Promoting collaboration and communication among youth groups in the Savannah Region

We are excited to share our recent engagements with youth camps, traditional and religious leaders, and heads of departments in Tinga, Bole District , Tuna in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalb districts.

The purpose of these engagements, in line with the mandate of the National Peace Council, was to promote a strong working relationship between the youth camps and the various duty bearers.

The National Peace Council’s mandate emphasizes the importance of fostering dialogue, understanding, and peaceful coexistence among diverse communities. By actively engaging with the youth, traditional and religious leaders, and heads of departments, we are working towards building a harmonious and united Savannah Region.

Through collaboration and open communication, we aim to empower the youth in our community, create an inclusive space for all, and provide them with opportunities for growth and development.

Join us in our efforts to build a peaceful and prosperous future for the youth of the Savannah Region! Together, we can make a difference!