YANGG is a conglomerate of young and vibrant African youths who are zealous and passionate towards contributing their quota in the development of their society with relation to the sustainable development goals, business development/ entrepreneurship and leadership development.
It is a network of compelling and passionate young Africans and rising
future pioneers attempting to make change and create better systems in Africa through realizing the global goals and networks that aim at reinforcing connections between young advocates of change through energized coordinated efforts.
So far, YANGG has membership across; Nigeria, Senegal, Kenya, Togo, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Burundi, Namibia, Lesotho, Benin Rep, DRC Congo, and Cameroon Gambia, Zambia and Botswana.
To raise global youth leaders who are rooted in sustainability for African transformation
To engage enterprising young leaders as pioneers in advocating for development within the African region
To build a network of global leaders who are passionate about African transformation.
To mobilize young leaders
for sustainable impact.
To engage young people to pioneer in advocating for development within the African region.
To enrich 20 million Africans by fighting to attain collective leadership, good platform for youth business development and the SDG’s.
Inclusiveness: We want to make our continent hospitable to both the rich and the poor, black and white, young and old, strong and weak, and, most importantly, the impaired.
Developing African potential: "Youth dynamism and assertiveness for tomorrow's world." Africa is endowed with a wealth of talent, which must be fully utilized if she is to meet her goals. YANGG is committed to maximizing the potential of African youths through encouragement and promotion.
To champion African growth: YANGG would like to see African youths at the forefront, ready to work for our continent's betterment. We anticipate that the youth will recognize that they are the solutions to their concerns and problems. As a result, Africans should face the future with the pride of being African.
Collaboration/Partnership: In the cause of our work, we look forward to join force with necessary stakeholders, government agencies, key individuals and corporate institutions for the actualization of our work.
Pan-Africanism: We seek to uphold the dreams of our famous leaders like late President MUAMMAR GADDAFI, of a strong and united Africa, one with no disparity in race, sex, religion nor color.
Collins Ugochukwu Ibeawuchi
Executive Vice President West Africa
Kwete Mikobi Isrea
Executive Vice President Central Africa
Director of Business Development and Entrepreneurship
Director of Contacts and Mobilization
Director of SDG'S