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Youth Day

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Collaboration on themes that matter to youth on 16. June 2021.

On Youth Day, the 16th June we participated and collaborated with Michelle Baker, Food-4-Thought NPO and the Wortelgat Outreach Trust sparking conversations about how the youth of today can become game changers in our communities and leaders of today and tomorrow.

We want to support young people in our community and the surrounding areas. We want to listen to their needs, to support them in these, and to take note of their dreams and visions for their future.
We wish to offer programmes to cater for the needs expressed by young voices in our region, where there is currently so little support for them.

If you wish to take part in supporting the next generation; offering your skills and resources to build capacity. please contact us if you want to get involved

Thank you Food4Thought, Wortelgat Outreach Trust and Michelle Baker for the collaboration.

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