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Promoting Media Youth Partnerships:  Media Youth Centre

The center is domiciled in the Library of the organizations office and equipped with Information technology and Internet accessibility. The centre’s first activity was a Media Roundtable with Youth Leaders in the first week of March 2005, which introduces a Multivariate Media Coverage of Youth Issues in Nigeria. The centre is equipped to support the production of documentaries, editing and viewing facilities; establishing a virtual library that stores extensive materials on development and young people; create media friendly version of the organizations website, as in media printable pages; lots of resources in cash and kind are required for the centers activity to take off. The Objective of the centre includes providing access to data and the effective and efficient use of such information, including facilitating dialogue with youth resource and spokespersons.

 

TV Hosting and Presentations: Emmanuel Etim (CEO) presented the “SUNDAY SHOW” a Levi Ajuonoma Production on NTA Channel 10 Lagos, every Sunday between 1 and 2pm.

 

The NATION TODAY LIVE with Emmanuel Etim: is a forthcoming collaboration between LASOM Communication, the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Channel 10 and the CDA International.

 

ICT APPLICATIONS

VIRTUAL LIBRARY

NIGERIANYOUTHS.NET

ICT YOUTH ECONOMIC THINK TANK

The reality that information technology has transformed the nature, style and speed of business and series around the world cannot be overstated. How so is technology used to increase the clientele base, provide beneficiary satisfaction, monitor and evaluate implementation plan and financial accountability with fewer resources?

Technology has also created a wider space for exchange and interaction between people of the north and south, yet the advantages of the technology had also widened the gap between the information rich and poor.

A society's ability to develop is determined by its ability to access information, so that information and access to information and communication technology are no longer a luxury, but a human need and - by inference - a basic human right. ICT's and youth human rights as a result, are inextricably linked.

Statistical Database for Monitoring of Youth “Population” Dynamics and Sustainable Development Programmes-

The Nigerian Census 2006 Nigeria is one of Africa’s largest concentrations of reserve of human, material and intellectual including natural resources amongst others. The significance of this capacity is evident in its broad-based leadership in maintaining Peace, Diplomatic ties, promoting African Unity and engendering Sustainable development; whereas on the other hand, its young persons- histories record number of young persons ever- are for example a trigger point for the multiplier effect of the impact of a consistently over 5% prevalence rate of young people living and affected by HIV/AIDS. Therefore developing a virtual system that can provide and update information on the comprehensive profile of young people and they calculate to affect policy implementation especially in terms of economic activity is the conceptual framework.

 

YOUTH INFORMATION BUREAU

YOUTH BUDGETS MAINSTREAMING  

THERE IS NEED FOR MAINSTREAM GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY TO YOUTH ON THE MDGS THROUGH BUDGETS

 

GOVERNANCE HUMAN RIGHTS AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

VOLUNTEER NIGERIA

 

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