Are you a proud youth?


Today is International Youth Day, all over the world, people are celebrating a youth contribution in words development. Remind you, youths through many youth based organisations have been playing a great role on ensuring achieving the 17 sustainable development goals.

A proud youth!

Being proud of yourself is just another way of saying you have a strong sense of self-worth. People who are proud of themselves tend to have a great passion for life, feel content and grateful, and are excellent at motivating others.

Let's hear from youths.

Are you a proud youth?, If Yes why?!

(Helen Kidatu, STEM expert)

Hi Fellow Youth!

I am a very proud youth!

Majorly because, I am Strong, Intelligent, Young minded, Magnificent, the world is Looking at me with positive expectations.

And its an age i enjoy mostly because i get to walk towards seeing my dreams come to reality.


( Venant Mugwe, Student)

Exactly...Am a proud youth as I am taking part in improving the life of people around me through pieces of advice, volunteering activities, etc.

 The only things which build my confidence as a youth are creating smiles to people specifically those in need and improving my personality.

#Happy international youth day 2020

(MaryNsia Mangu, Youth Activist)

I am extremely a proud youth. This is the only time that is filled with lots of opportunities and it is the time when you can take as many risks as possible.

Youth phase allows you to be whoever you want to be.

Proud that I have known my bestowed purpose and everyday i am working towards achieving it. I dont just sit and wait for things to change but rather participate in change making. I am proud because everyday i wake up and see it as an opportunity to rectify what isnt right because well...I can!



The theme of International Youth Day 2020, “Youth Engagement for Global Action” seeks to highlight the ways in which the engagement of young people at the local, national and global levels is enriching national and multilateral institutions and processes, as well as draw lessons on how their representation and engagement in formal institutional politics can be significantly enhanced.

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