Based in Tanzania

New Chapter Development for Youth(NCDY)

A Non-profit

Organization Details

New Chapter Development for Youth (NCDY) is an NGO established in 2004 at grass root level from the initiatives of the people at the grass-root level, after discovering that there are a lot of problems contributing to the marginalization of vulnerable groups such as children, youth, women, and people with disabilities. These groups require special attention and the means to facilitate procedures to solve any problems arising. The Registration N0 of the organization is; 00NGO/00002871, and since 2009 it serves at a national level. NCDY is determined to help all people regardless of their gender, marital status, disability, race, colour, religion, political belief and employment status.NCDY aims to help a wide variety of people who have been personally marginalized and will consider all types of differences.

 

Impact Story

New Chapter Development for Youth (NCDY) is an NGO established in 2004 at grass root level from the initiatives of the people at grass root level, after discovering that there are a lot of problems contributing to the marginalization of vulnerable groups such as: children, youth, women, and people with disabilities. These groups require special attention and the means to facilitate procedures to solve any problems arising.

NCDY make a positive impact through the following programs

1.Children's Development Program.

 Through this program, NCDY works with families, communities, and professionals to understand the needs of children and young people who are experiencing development problems. The activities of this program include 1.  Child Protection 2. Street Children (reintegration) 3. Direct support to vulnerable children.

2.Youth’s Development Program.

 In this program, we prepare young people to successfully face the challenges of adolescence and adulthood and therefore achieve his or her full potential. Youth development is promoted through the following activities and experiences, all of which help youth develop social, ethical, emotional, physical and cognitive competencies:(a) Vocational Training and Entrepreneurship skills. (b) Mentoring, peer counselling, social recreation, and service-learning.

(c)   Volunteering, extracurricular activities, and life skills activities. (d)   Games, sports, arts, and music in and out of school. (e)  Sexual and Reproductive Health including Menstrual Health Management (MHM) and hygiene (sanitary ware).

3.Women’s empowerment.

NCDY believes that women empowerment is the only way that women can determine and recreate what it is that they can be, to accomplish their full potential in circumstances where this was previously denied. Consequently, NCDY came up with this program to give women the ability to enjoy their right to use and benefit from the resources, assets, income and their own time.