MIET AFRICA’s partner UN CC:Learn has just launched a 10-minute global survey on Youth and Climate Change. The survey is open to anyone up to the age of 35 and is available in seven languages. Through this survey, UN CC:Learn hope to collect input from as many young people as possible around the world to inform the development of future learning products and initiatives. See below for more information.
In Lesotho, the coming together of two important ministries – education and health – has had a major impact on learners’ access to health services. In Malawi’s Lilongwe district a climate change jamboree was held which brought together school-going youth and provided the opportunity to share knowledge and hold exhibitions. Read about this and more in the latest edition of FutureLife-Now! newsletter out now. To receive these quarterly newsletters directly to your inbox, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of us at MIET Africa were privileged to have worked with Prof Finn Reygan over the past decade, with our relationship strengthening particularly over the last few years. Finn contributed significantly through his active participation in several regional research studies conducted by MIET Africa, was one of the initiators of the recently established CSTL Research programme, and served on the CSTL Investment Portfolio Reference Committee.
Finn’s passion and enthusiasm for ensuring the rights of all people are upheld, especially the most marginalised, was infectious, and he was able to influence attitudes for the good through his courage and willingness to speak out against injustice. An optimist with a positive outlook on life, none of us will forget Finn’s robust, joyful laughter that could be recognised from afar!
An extremely proud and caring father and grandfather, our condolences and comforting thoughts and prayers are sent to his children,
MIET AFRICA has withdrawn the tender – Setting up of an International Business Structure in the SADC Region – posted on all MIET AFRICA digital platforms (including social media) on 20 July 2022. Since the tender has been withdrawn no bids will be accepted as a consequence.
Click here to read the latest edition of FutureLife-Now! News, designed to share information, good practices and lessons learnt related to the education, health and development of young people in the SADC Region. Whether you are a young person, a teacher, a health worker, a parent or caregiver, or policy maker, we hope that you will find this enjoyable and useful reading. Also available in French and Portuguese.
Register your participation to this webinar which will introduce the CSTL community to the SADC Child and Youth Agency Framework. This useful webinar will also share information on available resources and support to encourage all Member States to use the Framework to enrich their education systems.
Click here for the invitation with the link to register, and here for the Information Note.
MIET AFRICA’s regional programme, FutureLife-Now! is an intervention designed to contribute to the reduction of new HIV infections and the increase in ART adherence among young people in the SADC Region. Its goal is to promote greater self-confidence and hope for the future among young people in the SADC region by advancing the region’s priority goals and commitments – especially those related to education, health, gender equality and climate change. The programme requires the services of an established and suitably experienced video production company to shoot short video clips on key programme themes in two Southern African countries. Tender closing date is 4 April 2022. For more information and to submit, click here.