Associations abbreviated on the network
Focal points through Africa
An African network strengthening sustainable development goals and youth-driven peace building
The African Network of Young Leaders for Peace and Sustainable Development (ANYL4PSD) is a platform based on the principles of voluntary service, solidarity, the common good and human dignity
We act for peace and sustainable development
By constructing environmentally sustainable organic food systems that require no soil – families can produce a faster harvest of pesticide-free and nutrient-rich outputs such as vegetables, fruits, and herbs – while using significantly less water, space, and energy than traditional agriculture.
We are confident to confirm that all members in Charixy are professionals. Our long – term working experience effectively brings us achievement.
Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC)
Accredited by United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)
Accredited in the frame of Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.
Accredited by the United Nations Environment (UNEP).
Who We Are
Why youth peacebuilding and sustainable development
Young people are not just the future, they are the present. Today, more than half of the African’s population is under the age of 35. By offering young people the opportunity to shape their future; The can become the major actor in the construction of peace to achieve the sustainable development goals. To learn more, you can read our vision and activities
Aichi Biodiversity targets, RIO+ 20, Sendai Framework, Action Agenda on financing for development Agenda for Sustainable Development, Paris Agreement on climate change, the UNCCD framework, 2250 UN Security for Youth
The Sendai Framework, the first of the world’s post-2015 development agreements, was adopted in March 2015. Sendai Framework: A tool to achieve the sustainable Development Goal