Blog Posts by World On Youth

Global Foodies / Published October 17, 2014 by Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Global Foodies

The team went out to interact with the youth and a lot of findings were made most of them complementing each other, so the team came up with three interesting facts:

[1] Fading Eco-culture of agriculture - Due to modernization people have since moved their attention to cultural life practices of an African being highly agrarian. Now the youth are facing towards buying food which somehow is not healthy and causes a division of classes: the wealthy and the poor.

[2] Economy and unemployment - many youths are unemployed and because of the failing economy that is unstable for jobs to be given. This forces the youth to continuously roam the city streets in search of jobs, to fend for themselves. Unfortunately, they look away from agriculture. With counselling and training we can teach them to try agriculture for self-employments and food production.

[3] Obesity - is caused by the junk food eaten by the wealthy people and the poor fail to buy the food and stay in starvation. With prominent farming, mass production of food can be obtained then prices for food can be cheaper and affordable for the poor, finally everyone will be fed healthy food.

Idea Parker @insidethebox / Published October 16, 2014 by Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Idea Parker @insidethebox

This is the physical box, we call it the WOY Package. This is a safe keeping box were our ideas are written on small cards and placed safely in the box for future reference.

#tagginginplanning / Published October 16, 2014 by Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Nqobizitha Nyakunu

#tagginginplanning

Rudo and Misheck drafting up the project plan. structurally placing the information on a chart for constant reminders and sequence of how that processes are going to take place.

Idea Parkers / Published October 16, 2014 by Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Idea Parkers

Joining forces with the world in the World food day, it's of our highest expectations that we can do all we can and the best we can to battle against starvation. we have structured three projects we hope could assist us in the long run to prove our motive to tackle such a world wide issue like world hunger. 9 billion is a great number and by taking one little action takes on e a long way in life. as our mission we hope to empower the youth to be able to be productive wise not only to work and stop now but to sustain these project for future term progress.

World On Youth Work Space / Published October 9, 2014 by Nqobizitha Nyakunu

Nqobizitha Nyakunu

World On Youth Work Space

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