The African-German Youth Initiative (AGYI) strengthens exchanges between young people in African countries and in Germany.
The initiative is an outcome of the Africa policy adopted by the BMZ and the AUC in 2014.
The lead executing agencies for the German-African Youth Initiative are the BMZ and the African Union Commission (AUC).
The AGYI works with organisations in the pilot countries of Benin, South Africa and Tanzania.
The AGYI wants to shape the future together with implementing agencies.
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AGYI works together with associations, foundations, NGOs and organisations.
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The AGYI offers advice on opportunities and initiatives for German-African youth exchanges.
Interested young people can find information on programmes, projects and exchange initiatives at AGYI.
Implementing agencies and actors receive advice and support from AGYI.
The new exchange projects promote extracurricular group exchanges.
Here you find interviews with partners, stakeholders and alumi of AGYI.
Fascinating insights into the African- German youth exchange and the work of the individuals involved.
The new „weltwärts – extracurricular exchange projects“ funding line aims to promote mutual understanding and a joint commitment to future issues by bringing people together.