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The common issues in all participating countries is the inactivity of young people to participate in the activities and decision-making process. The analysis of the youth work in all involved countries shows that youth is not interested to be active, to take part in the activities, to exploit possibilities, they are not interested to co-develop society they live in and they lack soft skills, needed in the economy. In that mater youth workers need new skills, knowledge to address those challenges. On this basis, the main purpose of this project is to integrate elements of motivational approaches and recognition of learning outcomes into youth work.

Analysis of the Questionnaire After 1st International Training of Youth Workers in Malawi

As part of the 4YOUTH project in Africa, an international project training was conducted in Malawi between 7 May 2022 and 14 May 2022. The training took place in a hybrid way, so participants could participate physically or via ZOOM. The training was focused on the...

Testing Methodology in Bulgaria

In today's world, how do young people build social and life skills? How can learning be an interesting and fun process that boosts their confidence? How can interaction with other young people generate ideas and unlock their potential? How young people can be more...

Testing Methodology in Slovenia

From 11 July 2022 to 16 July 2022, a training for young adults on active participation of young people in society took place at the Celje Youth Centre. The training was attended by 10 participants from the EU countries of Spain, Greece, Italy and Slovenia. We tried...

Youth Farmers Field Day Tanzania

Youth farmers field day Tanzania On 13th June, 2022 and 15th June, 2022 AMSHA Institute conducted a youth farmers field day itwas two days on hand training that was conducted in 2 districts of Lindi region. Youth farmersfield day was a participatory approach to...

Youth In Agriculture Talk Show Tanzania

Youth in agriculture talk show Tanzania Youth in agriculture talk show this was a community radio programme facilitated by AMSHAInstitute the dialogue was aimed at increasing awareness and knowledge on agribusiness to theyoung people in Lindi region, to keep the...

Training in Malawi

We had our project training in Malawi from 7.5. until 14.5. 2022! We had a really good and productive training which we did in a hybrid form, because some of the participants couldn't join us in Malawi, so they were with us on ZOOM! During the week we did some...

URBACT – Tool kit for youth participation in urban policies called

There are many different models of participation and many different ways in which young people can get involved. No single solution is suitable for every city’s circumstances.
The partners in the Young Citizens Project created a Tool kit for youth participation in urban policies called “URBACT”
Read more about it here: https://urbact.eu/sites/default/files/import/general_library/YCP_Toolkit_ENG.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3Vuj9i1MO8XvTGD3R_C_S18xhY_TRsQSB63P6Z0gYqGibS-fz6ndM-28k

Youth participation – tool kit

Here, you will find a great example of introduction to the concept of youth participation, methods and activities which will help you explore this subject, as well as a collection of other resources that might be helpful when dealing with youth participation. Click...

Online meeting with 4YOUTH partners

On Wednesday, February 10, 2021, we met online with the partners of the 4YOUTH project. The aim of the meeting was to review the current work on the handbook, which we prepared in recent months. We have also discussed the ongoing situation in every organization regarding the pandemic. Our further work will focus on creating a handbook, we will add the missing chapters next month and finalize the final draft.

Due to the Covid -19 pandemic, we had to ajdust to the situation, so we had our meeting with our project partners online. We talked about the how we will adjust our project regarding the situation and about preparing a handbook for youth workers.