Youth Alive prides in the Education for Life (EFL) curriculum as the backbone for foundational skills. This is an integrated training development model rooted in the social change theory. This model was designed using the Gerald Egan’s skilled helper work. It is adaptable for both in school and out of school groups. The model, therefore, seeks to move person(s), groups (peer support clubs/associations) and communities towards actions that lead to healthy and proactive lifestyles. Hard skills follow with focus on economic activities for both young men and women through Non-Formal Education with the support of vocational institutions and local artisans.
USAID Better Outcomes for Children and Youth (World Education Bantwana)
Youth Empowerment Through Agriculture (NCBA CLUSA)
East African Youth Inclusion Program (Heifer International)