NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENY AGENCY BILL (Bill - 2008)

NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENY AGENCY BILL (Bill - 2008)

NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENY AGENCY BILL (Bill 2008) Submission -Steven NyembeBonstev Consulting and Projects VISION AND MISSION It is also important that all the youth capture and internalise the vision and mission of the development agency. The professionals and experts in various fields must be brought to the fore to assist the youth

to set up objectives and monitor controls. To monitor implementation of the strategy there must be comprehensive co-ordination between all the youth structures and substructures. KEY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AREAS IDENTIFIED Sports &

Recreation Arts & Culture Travel & Tourism Beauty & Modelling Education & Training Welfare & Health Religion

All sporting codes in each locality , e.g. Cricket, Hockey, Rugby, Boxing, Swimming etc Fine Arts, Music, La nguages, Museums, Monuments, Norms & Cultures, Dance Etc. Tours, B&Bs, Accommodations, Game Parks,Leisure,Travel, Attractions etc. Beauty Contests/ Therapy, Modelling, Modelling Schools, etc. Science & Technology, PreSchools, Primary Schools, Sec Schools, Universities, Technical Colleges, Technicons, etc. HIV/Aids, Basic Hygiene Practices, Rehabilitations, Prison youth,

Foreign Youth Church Youth, Gospel music, Doctrines, Ethics, etc. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY Ministry of Youth Affairs to be established. National Youth Development Agency will be responsible to this Ministry. Establish 9 Provincial Youth Development Agencies.Eg.Gauteng, Mpumalanga etc.

Each Province will have regional Metro Agencies under its control.Eg.Ekurhuleni, Tshwane HOW ? To achieve this fate, mentors, coaches and role models must be identified to lead the way. Integral to this must be the restoration of fundamental value system (Ubuntu). To this end a wholistic, concerted approach to be implemented to identify talents pertinent to youth aspirations.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (Prototype) National Department Youth Affairs Minister of Youth Affairs National Youth Development Agency Gauteng Youth Dev. Agency Western Cape Youth Dev. Agency KwaZulu/Natal Youth Deve. Agency

PROVINCIAL YOUTH AGENCY Gauteng Youth Development Agency Tshwane Youth Dev Agency Ekurhuleni Metro Youth Deve. Agency Greater JBurg Youth Deve Agency Sedibeng Youth Dev Agency PROVINCIAL YOUTH AGENCY Gauteng Youth Development Agency

Tshwane Youth Dev Agency Ekurhuleni Metro Youth Deve. Agency Greater JBurg Youth Deve Agency Sedibeng Youth Dev Agency REGIONAL METRO YOUTH DEV. AGENCY Ekurhuleni Metro Youth Dev. Agency Kwathema/Springs

Youth Dev Agency Tembisa/Kempton Park Youth Dev. Agency Katlehong / Thokoza/Germiston Youth Dev. Agency LOCAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Tembisa / Kempton Park Youth Deve. Agency Youth Council Sports & Recreation Arts & Culture

Education & Training Tourism & Travel Religion Youth Formations Beauty & Modelling Welfare & Health LOCAL YOUTH COUNCILS

All Project Committees to meet in a Council to give reports quartely on progress achieved. Such councils to be managed as above. The Council to be monitored by the Local Development Agency

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