Welcome to the most precious view on Africa – with people-powered solutions, coaches and partners for global schools and travellers to unite their forces with rapid multi-faceted impact – for youth, parents, education, journalists, mayors and Living SDGs in Action. Enjoy! And PARTICIPATE in making it awesome!
A few words on this very special African venture
Hiyah, great to see you here.
We are very grateful for the timely opportunity of launching this with dynamic YL Project Partners nurturing multi-faceted Youth Leadership ventures in most extraordinary settings … permaculture ending poverty without need for money, machines, poison or aid, progressive village schools, Africa’s first Quidditch League – yes! – turbulent post-Apartheid regions, small countries in transition, youth crews in the place no one wants to swap with – refugee camps …
Their example of getting things going with nothing fires all of us to #bemoreawesome and wield our enormous untapped powers. They are also the BEST stories, witnesses and partners to engage with schools, conscious journalists and countless caring ciitzens.
Our two-pronged approach of reporting on existing model solutions while producing fresh success stories through YL-induced youth-led action with potential to spark ripple effects is super exciting and rewarding.
You can find out more about our African Youth Leadership Coaches Skhumbuzo, John, Karim, Sumaili, the girls crew, Luwayo and others, and how to swiftly help achieve big important milestones at BoostClub.org
Our African changemaker crews are very inspired by these fresh perspectives and look forward to global partners to activate the potentials. I hope that you are equally enthusiastic and join in.
What can I say but this officially is the time to #bemoreawesome
Eric, YL Captain
“We are ready to take action to create a sustainable future with YL!”
Check out the boyz’ new hip hop video on permaculture!
We have a girl leadership crew in Africa’s biggest refugee camp ready to work with schools and you!
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A soft call from the African Bush to protect our magnificent grand wildlife
The goal of this program is to alleviate poverty, create jobs and prevent the country from an ecological disaster.