• The West African Youth Network (WAYN) has been actively working over the last few years to enhance the participation of young people in issues relating to peace building, conflict resolution, governance, accountability, youth development and human rights in West Africa.  It was set up in March 2001.


    The creation of the organization was in direct response to the rise in violent activities and the continuous marginalization and exploitation of young people in West Africa.  It grew from the felt need to effectively mobilize the mass participation of young people to get off their fence and work constructively for the building of a culture of peace, human rights, governance and transparency in West Africa


    Since its inception in 2001, WAYN has continued to initiate and implement a number of projects in line with its Mission Statement. From a modest beginning in March 2001, the organization has grown over the years and has captivated the attention of governments, regional organizations, civil society groups, the media and the donor community.  It has extended its membership from five to thirteen countries and has implemented a number of programmes in line with its objectives.


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