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Young Africa Namibia Empowering the Youth through Vocational Training

Failing secondary education is not reason enough to give up on your dreams; Young Africa has a solution to all as they are ready to equip individuals with long life skills. Young Africa Namibia is truly giving an equal opportunity to the youth to become productive and fulfill their desired dreams.

Many youths’ dreams are being shattered because they couldn’t make it through secondary education. However, majority of them possess skills and talents that just need to be ironed out. Young Africa Namibia is a model green vocational training center that aims at empowering underprivileged young people with skills of hands to make themselves reliant and contribute to the socio-economic change in the society.

According to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts’ expectations, youth unemployment rate in Namibia is expected to reach 50.30 percent by the end of 2021. Young Africa Namibia is highly determined to change the situation at hand by offering an innovative, high impact solution to youth unemployment.

The Young Africa technical vocational training center in Namibia is located in the heart of the beautiful town of Otjiwarongo with solar energy, dry plumping and sustainable buildings. The center provides vocational training in solar technology; students are taught how to deal with the day-to-day challenges occurring and are empowered through green skills training in solar technology.

In addition, the center offers other various courses in departments of Facility Maintenance, Welding, Information Technology and Cosmetology. The center gives practical and integral training in industrial and commercial skills, simultaneously posing other services to local community such as internet café, library, meeting space, festivals and awareness raising activities.

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