Youth Empowerment Programme

Youth Empowerment Programme


Am form four student now at lirangwe community day secondary school.
Choosing friends is a thing of vital importance in everybody's walk of righteousness: Our friends can have a strong influence on us, either in a good way or a bad way. If you chose friends who follow God's standards, they can help you to do the same. (Proverbs 23:20 and 1 Corinthians 15:33) We can see how important our choice of friends is from What happened to Dinah. She was one of Jacob's daughters in the Bible, she was raised in the family who worshiped God. Dinah was not an immoral person, but she became close friends with Canaanites girls who did not worship God. Canaanites had a very different view of s*x from that of God's people, and were known for being immoral. (Leviticus 18:6-25) While Dinah was with her friends, she met Canaanite man who found her attractive. He was considered "the most honorable" young man in his family. But he did not love God. This Canaanite man did what seemed natural and acceptable to him. Because he was attracted to Dinah, he "took her" and "violated her." (Genesis 34:1-4) This crime started a series of events that resulted in tragedy for Dinah and her whole Family. (Genesis 34:7, 25-31; Galatians 6:7,8). We do not have to make the same mistakes to learn that God's moral standards are good. "The one walking with the wise will become wise, but the one who has dealings with the stupid will fare badly." (Proverbs 2:6-9; Psalm 1:1-3) So take note: Choosing friends/associates may not always translate to be selfishness. Be blessed!
Distinguished members

Now is the best time to empower the youth not just through politics but policies that will sustain the future of our country. We need a youth populance that will be available in decision making platforms regardless their party affiliation or religious beliefs. Malawi will prosper only if the youth community is foresighted innovative and pro active. I for one am ready to change Malawi... what about you?

We aim at empowering the youth to contribute positively to the development of Malawi in all aspects

Operating as usual


Don't forget to state where you are currently based when sending your CV's


You may not have all what's needed to reach someone but the little you have might add value...share the knowledge today..inspire them..motivate begins with you


We are here
Assembled together
Answering to one same call
Youth Empowerment
Lets aim to earn that accollade .......

Ladies and Gentlemen, as a group we have not yet devised a programme or a plan of activities for the sole reason that we have not been able to meet and discuss and ponder on our objectives.
Can we not select a convinient date to most of the members and create an event (discussion) where members will be online to share one or two things. If it is possible then we can see how we can advance our agendas that way, otherwise this prolonged silence renders our answer to the call of developing this page useless.

Feel free to provide suggestions (arguments are greatly advised) but keep emotional responses and personal attacks out.



Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen,

Feel free to voice out your suggestions, complaints and contributions to our Draft constitution.

This is done to ensure everybody's participation in the activities of this project. We have to agree on issues as this to avoid unnecessary disclaimer in future from within project facilitators.

Those that do not have a copy of the constitution should just comment with their email addresses and it shall be done accordingly.

Your involvement is invaluable.



Depending on other emerging issues, we have failed to meet in Lilongwe.

It was communicated that we instead we create this page and then put up an event on an agreed date to be engaged on this forum.

This is the case coz of the differences in our academic calendars.

Your suggestions and contributions are invaluable.

Thank you


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