African Youth Voices is a podcast that gives young people across the African continent a platform to share their views on pressings issues in their respective countries, challenges they face and propose pragmatic solutions to solving them.
Our vision is to bring together the youths creating the new Africa, sharing their stories and influencing African governments to take positive action.
Politics and Democracy; issues affecting youth development in Africa
Join Christopher Atitso as he discuss Politics and Democracy with Robert Charles from Sierra Leone and Dieudonne Edouard from Burkina Faso.
On this episode Raihanat Monguno hosts Wadi Ben-Hirki from Nigeria and Kutemwa Shaddai from Malawi as they discuss Sexual Violence, it's consequences, sexual violence in the shadows of Covid-19 and solutions/policies that should be put in place.
Education & COVID - 19 - matters arising
Our Host Christopher Atitso sits down with Siddiki Hammadou from Cameroon, Mariam Sankanu from The Gambia and Tetteh Kwame Nanor from Ghana to discuss what COVID-19 means for education in tertiary institutions in Africa. Listen as it gets a little heated as the debates and different perspectives come up.
Reversing The Effect of Climate Change
In this episode, we discuss “Reversing the Effects of Climate Change” with Climate Change Activists Vanessa Nakate from Uganda and Anita Soina from Kenya
Young People in Business in Covid 19
Welcome to the first episode of African Youth Voices, where we give young people a platform where their voices can be heard, forge useful collaborations and propose pragmatic solutions to Africa's problems.
Our host Raihanat Monguno speaks with Omar Ceesay from the Gambia and Ahmed Lawal from Nigeria - both young African leaders whose businesses have been affected by the pandemi