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.
YES alumna reflects on what brought her back to the place she spent her exchange year.
Nana is featured in her local newspaper in Massachusetts.
Three outstanding YES alumni will serve as this year’s CEW mentors.
Alumni gather to teach community members in the second phase of sign language courses.
Fourteen YES alumni attend the SDG 2030 Summit for West Africa in Accra, Ghana.
Alumnus receives grants to teach youth to make shoes.
Application for 2018 alumni grants opens December 15.
Alumni around the world held health-focused projects in October.
Applications for SDG 2030 Summit now open to Cameroon, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, & Sierra Leone!
Now accepting application from global YES alumni to attend a workshop on Sports for Development and Peace in April 2018
Ibrahim Ezekiel is the current president of the YES Alumni Association of Nigeria (YAAN). His efforts, alongside other alumni members, provided relief to over two hundred households affected by the Benue flood. Read Ibrahim’s account of the Benue Flood Victims Relief project.
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Enjoy this anniversary video from our co-founder, Senator Lugar (R)