Who We Are

About YALF

The Young African Leaders Forum (YALF) is a pan-African youth organization committed to empowering Africa’s young people and preparing a new generation of radical leaders for the continent.

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Our Objectives

As an African-focused establishment, our major objectives include:

Women Empowerment Project

YALF seeks to liberate women from their limited space under a patriarchal society and widen their horizons, dreams. 

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Youths’ Trainings

We believe that the youths can work together, to create homegrown (made-in-Africa) solutions to achieve our goals.  

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Children’s Rights

If the youths are the leaders of tomorrow, today’s children surely require keen attention to grow in the right consciousness.

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Security and Peace Rights

Conflicts mostly portend harm for people and affect economies, YALF rose to the pedestals to uphold the rights of Africans as is necessary

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YALF committedly works...

towards the collective development of the African people by working in collaboration with
other organisations and government institutions that mainly deals with community and national development within Africa.

VISION STATEMENT
To become a world-class youth organization and an implementer of lasting solutions to Africa’s underdevelopment challenges.
MISSION STATEMENT
To effectuate sustainable development in African nations by empowering its young people and preparing the next generation of responsible leaders for the continent.

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YALF STATEMENT ON THE DEMISE OF MAMA FELICIANA MSHANGA

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The Young African Leaders Forum (YALF) wishes to express its heartfelt condolences to entire continent of Africa on the... read more

YALJOD 2022: CALL FOR PAPERS | OFFICIAL LAUNCH

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The Young African Leaders Forum (YALF) invites interested Africans to submit research articles for publication in the fourth... read more

Ethiopia: A Country Ravaged by Civil War – Pafungeyi Gore

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