Youth empowerment support was established in March 2019 by a group of (15) youths. 7 girls and 8 boys.
The main reason that the YES team was established was because of seeing many youths committing suicides and also inequality happening in the community.
Their purpose is to support their fellow refugee youths to be able to address the many needs and challenges refugees face in Malaysia.
Youth empowerment support is a mixed group of different ethnicities, age, backgrounds, life experiences, and more, but they all have a common goal that unites them all. and that is to give back to their refugee communities, notably to all refugee youths, and any family in need, emergency situations, health, raising awareness and designing programs for the youth.
Our vision as a YES team is to help children to have a stable educational system, Build youths softs skills and bring them out of their comfort zone and also Make the single mothers become self reliable by doing workshops and training
Our mission is to be able to help refugees get good quality education, in particular Somali refugees in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, by raising funds and also to look for schools that are able to give scholarships to refugee children.
We are also committed to giving soft skills to our youth, such as computers, English language teaching, team-based activities and communication classes.
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