Phase 3 covers young people, whom we follow until they have completed an education, typically in their midtwenties.During this phase, we enable the young people to take care of their own lives.
We empower youth organisations to play an active role in the promotion of their rights and influencing political decisions that affect themselves and their lives. Through peer education, we provide information about the sexual rights of young people – including female genital mutilation, birth control, early pregnancy and early marriage.
We give the young people a chance of vocational education, apprenticeship, microcredits and help them start their own business.
Relevant education and a job can pave the way for a good and financially sound future for the young people, their families and the local community
Phase 1: Early childhood
Phase 2: Childhood