The African Center for Solidarity and Mutual Aid between Communities (CASEC | ACSAC) is an NGO created on February 15, 1997, to serve as a framework for reflection and the implementation of action plans for community development in Africa. The Center engages all its forces to promote peace and cohesion between all peoples by enabling them to develop economic activities that can improve their living conditions and by carrying out a set of social actions in synergy with social organizations to maximize their impacts. Its purpose is the sustainable and integral development of all African communities.
Since 2017, the Center has set up a unit dedicated solely to young people so that they can implement actions that can allow the inclusion of young people in development programs and policies. In 2018, the Youth unit proposed the “Young Student, Heart of Sustainable Development” project. The target of the project is youth, especially young students and doctoral students from universities and schools. This project was marked by the national forum on the action for sustainable development and the role of youth in 2018 and the Student Youth Forum and sustainable development in 2019, the establishment of Youth Talks, and the School of SDGs.
- Live a work experience in an international professional environment, while leading projects with people of diverse origins and cultures.
- To be able to contribute to CASEC’s Africa Eyes Magazine to boost your profile, your actions, and your research.
- Participate in the different programs of the Center (Glocal Empowerment Program – Youth Talks – Youth and Sustainable Development Forum)
- Receive a certificate from CASEC at the end of the term and nominations to participate in different programs.
- Improve your network and collaborate with different leaders and resource people from the African continent.
- Represent your country locally, regionally, or internationally and start your international career.
- Be at least 20 years old for local and university representatives;
- Be at least 25 years old for national and regional representatives;
- Be present in the region, country or city for which they are applying;
- Actively participate in civil society and other initiatives related to Africa;
- Be able to communicate and work in English and / or French;
- Be motivated to contribute to the development of new ideas on Africa;
- Be ready to share your own challenges in your community and to work on Africa through Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063.
Eligible Regions: Open for All