The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) is the U.S. government’s signature effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders. Nearly 1 in 3 Africans are between the ages of 10 and 24, and approximately 60 percent of Africa’s total population is below the age of 35. YALI was
launched in 2010 to support young African leaders as they spur growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhance peace and security across sub-Saharan Africa.

The YALI Network is an online extension of YALI that provides members with invaluable opportunities to connect with other leaders in their community and to learn from experts in their field. Explore this page to learn more about the YALI Network and all the ways you can be involved

What You Can Expect

NETWORKING

Join an international ecosystem of young changemakers, including like-minded individuals, corporates, and successful entrepreneurs.

VOLUNTEERING

To build capacity, you need to engage in community based projects where real life humanity problems are solved by young minds. Volunteering create that sense of responsibility with leading and following strategic plans.

MENTORSHIP

Gain access to insights from industry experts and professionals. With actively participation in community project, you learn how to solve real life problems

OPPORTUNITIES

People like to work with people they trust, with your involvement and engagement, we will profile, commend & recommend your ability. Showcase what you do, who you are and let the world see.


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The Yali Kano Initiatives

ILearn

YALI KANO HUB runs a leadership development PROJECTS for members to helps them identify or clarify their core values, beliefs, goals, step out of their comfort zones, strengthen their leadership skills, make meaningful career transitions, and make a difference in their schools and communities.

ICONNECT

With the monthly hangout, members connect professionally, personally, build relationship within the community, there are several opportunities for participants to connect with other in a relax, creative and inspiring environment
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ILEAD

Members have incredible capacity to champion change in their schools and communities. Through “LET THEM LEAD” the Ambassadors go through an experience that ignites their social consciousness and strengthens their desire to give back to their communities. They are encouraged to identify problems in their institutions and communities and take up opportunities to lead and make a difference.

iVOLUNTEER

YALI, one of African leading voluntary organizations focused on leadership development for youth, entrepreneurs and corporate organizations with training programmes and activities across the region is hiring. Our mission is: To inspire, empower and equip a new cadre of African leaders by providing the skills and tools for personal, organizational and community transformation.

Venue:Arewa Technology Hub 1st floor Butale info Tech beside NYSC State Secretariat Gwarzo road Kano.
Phone number:08168292642
TRAINING PACK (ACCESS CARD) pick up day: Saturday 31st Oct. & Sunday 1st Nov. 2020
Pickup Time: 2pm - 5pm daily
Come along with your Admission letter issued to you & any means of identification. Also new registration can pick up their admission letter while they can pay for their training pack in cash/bank transfer of 3000 only as late registration fee

Mandela Washington Alumni members
Regional leadership cohort fellows members
Yali network Kano executive members
Steering committees members
Project committees members
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