A total of 10 UYONET member organisations benefited from the UYONET Youth to Youth grant to support their day to day youth advocacy and governance work.
Youth After School Initiative was facilitated to mobilize 120 young people to engage in civic awareness on tax justice and conduct one public dialogue to provide platform for civic interaction and political accountability, and so far it has reached a total of 241 youth,
Bugisu NGO Forum facilitated to sensitise 100 local citizens on their rights and responsibilities, Train 80 youth councilors in their roles and responsibilities, and enhance the capacity of 20 CSOs to conduct civic education at LG level.
ADYOFU was facilitated to train 50 newly elected youth leaders at sub county and district level in lobby skills and develop the capacity of 60 ADYOFU youth groups and 28 individual members in implementation and promotion of the NYM.
Amaro Youth Development Network was facilitated to conduct capacity building training for 20 newly elected youth leaders, conduct a district young leaders’ summit of 30 people and conduct one management forum of 30 people.
Kawempe Youth Center was supported to procure one laptop to boost the ICT department, one reception desk and to print and disseminate promotional material to popularise the ICT services at the center. KYC has been able to reach a total of 198 young people due to the improvements in the facilities.
Network of Youth Organisations in Wakiso was facilitated to empower 50 youth leaders to actively participate in main streaming democratic processes, reach 45 women and youth leaders and provide them with a platform to fully engage with their communities,
Kagoma Youth Development Network was facilitated to orient 50 youth leaders from the lower councils in their roles and responsibilities, popularize the National Youth Manifesto among 40 youth leaders in Jinja District and conduct an AGM of 20 participants.
Action for Youth Development was supported to enhance capacity of 30 youth leaders in debate and public speaking and popularize the NYM among 100 youth.
TUA Uganda planned to induct 20 youth leaders in their roles and responsibilities, conduct one advocacy forum for young people to demand accountability from their local leaders.
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