CAPE TOWN: In a positive response to the invitation of the Phandulwazi Education and Development Centre’s Youth Office of delegates from youth structures in Langa, Cape Town and surrounding areas to a meeting aimed at reviving the development of young people and to address the role of young people in the community and the nation Building, the initiative promises a new beginning.
With various youth structures, stakeholders and provincial authorities supporting the call to mobilize and organize young people to work together for their development and that of their communities and the country as a whole, an opportunity to kick-start youth development is arrival.
For example, the Western Cape Provincial Parliament (WCPP) which attended Langa’s meeting on Monday April 4 at Phandulwazi Hall, said its Public Education and Outreach (PEO) unit “aims to introduce the WCPP in the minds of the participants of our workshop so that they understand that there is a parliament in the Western Cape, its mandate and its function, as well as introducing the basic concepts of governance, and how the governance works in the country and in the province and, more importantly, how participants can become active citizens through participation.
“We do this through educational programs and outreach and engagement initiatives in partnership with various stakeholders across the province, including youth organizations and youth offices like the Phandulwazi Youth Office.
Additionally, WCPP noted, “We are currently in the process of populating our online database which we have developed so that we can share information relating to WCPP’s work to more stakeholders across the province. , and attend the session as networking. the opportunity to meet more youth-focused stakeholders.
WCPP had also asked the Phandulwazi Youth Bureau to assist in gathering information from stakeholders so that we could align the organizations present on the relevant WCPP standing committees for upcoming bills and debates on the bills before WCPP.
And the Phandulwazi Youth Desk Committee expressed gratitude to those supporting efforts to empower youth and communities.
The committee stated that the most important objective, in line with the vision of Phandulwazi, is to develop, nurture and train people, youth and children, families, businesses to become economically self-sufficient, create communities and to impact others, skills, knowledge, information, resources and a user. friendly networking nerve group for the intellectual, spiritual, emotional and socio-economic development of all people, so that we can all live happy, healthy, fulfilling and prosperous lives and realize our full potential in this life.
Therefore, Phandulwazi added, “We seek for all youth structures and stakeholders to network and share information, ideas and resources to build each other and each other.
Naledi Kids, a component of the Naledi Foundation, hailed the initiative which focuses on youth development and the role of young people in community and nation building.
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