Programs

The core of the ENYC

Tinkhundla Youth Associations

Youth Development

This association was established by ENYC designed to align with Government decentralization strategy to ensure youth development at Inkhundla level. It helps to create safe and valid platforms for our country’s youth to showcase their leadership, management and financial skills.

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Life Skills Educational Programs

Life Skills, Capacity Building

ENYC also touches on Life Skills Education, the sessions move from community to community touching on topics that the youth come across daily. This skills enable them to understand and respond to the reality on life issues that relate to sexuality, reality, rights, responsibilities, informed decision making and destiny alignment.

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Boot Camp Program

Youth, Sexual Reproductive Health, Life Skills

The Boot-Camp is an initiative whose vision is to empower and build the capacity of young people between the ages of 15 and 35years old in the country. The objective of this initiative is to witness a rise of courageous, strong and bold young men and women, and this is beneficial to the country as the youth are not just the future, but they are the now.

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Tune Me Program

Youth, Sexual Reproductive Health

The United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Sport Culture and Youth Affairs (MOSCYA) through the Eswatini National Youth Council and other implementing partners is implementing the TuneMe Program.

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Shiselweni Youth Business Expo

Youth, Entrepreneurship

The business expo seeks to empower, educate, connect and expose the youth of Shiselweni to Business mentors, Vocational training skills and Business opportunities. Young entrepreneurs in the Region are also exposed to Government tendering machinery, Funding and Entrepreneurship enterprises in the Kingdom of Eswatini.

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Youth Policy Review

Youth, Advocacy

The current youth policy was adopted in 2002. A review in 2007 was overseen and funding made available for the process. The existing policy was developed following an assessment in 2003 which was commissioned by the ENYC. This informed the current policy and created a backdrop of the assessment conducted in May 2007 to feed into the 2009 National Youth Policy.

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