Jabulani Youths for Transformation envisions a generation of young people transforming Africa and living up to their lives’ purposes.
A community where everyone is empowered to work with each other to take action and build sustainable solutions for the common challenges.
To alleviate poverty, improve welfare, promote good governance, nurture talents and contribute to environmental conservation.
Growth and Learning
Humility and Service
Creativity and Innovation
What makes JAY4T different?
We’re an award-winning youth-led organization focused on promoting youth enagement and contribution through a proven approach for sustainable development. We work with young people between the age of 16 and 24 years. Over the past 8 years, we’ve implemented a high-impact positive youth development methodology that empowers youth to rise out of poverty and vulnerability, create business solutions and contribute to a more self-sustaining, resilient, and friendlier community.
JAY4T's Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
JAY4T recognizes that our current community is not fully equitable. We have established DEI policy, and priorities to ensure that JAY4T actively seeks out opportunities to include those who are underrepresented or marginalized, to include them in our decision-making, learn from their perspectives, amplify their voices, and ensure that they have opportunities for growth in our organization. We pledge to:
- Create a welcoming community, one that is open to challenging assumptions about diversity, equity, and inclusion, to ensure that all individuals/groups can fully participate
- Expand our international engagement
- Continue to broaden partnerships with other organizations that have diversity programs to support broader community engagement activities
- Provide training and educational resources specifically targeted to young people that have historically been underrepresented
- Recruit without bias for all JAY4T activities and actively seek participation from groups that are discriminated against, underrepresented, and marginalized