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African Youth News: 25 May
Africa Day marks an important date in Africa’s developmental history. On this day in 1963, 32 African governments came together to create the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), a platform from which governments could together address Africa’s developmental needs. By the time the OAU was revisioned into the African Union, a total of 54 countries had signed on, sending a very clear message that Africa must work together to protect human rights, raise the standard of living, and ensure African sovereignty. In much the same way, the Africa YMCA 3.0 concept guides us into a united Africa YMCA future so that we are best able to create shared solutions and learnings that support and advance youth development on the continent.
Siyahamba, we are marching!
Why YMCAs celebrate Africa Day
When Africa Day was first established 53 years ago on 25 May 1963 it became a landmark moment in African development.
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Jeune africain, quelle est ton Identité ?
L’Agenda 2063 donne la vision de développement de l’Afrique. Document de référence, il déroule les actions nécessaires pour l’émergence de l’Afrique sur la scène mondiale.
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