The Youth Hub Clubs is an all year program that runs in selected secondary schools and targets young people between the age of 12-24 around Uganda to instil resiliency, respect, discipline, cooperation, self-confidence, boost communication abilities, problem solving abilities, leadership skills, motivation to attend school and class confidence, enhance youth knowledge on SRH, and also boost their abilities in decision making.What we Do
This is a monthly program that runs within selected communities and specifically Kamuli road zone C. We are the protagonists of Climate Change. The only thing preventing us from tackling climate change is our slowness to act commensurately with the scale of the challenges, Engaging young people in sustainable development efforts is central to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals And, to averting the worst threats and challenges to sustainable development, including the impacts of climate change, unemployment, poverty, gender inequality and conflict.What we Do
We take the lead role in organizing the first ever Youth with Disabilities Marathon in Uganda. The Marathon is a one-day event organized under a different theme each year and it is intended to collectively bring together people with disabilities and key stakeholders in their diversity to share and reflect on advancing rights of people with disabilities. The marathon conducts a youth opportunity fair to provide young people with disabilities with critical information on existing opportunities including trainings, careers and livelihood programs. We also identify and showcase examples of concrete alternatives of engaging young people with disabilities to lead positive change in their own communities and reduce unsocial behaviour. The marathon is a platform to inspire and strengthen young people with disabilities inclusiveness as they are a big segment of the country`s population.What we Do
The mission of our Dreamers’ Hub is to contribute to the improvement of lives of the underprivileged young men and women in selected ghetto communities through provision of sustainable life skills. We believe youths need to be equipped with skill sets which can help them not only to become great citizens of society but also to become catalysts of change.What we Do
It is not about the big and expensive solutions, it is usually the small but creative steps that make a big impact that is why we use creative tools like Music, Dance, Visual Art, fashion and Sports to give young people power to create change in their communities since they are strong mobilization and collecting tools and they also promote self-expression and community awareness.What we Do
The Annual Creatives Festival will provide a rare and timely opportunity to spotlight gaps that can be filled to advance the rights of young creative artists in Uganda. The festival will further highlight the creative and innovative work that young people are doing in their communities to address unemployment and build their livelihoods, and we will strengthen creative exchange approaches for involving youth in peace and community building. The festival will bring together creative young people in disciplines not limited to Music, Visual Arts, Photography, Fashion, Design, Digital Arts, Film/Video Art, Literature, Theatre, Dance and Poetry/Spoken Word.