coordination with USAID, are working towards a more sustainable HIV/AIDS response.
Day One: MSI’s Internship Program
It’s World Youth Skills Day! Youth make up an important part of any population and are a crucial part of international development. In recognition, we’re highlighting some of MSI’s youth programs. First up, we want to mention our Internship Program. We certainly value all of our hardworking interns and the skills they bring to their jobs!