Nkhata Bay hosts for 2016 World International Youth Day

Nkhata Bay District are the official hosts for the 2016 World International Youth Day, government through the Nkhata Bay District Youth Office has announced.

Gondwe (Second from Right) during the media briefing - Photo by Chancy Gondwe
Gondwe (Second from Right) during the media briefing – Photo by Chancy Gondwe

Samuel Thapasila Gondwe, Nkhata Bay District Youth Officer, told media during a presser on Monday that the commemoration are slated for Monday 29 at Mpamba Primary School grounds next week.

He said the event will give an opportunity to the youth of Nkhata Bay to showcase their talents, and also create a platform where they will brainstorm about issues that affect them.

“This will be a moment of reflection for our youth. It will be a moment of planning ahead,” said Gondwe.

Anchoring Gondwe’s sentiments, Direck Pande, Youth Network and Counselling (YONECO) manager for Nkhata Bay said Malawi has done well on policy level.

“What is remaining is for government to start implementing youth programmes so that goals set at planning level are achieved,” said Pande.

World Youth Day will this year be commemorated under the theme: “The Road to 2030: Eradicating poverty and achieving sustainable production and consumption.”

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Elijah Jumbo
Elijah Jumbo
4 years ago

I think we are really very much privileged to host such important event. My fellow youths from Nkhata Bay lets use the opportunity to showcase what we have inside us, and prove that we can do. Also let’s prepare that as we will be participating we need also to learn from the event on how we as youths from Nkhata Bay can contribute to our district’s development and that of the country at large.

Thanks to the Organizers.

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