Twenty First Century African Youth Movement (AYM) empowers and mobilizes Africa’s youth through employment in technology, agriculture, education, ecotourism, entrepreneurship, and the arts. It is currently tackling Sierra Leone’s post-civil war youth unemployment challenge by developing the talent and skills of 15-35 year olds to create self-sufficiency, economic stability, community prosperity and social progress to establish long-term peace. AYM plans to expand its country-level support in Liberia, Ghana, and Gambia by the end of 2019.
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AYM envisions a Stable, Peaceful, and Economically self-sustaining Africa with hope and opportunities for youth in […]
Educate and employ youth in agribusiness, ecotourism, technology, and the creative arts.
60 percent of young women and men between the ages of 14 to 35 are unemployed, […]
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