“To work with partners and communities to promote meaningful young peoples’ participation in the socio-economic and civic well-being for community transformation.”
“A world where citizens are empowered to engage peacefully and effectively for the sustainable development of their communities.”
Twezimbe Women Group working area
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Last year, the Network for Active Citizens in partnership with Dreamtown, a non-governmental organisation, taught youth, who came to be known as... .../Read More!
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The Youth Go Budget Android App is one of the tools that NAC in partnership with UYONET is using to mobilize and organize youth to meaningfully participate in budgeting processes and stimulate grassroots-led accountability, create platforms where youth and youth leaders can dialogue with the local government to ensure that economic/fiscal policies and budgeting processes are pro-youth, gender sensitive and sustainable.