Global ChampionsWe work to change the lives of those who need it most.
We are a non-profit organization projected towards Youth Development and Skill Empowerment. Our organization is interested in the welfare, talents and skills of every African Youth.
We offer amazing Youth Development packages such as;
- Skill acquisition
- Business ideas
- Business start up
- Entrepreneurship development
African Youth Congress’ mission is to create a border-less, non-religious, non-political, and non-ethnic/tribal community where African youth can bond and stand together sharing ideas and support each other.
We aim to provide a holistic aspect of youth empowerment meeting common goals and opportunities across Africa.
The five crossed hands Stands for the 5 major geographical areas of Africa; West Africa, East Africa, North Africa, Central Africa and Southern Africa, while the Africa symbol that is placed in the middle of the hands stands for youth collaboration, team spirit, unity and love for Africa.
Each of the colors have meaning to compliment the vision and mission statement of AYC.
The gold hand represents wealth and abundance in Africa.
The green hand represents rebirth, regrowth, renewal, natural vitality of a new Africa.
The royal blue hand represents a mentality of superiority, royalty of Africa.
The red hand represents the strength, power and determination of the African youth.
The black hand represents the roots and heritage of Africa.
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In our goals, we have a belief system which is a platform to achieve the success of African youth.
(D + C + S + A = Y2YEA):
D – African Youth must DISCOVER other African Youth wherever they are and without regards to Country, Religion, Tribe/Ethnicity, Color, Class, Creed, or Political Affiliation.
C – African Youth must CONNECT with other African Youths wherever they are and without regards to Country, Religion, Tribe/Ethnicity, Color, Class, Creed, or Political Affiliation.
S – African Youth must SHARE ideas, experiences, stories and information with other African Youths wherever they are and without regards to Country, Religion, Tribe/Ethnicity, Color, Class, Creed, or Political Affiliation.
A – African Youth must ACT for the benefit of all Africans on the ideas, experiences, stories and information they received from their connection with other African Youth.
Most importantly, African Youth MUST ACT IN UNISON when they hear about injury or injustice against other African Youth regardless of Country, Religion, Tribe/Ethnicity, Color, Class, Creed, or Political Affiliation.
INJURY OR INJUSTICE AGAINST ONE YOUTH IS INJURY/INJUSTICE AGAINST US ALL!