15 community service projects in April to celebrate 15 years of YES
Nigerian YES alumni held an event at General Hospital - Katsina’s pediatric center to help inform parents and patients about the dangers of malaria.
As part of World Intellectual Property Day, YAAN member organized a seminar on the topic and held a discussion in Bauchi, Bauchi State.
YES alumni and other medical students inform villagers of the importance of good personal and environmental hygiene.
Muawi returns to his Iowa host community ten years later.
27 YES alumni completed a workshop in Kuwait on Sports for Development and Peace.
YES alumni celebrate in the leadup to the YESDP workshop
CEW Alumni Mentor Muawi from Nigeria drew great inspiration from his visits on the Hill and interactions with eager CEW students.
Join YES and YES abroad alumni as they share and discuss life in Gaza, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Pakistan!
One YES alumnus recently held a seminar to help teach students about peace and interfaith harmony.
YES alumni in Nigeria teach students about the importance of sanitation.
Daniel from Nigeria explains how small actions can have big impacts.
YES alumni in Bauchi, Nigeria donated fruits and talked to patients at a local health clinic on the effects of malnutrition.
Harmattan season brings colder weather to Northern Nigeria. YES Alumni helped provide weather-appropriate clothing to children in a remote village of Taraba State.
U.S. Ambassador Stuart W. Symington met with YES alumni in Taraba state to discuss change.
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Enjoy this anniversary video from our co-founder, Senator Lugar (R)