Welcome to the CEO Desk I am Neftaly MalatjieSouthern Africa Youth Project is a company dedicated to providing solutions for the youth working with Companies, government institutions and the donor community.Driving this machine can be tiring and irritating as you need to fix it as well.When crafting this institution we had to answer 3 questions
- What are the problems out there: We have realised that in cities, townships and rural areas many young people faces lots of difficulties. They need solutions especially in fighting unemployment.
- How do we solve them: We need to solve the problem of unemployment by looking at other issues that exists that may affect us in reaching the goal. Solving that issue we need to look at a job-seeker, employer and the law maker.
- Who do we need: We are calling donors, government departments, international donors and corporates to join us in addressing Africa’s youth development challenges.
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