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Youth unemployment continues to be a developmental challenge in Malawi where at least 7.52% of youth, aged 15 -24, continue to be unemployed and the Government is grappling for solutions to fix this statistic. The Centre for Youth and Development (CYD) has been focusing on self-employment as part of their
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Elness Simwera, in the video, is one of many students that recently graduated secondary school, who learned Computer Studies and accessed offline education resources, through the donated computers that we provide to school programs in Malawi, in partnership with The Turing Trust. Elness Simwera shares her story studying ICT We are beginning to see
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Excited to announce the opening of a Lilongwe office with effect from 1st october 2020. This is in response to demand for our programs especially from schools in the region who have been coming forward to partner with us on the Improving Access to ICT Program.  Centre for Youth and
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The virtual signing of MOU between CYD and MSA On September 22, at 10:00 PM in Seattle, Washington and September 23, 7:00 AM in Mzuzu, Malawi, both the Centre for Youth and Development (CYD) and Malawi Seattle Association (MSA) met virtually to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the organizations. Both the CYD
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Caitlin Wieja is an e-volunteer for World University Service of Canada (WUSC-EUMC) as the Digital Communications Advisor for the Centre for Youth and Development (CYD) in Malawi and started August 21st. She will be volunteering for 4 months and will help implement communication strategies and social media management to develop
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