Terms of Reference- Monitoring and Evaluation Officer/Technical Officer.

The Youth Network for Community & Sustainable Development is a youth-led movement catalyzing social change by engaging young people on critical sexual and reproductive issues affecting them and amplifying their voices to speak for Human Rights, through targeted advocacy to key players, capacity building and development, communications and media engagements, partnerships and programme implementation. We […]

Vacancy – Program Assistant

Integrating Sexual and Reproductive Information and Resources for Sustained Efforts to empower Nigerian Girls (Project INSPIRE). Terms of Reference- Programme Assistant. Introduction: Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Development (YNCSD) The Youth Network for Community & Sustainable Development is a youth-led movement catalyzing social change by engaging young people on critical sexual and reproductive issues […]

Job Vacancy – Communications and Advocacy Officer

Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Development (YNCSD) is a leading advocacy group of all youth bodies working to end all forms of violence against women and girls including harmful traditional practices in Nigeria. The Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Development is a movement catalyzing social change by engaging young people and amplifying their […]

JOB – Short Term Technical Assistance on Educational Curriculum Review on FGM/C

The Youth Network Against Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting now operating as The Youth Network for Community & Sustainable Development is a youth-led movement catalyzing social change by engaging young people on critical sexual and reproductive issues affecting them and amplifying their voices to speak for Human Rights, through targeted advocacy to key players, capacity building and […]

Ending FGM in Ebonyi State – By Onyinyechi Mbam-Ikokwu

Your name/ name of organization: Onyinyechi Mbam-Ikokwu, Community Officer with the Youth Network for Cummunity and Sustainable Development Where are you based? Ebonyi State Summary: Talk about your passion to end FGM/C in your community. Few years back I almost lost a dear friend to excessive bleeding following female genital mutilation. This experience left me […]

National Key Influencers Dialogue & Consensus Building For Stronger Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights Movements In Nigeria

Introduction: Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Development The Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Development is a youth-led movement catalysing social change by engaging young people on critical sexual and reproductive issues affecting them and amplifying their voices to speak for Human Rights, through targeted advocacy to key players, capacity building and development, communications […]

YOUTH POWER

“The power of youth is the common wealth for the entire world. The faces of young people are the faces of our past, our present and our future. No segment in the society can match with the power, idealism, enthusiasm, and courage of the young people.” – Kailash Satyarthi Young people aren’t just the leaders […]

Putting young people at the center of the campaign to end FGM in Nigeria

By Nnamdi Eseme Young people in Nigeria continue to be faced with the issue of female genital mutilation and its harmful effects. Despite calls by several activists that the practice should be abandoned, deeply rooted cultural practices still force young girls in Nigeria to undergo the practice. According to the World Health Organization, female genital […]

Job Alert – Technical Assistant (Support Staff)

We are the leading advocacy group of all youth bodies working to end all forms of violence against women and girls including harmful traditional practices in Nigeria.   The Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Development is a movement catalyzing social change by engaging young people and amplifying their voices to speak for Human Rights, […]

Knowledge Sharing workshop Orchid Project (KSW) Nigeria.

Project overview The Knowledge Sharing Workshop is based upon the ‘six elements for the abandonment of FGC’ developed by UNICEF using academic theory and lessons learned from such field experiences as Tostan in Senegal. These six key elements can contribute to transforming the social convention of cutting girls and encourage rapid and mass abandonment of […]