What its is:
The Youth Factor is an organisation/youth group/movement that was set up by the Sudanese community in January 2010. It’s an organisation with the following aims:
Promoting youth development and communities’ social and cultural cohesion.
Foster togetherness through reinforcing positive values and providing mentors and role models for the younger generation.
Active involvement and contribution in sports, arts and social activities and events.
Raising awareness of our cultural identities
Promote self-esteem, groups profile and academic excellence and achievements
Encourage voluntary service for our resident communities and our home countries
Working shoulder to shoulder with educational, social and cultural voluntary groups to realise our shared objectives
– See more at: http://theyouthfactor.co.uk/index.php/about-us#sthash.8K2nY7CB.dpuf
The newly established British Sudanese youth group, initiated by active Sudanese in the UK aims to promote the rights, interests and activities of the youth. It will form a network for their use and for the realisation of their cultural, social and political aspirations including developing assistance for others, whether in the UK or Sudan, e.g. through charity works and active citizenship responsibilities. The respect and dignity of individuals will be maintained in all activities and at all times. – See more at: http://theyouthfactor.co.uk/index.php/about-us#sthash.8K2nY7CB.dpuf
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The Children of Sudan is a UK registered charity that was brought together by a group of young people living in the United Kindom.
The aim of the organization is to better future of youth of Sudan because the future of this country lies in the hands of our youth …our children.
The ”COS” organization will help provide decent education, efficient healthcare, child sponsorship programmes and integrate youth projects for children all over the Sudan regardless of their race, religion or socio-economic background.
So Let us together give a hand for a smile on those children’s faces, for a smile can brighten the darkest days and give hope for a brighter future.