Call for Expression of Interest: MDGs POST 2015 Youth Consultation

Deadline: February 7, 2013

Education as a Vaccine (EVA) is calling all young people in Nigeria to express interest in the Post 2015 Youth Consultation. EVA is working in collaboration with the United Nations Millennium Campaign and other Youth focused organizations to review the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Post 2015 process in Nigeria, with a focus on Health, Education, Governance and Inequalities.

About EVA

EVA is a non-profit organization created in 2000 to improve the health and development of children and young people. EVA envisions a Nigeria where children and young people reach their full potentials and works to build and implement innovative and sustainable mechanism for improved quality of life for vulnerable children and young people. Using child and youth friendly approaches, the organization strengthens the capacities of children, young people and other stakeholders to facilitate and sustain social change in the area of health, protection and education through integrated programming. The organizational programming priorities are aligned with Millennium Development Goals (2-6) with a focus on sexual and reproductive health, HIV and AIDS, child health and basic education.

How to Participate

They are therefore calling interested Young People from all parts of Nigeria between the ages 18-30, who are working on the different Millennium Development Goal areas, especially at grass root levels to send in the following:

  • a one page expression of interest, with a short detail of their organizations,
  • write up on what area of the Millennium Development Goals they are working on, what they have done so far and
  • send your contact details to [email protected],

Submit the above in order to be selected for a National Youth Consultation coming up in the next few weeks in Abuja, Nigeria.

Note: Preferences however will be given to young people between the ages 18-24 years.

Find out more about the campaign, click here and here.

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