The Youth Day of Service: A Pathway to Actualizing the SDGs

Catherine Busari, Ebuka Ukwunna, Jonah Kirabo – Guest Speakers

Welcome to the Youthful and Useful podcast, where we feature inspiring stories and conversations on youth empowerment and social impact in Africa. In this episode, we discuss the Youth Day of Service (YDOS) and its potential to catalyze the actualisation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Africa.

Our guests on this episode are Catherine Busari, the project coordinator of the Youth Day of Service, YDOS 2022, Ebuka Ukwunna, Project officer YDOS 2022, and Jonah Kirabo, Project lead, YDOS 2022. They share insights into the YDOS project, highlighting its successes, impact on youth engagement in the actualization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Africa, the importance of youth participation in sustainable development and the need for collaborative efforts towards We believe in the catalytic effect of every effort made towards social impact.

Through YDOS, more young people are grafted into the vision of a transformed Africa. With the SDGs as a guide, YDOS provides an avenue for young people to contribute to the achievement of these global goals through community service. Listen to this episode of the Youthful and Useful podcast and be inspired to take action towards sustainable development in your community. Together, we can make a positive impact towards achieving the SDGs and creating a better future for Africa.

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