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African-German Youth Initiative (AGYI)

A group photo with Deputy secretary general  of ministry of Youth , Culture, Arts and Sports  during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
A participant contributing during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
Participants hands on hands with TYC Mentor for North South Volunteer when was sharing her experience during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
Participants taking note during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
A participant sharing his experience during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
Participants exchanging ideas during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
 
Participant taking note during the review of trainers guiding manual which was held on 18-19 June 2019 in Zanzibar
A group photo with Hon. Jenister Mhagama Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office during the CSO's forum
The Tanzania Youth Coalition (TYC) Director Mr. Lenin Kazoba welcoming the participants just before the Lead-Facilitator Dr. Andrew Method explained the ground rules of the Forum

Participants asking  questions for clarification regarding   TYC work  and with a perspective on knowing how they can be of support.

 

Mr. Lenin Kazoba(TYC Director) giving   opening Remarks during the CSO's forum

The NEEC Executive Secretary Mrs. Beng’i Issa Mazana  making some remarks during the opening ceremony  of CSO's forum on youth exchange and volunteer programs

Hon. Jenister Mhagama Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office presents the Government’s views regarding youth exchange and volunteer programs during the forum which organized and convened by TYC.

Manafi Lugombe from wajibika in Mpwapwa Dodoma gives a vote of thanks to the Minister

Participants listen carefully as Mr.fredrick Semainda from TYC presents the finding of the mapping of youth exchange and volunteer programs

Mr.Oswald Karadisi gives the NEEC remarks regarding the youth exchange and volunteer programs in Tanzania

The OCODE representative Mrs. Martha making a presentation of how exchange programs have increase the capacity of her organization

From the right side is Mr.Lenin Kazoba the Director of TYC, Ms. Anna Elisha Mghwira the Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner and Ms. Hajra Mungula the TYC Chairperson during Pan-African Youth Camp which held at Weruweru Kilimanjaro from 16th to 20th July
Photo by Richard Magumba

Ms. Anna Elisha Mghwira the Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner Sharing  the story of her Journey to the youth change makers during Pan-African Youth Camp at kilimanjaro  Photo by Richard Magumba

Ms. Anna Elisha Mghwira the Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner listening to the participant  from Kenya about her Initiative 

Ms. Hajra Mungula the TYC Chairperson emphasizing youth to come up with  innovative ideas during Pan-African Youth Camp at kilimanjaro 
Photo by Richard Magumba

Participant  from Kenya explaining her expectations about the event during Pan-African Youth Camp at Weruweru Kilimanjaro
Photo by Richard Magumba
Participant  from Sudan explaining her expectations about the event during Pan-African Youth Camp at Weruweru Kilimanjaro
Photo by Richard Magumba
Participant presenting her innovative idea and experiences during Pan-African Youth Camp at Weruweru Kilimajaro
Photo by Richard Magumba
Mr. Osward Karadisi, a representative from The National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC) answering a question during Pan-African Youth Camp.
Photo by Richard Magumba
Panel discussion session  during Pan-African Youth Camp
Photo by Richard Magumba

Youth Change Makers discussing different ideas during Pan-African Youth Camp at Kilimanjaro Photo by Richard Magumba

Ms.Beng’i Issa Mazana The Executive Secretary of National Economic Empowerment Council(NEEC), emphasizing the the youth  to work on plans that would bring success and changes to their lives and the community at large. During Pan-African Youth Camp
A participant from Burundi receiving a certificate of participation from Ms.Beng’i Issa Mazana The Executive Secretary of National Economic Empowerment Council(NEEC)
Participant having direct conversation with Mr.Lenin Kazoba The Director of Tanzania Youth Coalition and Ms.Beng’i Issa Mazana The Executive Secretary of National Economic Empowerment Council(NEEC)
A group photo in-front of  the tents with  Ms.Beng’i Issa Mazana The Executive Secretary of National Economic Empowerment Council(NEEC) 

Pan-African Youth Camp

“Recognizing the multiplying effects for the best practices in the context of youth exchange programs for sustainable development in Africa”

A participant from Tanzania receiving a certificate of participation from Ms.Beng’i Issa Mazana The Executive Secretary of National Economic Empowerment Council(NEEC)
At the high-table, from the left is M.Lisa Te boekhorst of DSJ , Hon.Sophia Mjema  the Ilala District Commissioner, Mr.Lenin Kazoba the Director of Tanzania Youth Coalition  and Mr. Volkmar Liebig of BKJ, during the  partner matching conference which was held on  2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba 
 
Hon.Sophia Mjema  the Ilala District Commissioner opening the partner matching conference  which was held on  2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
 
Mr. Osward Karadisi, a representative from the National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC) explaining how government works together with TYC on empowering young people in Tanzania during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
A representative participant of different organizations from East-African countries and Germany follow-up the instructions given by Moderator Mr.Andrew Method
Photo by Richard Magumba

 

A participant from Tanzania and Germany presenting idea after breakaway session during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba

Erick Crispin the project coordinator of African Germany Youth Initiative (AGYI) explaining about TYC with its responsibility on implementing AGYI in Tanzania.

Photo by Richard Magumba

Joyce Rupia of Engagement Global challenging participant to provide a word which is applicable in both Swahili and Deutsche during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018

Photo by Richard Magumba

At the right-side Mr.Beno Mbapila, a representative from the National Arts Council (BASATA) networking with participant from East African countries and Germany during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018

 Photo by Richard Magumba

A breakaway session during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
Participants networking during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
Lisa Te boekhorst from DSJ presenting about their organization during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
Chief Edward Makwaiya presenting about their organization during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
Lisa Te boekhorst from DSJ presenting about their organization during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
Participant networking during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba

 

Mr.Volkmar Liebig from BKJ presenting  about their organization during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba
Participant networking during the partner matching event which was held on 2nd to 5th August 2018
Photo by Richard Magumba

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

 

Workshop to Develop a joint M&E frame work for the African Germany Youth Initiative.

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

The AGYI Forum in Dar es salaam Tanzania OCT 2017

2015-2019

Partner: Engagement Global, Germany; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), Germany

Funded by: Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Germany

The African-German Youth Initiative (AGYI) has set itself an objective of promoting exchanges between young people in African countries and Germany as a political initiative set out under instruction from the Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ – Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development) and the African Union Commission (AUC).

Coordination with the AGYI is the responsibility of Engagement Global gGmbH – Service für Entwicklungsinitiativen. It is in contact with numerous stakeholders who carry out programmes and projects within the field of youth exchange and voluntary service in African countries. The AGYI is gradually developed together in close collaboration with such stakeholders in African countries and in Germany.

Benin, South Africa, and Tanzania were selected as pilot countries for establishing the African partner structure in which the AGYI has been collaborating with the civic implementation organizations Young Beninese Leaders Association (YBLA), Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA), and Tanzania Youth Coalition (TYC).

More information: www.youthinitiative.info
If you would like to read more about the goals of the Tanzania Youth Coalition and the expectations towards the AGYI, read the Interview with TYC Director Lenin Kazoba: https://daj.engagement-global.de/interview-with-lenin-kazoba-new.html