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Address

365A Wilson Avenue, Suite 205B
Toronto , Ontario
M3H 1T3

Canada Canada

Phone

(416) 858-1494

Fax

(647) 283-1982

Email

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Website

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Youth For Better Nigeria (YFBN)


bullet Mission/Vision

Youth For Better Nigeria is a global democracy and Human rights think tank and advocacy group with the goal of providing the platform for Young Nigerians and friends of Nigeria to voice their views and engage in the proces of the genuine democratization of Nigeria.


bullet What does the organization do?

Youth For Better Nigeria coducts seminars, conferences and rallies to stimulate the interest of young Nigerians on the democratic process.
YFBN engages the government at all levels with alternative solutions to the varying problems in the ways to full democratization of Nigeria and...
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bullet Opportunities for Youth

YFBN provides opportunity for young Nigerian to develope into future leaders of Nigeria. It is one of the best organs available to young Nigerians to develope community organizational skills- a very important component of leadership know-how. in the corse of our operations members are exposed to...
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Categories

Education
Human Rights
Peace & Conflict

Organization Status

Not-For-Profit (NFP)

Global Reach

Yes

Youth Led

Yes