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Equilibrium Youth Association-Uganda is a Youth led Non Government Community Organization which fights against various sorts of stereotypes against youth in Uganda while promoting human rights and democratic choice of mind and decision amongst the young generation.
We are is affiliated to Equilibrium Youth Association, Canada.
Our Vision Living in a youth and young adult friendly and helping society.
To stop youth classification by forming a mutual understanding of each other and explore the numerous ways of helping youth overcome obstacles.
a. Support and Educate the Youth about their roles and responsibilities in Uganda for later life self- sufficiency by working with statutory and non statutory agencies.
b. Give the youth a sense of security needed to promote their sound growth
c. Supporting and sharing with the youth about their rights in society as citizens of Uganda according to the United Nations Human Rights
d. Promoting the health and well-being of the youths Uganda communities and working together regardless of age, ethnic origin, ability, sex, belief or political affiliation recognizing the value of our many differences
e. Involving both International and local people in improving the the lives and human rights of our youth Jinja, Uganda
f. Promoting talent and skills development among the youth through music, sports trainings, community recreation and play facilities.
g. We raise funds and receive contributions where appropriate to finance the work of Equilibrium Youths Uganda.
h. Organize meetings, training courses and events that involve sharing life experiences amongst the youth. Secondary objectives are to:
a) Establish community youth intervention programs.
b) Establish tunnel farms project for sustaining funds and job creation.
c) Establish programs for youths in our communities in Uganda