In rural areas as in urban areas, youth face disease, alcohol and drug abuse, violence, unsafe work environments, social exclusion, and limited opportunities for education and employment. Many choose to leave their rural homes in search of a better life.
Our challenge is to involve youth as active partners in food security and agricultural production. We must do this by overcoming constraints such as lack of land, access to credit, and lack of education and training for both farm and non-farm activities; by providing income-generating activites in rural areas, and access to agricultural extension and other support services.
- Sara Stays in School
- Sara Learns About Health and Nutrition at School
- Understanding Each Other: The Importance of Listening to Youth and Children
- AIDS: Youth Take Action to Prevent a Killer Disease
- AIDS: Young People Talk About How Aids Affects Family Life
- Habits … A Drama About Youth and Drugs
- Young People are at Risk on the Farm
- Children have a Right to Play and to Learn
- Young People can Learn from Their Elders
- Youth Credit Supports Youth Business
- Rural Youth Success Stories
- A Better Life in the Country