Archives for July 2012

YEA 2O12 Host Committee Check in.

YEA Team checks in

YEA HC Checks in

Today the Host commitee checked in at Ridah Hotel in Mukono at 12:30pm

to make final touches for the assembly which is officially starting tomorrow

( Wednesday 1st August) with the arrival of delegates from Uganda, Kenya,Norway

and Tanzania to the venue.

 Finally YEA-2012 is  here…………watch the space.
World changers are here to Colour their World!

Delegates for the YEA 2012 jet in

YEA and ELIMU Delegation

YEA Delegates and Mengo ELIMU team to travel to Norway in Sept 2012

Some delegates for the YEA 2012 conference jetted into the country from Rjukan. The group will work first with the partner school in Uganda, Mengo Senior School to polish their project activities.  They also attended a Parents’ orientation meeting at Mengo in which parents and guardians of students from Mengo who will be traveling to Norway in September were briefed about the ELIMU Exchange Program.

The delegates will join other YEA delegates at Ridar on 1st August 2012.

 

 

Has the UN lived up to our expectations?

“We the peoples of the United Nations,  determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, [..] reaffirm [our] faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women  and of nations large and small, … have resolved to combine our efforts to accomplish these aims” Preamble to the Charter of the United Nations

Article 1: The Purposes of the United Nations are:

  1. To maintain international peace and security,….
  2. To develop friendly relations among nations ….
  3. To achieve international co-operation in solving international problems ….
  4. To be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations… Ref: Chapter 1, Charter of the United Nations

Question : Has the United Nations lived up to the expectations of its founders? What are the reasons for your answer? Share your opinion.

Small stroies

“Every story tells a lot”.
Never stop writing your story.
Every journey is filled with tiny stories
Small as it may be, it’s a masterpiece worth writing you never know what it tell the reader.
Big dream lie in between the small story lines.

“Small stories are  treasures”
So keep writing your story……………………..

If you can change your words, you can change the World……………….

If you can change your words, you can change the World……………….

Workshops for Youths

During the YEA Conference, there will be workshops for youths. These will be organised in small groups of 10 to 15 people, and will last between 4 and half hour – to 5 hours. The program shows when the workshops will take place.

There will be six of them as shown below

Workshop I: Dialogue and conflict management
Facilitator – Mohamed Komeja (Friendship North South)

Workshop 2: Theatre for change- Theme: Empowerment.
Facilitator – Camilla Victoria Hellern (Greveskogen upper secondary school)

Workshop 3: Peer Counselling – Theme: choices, sensitization, HIV/AIDS –
Facilitator – Olivia Mugabirwe (Makerere University & Peer link Initiatavive)

Workshop 4: Permaculture – Focusing community participation and action on Sustainable development
Facilitators – Mathews Mpofu – Rescope, Malawi together with Hassan Nur.

Workshop 5: Entrepreneurship
Facilitator – Mr. Timothy Mugerwa and one his students

Workshop 6: Media and dissemination.
Facilitator – Dotto Athumani & Maureen Agena

Planning Meeting at Mengo – June 2012

YEA Members in group Discussion

YEA HC in group discussions

The Host Committee had a planning meeting at Mengo Senior School in June and resolved on a number of issues. These included Speakers, Program, Places to Visit and invitations of the Guest of Honour.

Below are some of the photos from the meeting.

You can also download a copy of the minutes but a password is needed for that.

 

 

YEA Newsletter – 2nd Edition has been uploaded

Click to DownloadThe YEA Newsletter has been uploaded. Check it out here.

Over 90 Delegates Confirmed!

Host-Committee-June2012

Members of the Host Committee at Mengo

Over 90 people from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Norway have confirmed attending the  Youth Empowerment Assembly. The delegates were selected by their institutions after invitations were sent out by Friendship North/South and the Host Committee.

Click to See the list

 

Meanwhile, members of the Host Committee are putting final touches on everything. They are ready to go!!

YEA 2012