Youth Empowerment - International Youth Empowerment Programme

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CGI-U 2008

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Commitment Information

  • Type: Individual
  • Target: Domestic and International Challenges
  • Focus Area: Education
  • Hours Committed: 170 hours/week


1. Formally establish IYEP 2. Form a group of committed board members, teachers and teaching assistants for the organization. 3. Fundraising. Since I want to develop this camp model in Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh city, and organize a camp for the street kids on the ourskirt of Hanoi, the fund in total will be about $15,000. 4. In the long run, IYEP will organize different forms of youth activities, including conferences on global issues, culture exchange, Vietnam in the prospect of globalization and so on. The first conference is expected to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam in summer 2010. Through such activities, Vietnamese youth will have an opportunity to express themselves, learn and exchange ideas and develop a better awareness about the world. The purpose will go far beyond discovering English, or learning a specific skill. It will be about using those skills to interact, to discover


1. I myself will aim to never stop learning and develop my leadership skills as well as my knowledge and my vision in order to successfully lead the organization. 2. Legalize the organization through the Ministry of Culture and Information in Vietnam. 3. Contact with other partners. Potential partners: OCEP (Oxbridge Cultural Exchange program) British Council Vietnam Trung Vuong and Lieu Giai Highschool, Vietnam



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