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  1. 4-H Global Strategy 2012-2014 Susan Naburi Secretary (CEO) 4-H Tanzania

  2. Why Is A Global Strategy Needed? MACRO OVERVIEW • The global youth population is soaring. Countries are struggling to provide youth with avenues of employment and self-sufficiency. • The world is facing monumental problems. Youth are the contribution differential for betterment and change in their communities. • There is no clear “youth strategy” today which firmly positions youth as the solution to the world’s problems. 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  3. Why Is 4-H The Solution? MACRO OVERVIEW • Through its programs, 4-H is preparing the world’s young people to meet urgent global needs, including hunger, sustainable livelihoods and food security. 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  4. A GLOBAL STRATEGY PROVIDES... MICRO OVERVIEW • A visible and powerful public amphitheatre to demonstrate that youth are the solution (power of the collective) • Common measures of success that ensure high quality positive youth development • A central mechanism for sharing knowledge or best practices between 4-H organizations/youth in agriculture • Capacity building and training for global 4-H leaders • Opportunities for innovative partnerships that leverage the collective wisdom and capacity of in-country development programs 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  5. 4-H VISION A sustainable and innovative global 4-H network will empower youth to reach their full potential. 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  6. OVERALL OUTCOME • To build capacity to engage one million youth outside the U.S. with high quality positive youth development opportunities. • Metric: • Double the number of youth participating in 4-H—grow from 500,000 youth to 1 million youth by 2015 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  7. Initial Focus On 16 Leader Countries Africa: Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa Asia: Korea, Taiwan, China, India, Indonesia, Philippines Latin America: Costa Rica, Mexico, Brazil Caribbean: Jamaica, Bahamas 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  8. OBJECTIVES 1.To build capacity and capability of 4-H programs to reach youth with high quality positive youth development programs. • Metrics: • Number of 4-H Leaders trained • Number of high impact partnerships formed • Evaluate virtual resources provided • Baseline SOPs established 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  9. OBJECTIVES 2.To increase awareness that positive youth development is THE solution to solving the world’s problems. • Metrics: • Global PYD Research • Number of strategic partners engaged • Increased awareness and funding of PYD among “investors” and partners 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  10. GOALS OF THE GLOBAL 4-H Network: 2012-2014 To connect 4-H programs, leaders, and volunteers so they may communicate effectively and efficiently with each other and access and share resources. To establish and train 4-H leaders/executives around a common set of principles and best practices. 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  11. GOALS OF THE GLOBAL 4-H Network: 2012-2014 To recruit, prepare and support high quality PYD volunteers to serve 4-H programs. To engage influencers, multinationals and partners to advance the 4-H mission. 4-H GLOBAL STRATEGY: 2012-2014

  12. 4-H in Africa 2011 4-H AFRICA

  13. Overview of 4-H in Africa - 2011 • * 4-H Programs in Botswana, South Africa, and Angola did respond or could not be contacted. • ** Endurance Youth association is not a 4-H organization, but a cooperating partner. • **4-K, Young Farmers Clubs, and Out of School Youth Groups combined. 4-K – 181,403; YFC – 40,285; OSYG – 111,412 • ****Two organizations were surveyed. Both are just emerging as 4-H entities, so data is combined. 4-H AFRICA

  14. Program Areas • Gardening • Home Economics • Arts and Crafts • Animal Husbandry • Recycling • Tree Planting • HIV/AIDS Prevention and Education 4-H AFRICA

  15. 4-H Africa Program Highlights 4-H AFRICA

  16. 4-H Tanzania • Headquartered in Tanga • Implemented at the local district level • X districts • 4-H implemented by District Advisors (school teachers) • Hosts annual 4-H Take a Lead Conference for 4-H country programs • Selected as pilot project site - funded by Gates Foundation, Nike Foundation, Cargill, DuPont and Motorola. Focus on gender, content development and club development 4-H AFRICA

  17. 4-H Kenya (4-K) • Headquartered in ministry of agriculture in Nairobi • Primary support from the Ministry of Agriculture, as well as other government ministries and agencies including: Education; Youth; Forestry and Natural Resources, Environmental Conservation; National Anti-Corruption Commission; and Kenya Bureau of Standards. • Implemented at the local district level • Implemented by ministry of agriculture extension workers • Largest 4-H program in Africa 4-H AFRICA

  18. 4-H Ghana • Headquartered in Koforidua • Operating in 10 districts in Eastern regions (New Juaben, Akwapim North, YiloKrobo, Atiwa, Fanteakwa, Suhum, Asuogyaman, East Akim) • Operating in one region in Volta (Kpando) • Support from the National Service Scheme with provision of National Service Personnel • All staff are volunteers • Working to develop enterprise gardens through ministry of agriculture 4-H AFRICA

  19. 4-H Namibia • Headquartered in Windhoek • Operates in the 7 of 13 regions in Namibia (Khomas, Otjozondjupa, Omaheke, Erongo, Kunene, Oshikoto, Hardap. • All staff are volunteers • Implement clubs, intercultural learning days, camps 4-H AFRICA

  20. Age Range and Gender of Youth Served by 4-H Africa Programs If programs could not provide age-segmented data, estimates were projected from available enrollment data.

  21. 4-H Country Leaders 4-H AFRICA