Conducting the First Workshop as Part of the IREX Project
November 29, 2021 – Rwanga Foundation conducted the first workshop as part of the IREX project protocol funded by USAID for 4 days in a row.
The workshop was held at the cultural hall in Koya district for 14 days and with the participation of 14 participants (8 male and 6 female) and the workshop duration will continue for 4 days.
The trainings are held with the aim of improving civil society capacity, in particular local formal and informal youth-led and youth-serving organizations, in improving youth livelihoods.
The Youth Excel project brings together different types of local stakeholders working to strengthen youth livelihoods in Koya and Qalat Dizah, in the KRI, to collaboratively address the common problems youth face through their ongoing initiatives and existing assets. The participants work together to share and discuss ongoing issues, transform knowledge into action through research projects, and better address issues facing youth, through an iterative process.