“Even though our youth have the potential to transform Africa, if neglected, they could exacerbate poverty and inequality while threatening peace, security and prosperity”
“Ay, I am feeling proud of myself! And I am feeling proud that my family is happy about me!”
“One of the tasks of the progressive educator … is to unveil opportunities for hope… After all, without hope there is little we can do.”
“We as parents didn’t notice lots of things about our kids – but now we know that there are things that a child has without sticking on books.”
“Music has become a genuine developmental resource – young people would say a ‘killer app’ – that deserves much more attention … in adolescence.”
“I have begun to live a different life than before”
“Until our young people are free, we are not free. They remind us of this every time they use their creative brains to carry out well orchestrated criminal activity!”
The Hip Hop U programme in action.
Award-winning Hip Hop artist iFani and young people rapping their futures in hope…
Rapping young people in hope – they are the future!
What are the issues young people in sub-saharan Africa face? We grapple with some of the top developmental challenges for young people in our blog, as well as with how music can be used to help shape the future…
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