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Hope Now for the Youth in Development

Respect for life Exemplary life styles Determination & Commitment Transparency, Accountability & Responsibility Civic Participation: Livelihoods and Employment: Sexual and Repr

Presence in: Uganda
Focus: Livelihoods

Hope Now for the Youth in Development (HNFYD) is an independent non profitable organization with no political or religious affiliations, formed in 2014 under registration MAR/15/018.

We work for the following:

We provide vulnerable and marginalized youth with nutrition, psychosocial support, education and vocational training to put them on a path to a self-sufficiency and success.

  • We improve access to health care and health education for marginalized and vulnerable communities to better lives and livelihood prospects.
  • We create social stability and awareness on reproductive issues, HIV / AIDS and other related adolescence issues.
  • by Creating avenue for advocacy for human rights, peaceful resolution of conflicts and sustain socio-economic development among the marginalized communities.
  • We advocate for a society whereby children and youth with disabilities have equal rights and opportunities for growth and development.
  • Improved access to education and psycho-social wellbeing of marginalized

Hope now for the youth in development page 4women, children and youth.

  • Increase household income through self-help projects hence eradicating household poverty among the victims of armed conflict and marginalized communities.
  • Unconditional release of the children and youth by the Lord’s Resistance Army.
  • We help poor and marginalized women and communities develop sustainable food supplies and income-generating potential through education training.
  • Prevention of the involvement of these children and youths in commercial sex activities, child domestic labour and other immoral activities.
  • To increase capacity in job creation and income generation.
  • We promote more cohesive considerate and creative individuals/societies with equal opportunities and rights for all.
  • Using community participation activities linked to the school to reduce discrimination against girls, including by supporting the return to school of young moth

People Associated With This Organization

Odoi Samuel

Hope Now for the Youth in Development
Joined January 2021
Interests: Livelihoods
Director/CEO of Hope Now for The Youth in Development.

Doing the following roles

Working with the Board, Director and Manager, Public Relations and Fundraising,
Maintain a Spotless Personal Reputation, Liaison between Organization and
Stakeholders, Leadership, Fund Development, Board Support and Development,
Financial Management, Human Resources, Operations and Technology, Programs and
Advocacy, Community Relations and Communication, Compliance and Best Practices

Am also an ambassador of Billion Child Foundation in Uganda.
The Billion Child Foundation provides philanthropists and corporate concerned about

• Transforming the appalling state of education provided by government school
• Ensuring that children born into disadvantage are able to optimize them
education and ultimately attend a tertiary institution, take up an apprenticeship
or join a meaningful in company training programme
• Reducing global poverty, inequality and poor social mobility
My responsibilities as an Ambassador:
•Familiarizing myself with the BCF mission, vision, and goals.
•Building rapport with the ministry of education and sports (MOES)
•Monitoring ministry feedback and escalating complaints.
•Tracking MOES preferences, metrics, and media campaigns.
•Brainstorming ideas and participating in training and workshops.
•Maintaining a positive image of the brand at all times.
For reference browse: www.billionchild.org
Am joining this network for collaboration reasons, as an organization, we have a lot of projects and activities that requires funds and technical no how(need for technical know how) so by working together will make our work smooth and easy.
Odoi Samuel is the network champion (main point of contact) for Hope Now for the Youth in Development.

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