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Africa GYACN

African delegates at the Global Youth Summit on Anti-Corruption in Brussels and other interested partners

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Latest Activity: Jan 11

What curses Africa? It resources or peoples

Poverty, Hunger, Conflicts and Wars including HIV/AIDS are the things people of the World know about Africa. In recent years they know us because of football as the world cup would be hosted in the country of Nelson Mandela.

Why do we say the country of Nelson Mandela? If all the problems above keeping taking a toil on African peoples it is as a result of grave corruption and bad governance we notice in this rich continent. Our resources be them natural or human sometimes are referred to as curses not because they are actually such but because people say they are the sources of the strife and misery.

This is not true. The real curses in Africa are its people, not its resources. Because as a corrupt people, there is no way we can turn on the button of general interest against individual interest. It is also not true to say it is the African people who are the curses, but more true is the fact that it is just some few individuals in our countries within this continent who are actually the problem and curse...because of their attitudes and actions favouring corruption and promoting bad governance...

Discussion Forum

CHALLENGES OF THE YOUTHS OF SOUTH WEST REGION CAMEROON

Started by Arrey Mourel Ayake Jan 11. 0 Replies

The   S.W Region is one of those Historic and reputable regions in Cameroon that has molded talent to raise this country through its leadership skills ,e.g the former O.A.U SG,PRIME MINISTERS ,yet…Continue

Be part of UNICEF's work on social accountability and children rights

Started by GABI WAMBO LAURENT Jan 10. 0 Replies

Hello dear African GYACers and happy New Year to all, We are very interested in learning about young people or GYAC organizations that are doing interesting field work on social accountability and…Continue

Tags: rights, youth, accountability

Let Develop Common Action Project

Started by Wurie Mamadu Tamba Barrie. Last reply by MUDIMU ZEKIYA Apr 19, 2013. 15 Replies

Dear Colleagues,My name is Wurie MT Barrie working for Restless Development. I wish to sell an ideas for common action for Africa as the trend of Governmance and electionairing process is taking…Continue

Tags: Project, Action, Common

National Workshop on the Bangkok 14th IACC restitution in Cameroon: GYAC-N is fully part of it.

Started by GABI WAMBO LAURENT. Last reply by Wurie Mamadu Tamba Barrie Jul 1, 2011. 2 Replies

National Workshop on the Bangkok 14th IACC restitution in Cameroon: GYAC-N is fully part of it. Scheduled for January 06th, 2011, the National Workshop on the Bangkok 14th IACC restitution in…Continue

Tags: Cameroon, restitution, Bangkok

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Comment by MUTHAKA ILOT Alphonse on June 1, 2010 at 5:16pm
African youths should cease to be considered as leaders of tomorrow but we have to be leaders now...
Corruption musn't end without our struggle, let's go on it...
Comment by Frederick Fussi on June 8, 2010 at 4:39pm
Dear GYAC, I'm glad to be part of this global youth network. Its my expectation that this forum established through GYAC will put a long term strategic direction against corruption in African countries and worldwide in particular. For the case of African countries corruption seems to have the same root causes, thus a collective effort towards its prevention should be put in place in critical, analytical and constractive ways for the sustainable development.
Comment by Linh Le on June 9, 2010 at 5:17pm
This is a link to African Governance ranking piece on the Financial Times. Check it out!

http://media.ft.com/cms/387985a8-724f-11df-9f82-00144feabdc0.swf
Comment by Foday Ahmed Sillah on June 10, 2010 at 7:07pm
Dear GYAC I believe we young people in Africa particularly and the world in general should hold the mantle of leadership in the fights against corruption. If only we are to eradicate corruption, then we have a vital role to play in making Africa a corrupt free society.
Comment by Gerald on July 1, 2010 at 2:39pm
Pauline,
I am sorry I have been out of Uganda- in Ethiopia. I couldn't get time to respond to you because I has been having very very busy weeks. I think the draft looked fine. I hope you could have moved to the next stage.
Let me know how you are going. Very sorry indeed.
Gerald
Comment by Foday Ahmed Sillah on July 8, 2010 at 1:45pm
Dear member,
I will like to inform you that i have not been contributing to this network regularly because i was bereaved, I lost my dad but now on i will be communicating and cvontributing to it regharding the proposed Africa Conference.
Comment by MUTHAKA ILOT Alphonse on July 8, 2010 at 3:09pm
I am sorry, i know what it means to loose a father. my fingers are closed in compassion with you. in connection.
Comment by pauline wanja on July 8, 2010 at 4:44pm
Greetings!
Foday i am sorry for your loss and take heart.Welcome back to the Network.
Comment by pauline wanja on July 8, 2010 at 4:46pm
Gerald!

I am sorry for the delayed response but i will getting back to you soon as i get a few things clarified.
Comment by Gerald on July 8, 2010 at 5:21pm
Fody, sorry for the loss. Trust Lord, he is on your side always

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