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South Africa : Organization of African Youth

Mission Statement
A difference that makes sense

Visit their site: www.oayouth.org

HeadQuarters: 101 Main Centre, 23 Main Avenue | Florida | 1709 | Johannesburg | South Africa
Organization Contacts
  • Telephone: +27 11 472 0467
  • Email: mordekai@oayouth.org
  • Contact Person/Office: Mordekai Chikambure Shumba
  • Title/Division: President
  • Fax: +27 866 299 418

  • Telephone: +27 11 023 4260
  • Email: benjamin@oayouth.org
  • Contact Person/Office: Benjamin Esau Mkono
  • Title/Division: Secretary General
  • Fax: +27 866 299 418

Organization Details

The Organisation of African Youth (OAYouth) is the youth platform for information exchange, forum for debate on African issues and a network of future political, corporate, academic, literary, religious and traditional leaders in all African contexts.

African Youth Charter recognises youth as people between the ages of 15 and 35

OAYouth will be recognised as the sole umbrella organisation of all independent minded African youths. It stands parallel to African Union, representing African Youths on any summits where policies affecting the continent are convened.

OAYouth is the perennial network of Africa's young people, encouraging common thinking and understanding on issues affecting the continent. Furthermore, the organisation encourages unity of non-partisan African people committed to democratic thinking and radical change in matters of governance and to vocally oppose the culture of dictatorships in Africa.

For further information please visit:

Website: www.oayouth.org

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/group.php?gid=217014011581&ref=nf

Twitter: www.twitter.com/oayouth1

Or write to: info@oayouth.org;

We realize that our destinies as African young people are shared. We cannot inherit a continent savaged by HIV/AIDS, conflict, dictatorship, and racism, lack of basic health, jobs and education. We confront these issues through bold and intelligent advocacy, volunteering to do good in our communities and through working with organizations like UN, Care, World Vision, etc. We seek to be involved in policy making on any summits of World and continental bodies, where we shall represent the youth of Africa.

You can join as a member, if you are between 15 and 35, on Facebook and/or on website: www.oayouth.org. If you are older than 35 and support our activities as youth, please feel free to join as well. Membership is absolutely free.

Our time is now. We can work together, as united youth, to get the best of what Africa can offer, but we at least have to take the first step. This is it.

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