SERVE and Young Africa have come together to create the 'Digital Vocational Education and Training for Young Africans' project. This project will take place in 2023 and 2024 and is co-funded by the European Union Erasmus+ Fund.
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Meet Silna. She is a member of the Badjao Tribe community in Cebu Philippines. Read her inspirational story of resilience and determination that led her to graduate in Social Care in Cebu Philippines. Donate to SERVE to support young women like Silna through community SERVE development and educational development programmes.
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Meet Marilia. Marília completed the cosmetology course at Young Africa Mozambique. She got a scholarship funded by SERVE and she opened her own hairdressing business. Donate to SERVE to help provide crucial scholarships to young people fighting poverty in Zimbabwe and Mozambique or buy a Solidarity Gift of Quality Access to Education.
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SERVE and INTO fund classroom desks for Primary School in Zambia
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Youth from Assumption Parish visit arts festival at Young Africa…
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