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Download our mobile game to promote the culture of volunteerism among youth! i-Vee Game was carefully designed to attract young people (between 14-18 years old) to expereince the fun of volunteering in a game play way. The game with done by EFYD and Cyprus Family Planning Association and developed by Cocoon Creation, artwork by Annamation, and with the support from Mahallae.
Egypt Foundation for Youth and Development (EFYD) is a newly born youth-led organization established in August 2012 in Alexandria. Despite that recent date, it is born strong as an organization that is taking huge steps and gaining steady...
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your digital neighbourhood for civic engagement
Mahallae is a digital neighbourhood for civic engagement developed by Cypriot civil society and innovators from the Euro-Mediterranean region. Mahallae is designed to help you effect social change using the smart technologies in our daily lives. Visit www.mahallae.org to find out more.
Egypt Foundation is now part of the Global Partnership for Youth in the Post 2015 Development Agenda.We are currently crowdsourcing youth ideas and challenges to help identify and formulate concrete youth priorities to be proposed in the post-2015 development framework as it pertains to youth. Under the five thematic areas Education; Employment and Entrepreneurship; Health; Good Governance; and Peace and Stability.
The online crowdsourcing platform is being moderated by both UN agencies and youth organizations, and will allow for instant interaction between thousands of young people from around the world. in order to come out with a list of youth priorities to be shared with Member States for the intergovernmental deliberations at the ECOSOC Youth Forum in New York in June.
Submit your ideas here: https://crowdsourcing.itu.int