Ismail Joel EBOA EYOUM
We work to improve the indigenous livelihood across Africa Indigenous
Peoples are a vulnerable group that warrants special attention. Indigenous Peoples are typically more vulnerable to economic and social marginalization, exploitation or exclusion.
For these reasons, special attention in terms of consultations, appropriate and differentiated support shall be provided to help Indigenous Peoples cope with their resettlement and to improve their livelihood status, in line with national laws.
Working with 500 youth organizations, 35 countries
African Network of Young Leaders for Peace and Sustainable Development (ANYL4PSD) is a network of youth peace and Sustainable Development organizations from around Africa.One of the hallmarks of our actions is partnerships with dynamic and diverse networks bringing together organizations from the private sector, civil society and philanthropic foundations. Our partners help us to improve young people’s living conditions and their integration in the socio-cultural and political space by making us benefit from their know-how, by promoting our action and by serving as a source of inspiration through creativity. We collaborate with 500 member organizations in 35 countries. We have an office in Cameroon coordinating the network, with staff members.