Here at TAN, we conduct qualitative and quantitative research on specific topics related to youth empowerment and opportunities and the leadership development capacity of young people of African descent.
Our research aims to highlight policy change and implementation work, providing the evidence base to understand the impact of development interventions and setting out policy recommendations that create an enabling environment that on providing the evidence base to understand the impact of development interventions; as well as setting out policy recommendations that create an enabling environment which results in greater efficiency and impact for the next generation’s contributions.
By 2030, young Africans are expected to make up 42 per cent of the world’s youth and account for 75 per cent of those under age 35 in Africa. With such a large population of young people, supportive policies and programs on inclusive youth development are critical now more than ever. Harnessing the demographic dividend and expanding opportunities for young people—to the benefit of all Africans—will require sound data and evidence on the status of African youth. Hence the reason for our current Research on the topic below,
CURRENT RESEARCH SURVEY
'Mobilising African Youth as a Resource For Africa's Development: What is the Role of the New Young Africans on the Continent and in the Diaspora?'
Please Click this Link to answer the 2-minute questionnaire designed to solicit information from the youth of Africa on Africa's youth development, its challenges and what they expect to see via a transformative lens going forward.