Teach141 Day TeachOne4One Day Program is a quick service educational initiative and access to basic computer education designed for underage children between 7-18 years old. On each day, one TeachOne4One Day Computer Lab Facilitator will drill one child for one day by learning about the basic components of a computer through a hand on services, such as booting the computer, knowing the monitor and keyboard, basic typing, graphic arts, charts and table creation. At the end of each week, seven kids' skills will be empowered and graduated with a Certificate in Basic Computer Education. The target of this program is to educate 10,000 kids by 2020 with computer literacy. Youth Leadership & Community Empowerment YouthAid-Liberia will establish the YOUNG LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (YLP) in various high schools and universities by 2018. This program will seeks to broaden the young people’s horizons, aspirations, and achievements by providing services which will also enable them to undertake learning projects, volunteering and leadership opportunities both locally and internationally. This program initiates an annual National Quizzing Tournament, Intellectual Discourse among Liberian schools and Community Voluntary Service Program. The program also coordinate the establishment of Young Enterprenuership & Leadership Resource Centers for young people.
Youth Education & Exchange Ideas The Youth Education and Exchange Program is intended to establish link with other local and international youth federations for youth exchange ideas. By this exchange initiative, YAL will be able to identify opportunities in the areas of international training, seminars, workshops, camps, conferences and scholarships for local youth in order to break the barriers.
Peacebuilding Initiatives In an effort to prevent future outbreaks of violence, YAL is partnering with partners, Community Peace Volunteers and community-based organizations to mitigate conflict among young people. Together, we're striving to strengthen local actors’ ability to address the root causes of conflicts and post-election violence and to promote community-level peace and reconciliation through peacebuilding and co-existence training, District Peace Commissions and dialogue forums.
WASH Education Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) are some of the most basic needs for human health and survival. YAL is routinely engaged and educate communities on WASH Promotion through its Community Health Volunteers (CHVs). The WASH Education is intended to create a hygienic and sanitized environments and safer communities.
Civic & Voter Education YAL has been very successful in conducting two civic and voter education projects for young people and women in central Liberia, specifically in Joequelleh ans Zoeta-Panta districts, Bong County. YAL's civic and voter education program is focused on empowering the skills of potential voters, especially young people during electoral periods.
Children & Women's Rights Campaign YAL promotes child welfare and women’s rights through speaking out against violence against women & children, child labors, and SGVB . We seek to safeguard the rights of women and children through advocacy, education, healthcare and empowerment.