F E D E R A L M I N I S T R Y O F Y O U T H D E V E L O P M E N TByINUWA ABDUL-KADIR, EsqHonourableMinister, Federal Minis...
INTRODUCTION• It isan established fact that youth, asfutureleaders, arethemost valuablenational asset and investment in th...
Establishment of the Ministry• TheMinistry started asaunit and grew progressively from aDivision to aDepartment through 9 ...
• VISIONTo empower theNigerian youth to becomeself reliant and socially responsible• MISSIONTo provideasustainableframewor...
Network and Social Mobilization(NSM)Successful sitting of theYouthParliament and replication in somestatesSuccessful Rev...
STRUCTUREANDACTIVITIES OFDEPARTMENTS OFAGENCIESEducation and YouthDevelopment (EYD)Capacity building workshop for career ...
REVENUEANDEXPENDITUREPROFILEFORTHEYEAR2012.BudgetBreakdownProjectedInvestmentPlan under 1stNIP(N)Budget Allocation Interna...
KEY OUTCOMES DELIVEREDS/N PERFORMANCEINDICATOR 2012 PLANNEDTARGET 2012 (ACTUALAS ATDECFMYD1 Construction/equipping of Yout...
7 Implementation of the reform ofthe NYSC and its restructuring.Reviewing the Posting Policyand the restructuring of theNY...
ACTIVITIES OFTHEMINISTRY9
ACTIVITIES OFTHEMINISTRY10
STAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENTSMeeting of the 5thNational Council on Youth Development•TheCouncil Resolved and urged theFederal Gov...
• Second Sitting of theSecond Session ofthe NigeriaYouth Parliament wasconvened and resolutionson issuesaffecting young pe...
STAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENTSCondOpen conversation with Ministers from relevant MDAs was held as part ofactivitiesmarking the2012...
REFORMS OFTHENYSC14
REFORMS OFTHENYSC• Theneed to review policies, restructureand realign theNYSC Schemewith theFederal Government’sTransforma...
PARTNERSHIPFORAGRICULTURALINITIATIVES:• 634 youth trained in the MDG SupportedYouthinAgricultureProgrammefor 2012.• 667 yo...
YOUTHIN AGRICULTURE17
YOUTHIN AGRICULTURE18
PARTNERSHIPFORAGRICULTURALINITIATIVES:Youth Entrepreneursassemblefor training at apastry and milk processing plant atOwode...
PARTNERSHIPSUN SYSTEM:•UNIDO: TheMinistry commenceddiscussionswith UNIDO on developingthemechanism that will attract young...
• United Nation Fund forPopulation Activities (UNFPA):TheMinistry isworking with UNFPA to implement youth friendlyinitiati...
• UN Habitat isSupporting theMinistry to develop aframework formanaging itsYouth Centresin theareasof skillsacquisition, I...
COMMONWEALTHYOUTHPROGRAMME, AFRICA CENTRE•12 Youth Development Officersin theMinistryparticipated in the2012 edition of th...
ECOWAS COMMISSION•TheMinistry supported 12 Nigerian youth to participateat theECOWASAnnual Youth Empowerment Programme/ Tr...
POLICY INITIATIVES• 7 new policieswereinitiated:1. Introduction of Leadership, ValueOrientation and ReorientationComponent...
POLICY INITIATIVES3. Scaling up and Sustaining Youth Development and EmpowermentActivitiesin Nigeriathrough PPParrangement...
POLICY INITIATIVES5. Reform of theNational Youth Council of Nigeria(NYCN): Ministry hassupported and supervised thereview ...
National Youth Index• TheMinistry commissioned theNational Bureau of Statistics for thefirsttimeto conduct anationwidesurv...
YOUTHMOBILISATION ANDNETWORKING:• TheMinistry hasdesigned and undertaken anumber of initiativesto givetheyouth avoice. The...
YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE• Opening of Zonal Offices:theMinistry operates6 zonaloffices, onein each geo-political zone...
YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE31
YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE32
YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURENational Youth DevelopmentCentre, Gwaram, Jigawa State33
YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE34
SECTION B: AGENCIES OFTHEMINISTRY35
NATIONALYOUTHSERVICECORPS (NYSC)• Mandate: To mobilizeNigerian Youthsfor national cohesion,development and self-reliance.36
ACTIVITIES OFTHENATIONALYOUTHSERVICECORPS•TheNYSC annually mobilizesan averageof 250,000 graduates. However,227,136 corpsm...
ACTIVITIES OFNYSC38
ACTIVITIES OFNYSC39
ACTIVITIES OFNYSC40
CITIZENSHIP ANDLEADERSHIPTRAININGCENTRE(C&LTC)41
CITIZENSHIP ANDLEADERSHIPTRAININGCENTRE(C&LTC)• TheCitizenship and Leadership Training Centre(CLTC), isoneof theoldest nat...
CITIZENSHIP ANDLEADERSHIPTRAININGCENTRE(C&LTC)•TheCentrehastwo main mandates:– Providing citizenship and leadership traini...
ACTIVITIES• TheCentrepartnered with theGombeStateGovernment for thetrainingand reorienting of over 350 dis-engaged politic...
ACTIVITIES contd.SN PERFORMANCEINDICATORS 2012 ( PLANNEDTARGET)2012 (ACTUALAS ATDEC.)1 Inculcating TheVirtueOf Self-relian...
REPOSITIONING OF MAN ‘O’ WAR• Establishment of afunctional national command officewith adequatestaff , well equipped offic...
C&LTC PARTNERS• TheC & LTC hasrecorded increased patronagefrom numerousclientsacrossthecountry in both thepublic and priva...
SUCCESS48
SUCCESS OFTHEMINISTRY ANDITSAGENCIESS/No.NYSC C&LTC1 SkillsAcquisition Programmeof theSchemehasworked asCorpsmembersembrac...
KEY CHALLENGES OFTHEMINISTRY• Non -Implementation of theNational Youth Policy, especially with regard totheNational Youth ...
CHALLENGES OFNYSC51
CHALLENGES OFC&LTC• Insufficient and latereleaseof fund• Lack of permanent officeaccommodation for theHeadquarters.• TheCe...
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RECOMMENDATIONS contd.54
RECOMMENDATIONS contd.54
EXPECTATIONS/DELIVERABLES FOR201355
Thank you!56
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  1. 1. F E D E R A L M I N I S T R Y O F Y O U T H D E V E L O P M E N TByINUWA ABDUL-KADIR, EsqHonourableMinister, Federal Ministry of Youth Development
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION• It isan established fact that youth, asfutureleaders, arethemost valuablenational asset and investment in their upbringing, development andempowerment isthereforevery essential for theprogressand developmentof our nation.• TheNational Youth Policy definesyouth aspersonsaged between 18 – 35years. They constitutethelargest demographic group with an estimatedpopulation of about 80 million that israpidly increasing.• A lot hasbeen donefor youth development but much moreneedsto bedoneconsidering thesheer population and complexity of thetask ofeffectivemanagement of youth issues.• In spiteof investmentsin youth development, restiveness, violent crimes,drugsabuseand other social vicescontinueto poseseriouschallenges.1
  3. 3. Establishment of the Ministry• TheMinistry started asaunit and grew progressively from aDivision to aDepartment through 9 Ministriesin 25 years. It becameafull-fledgedMinistry in January 2007.2
  4. 4. • VISIONTo empower theNigerian youth to becomeself reliant and socially responsible• MISSIONTo provideasustainableframework for integrated planning and collaborationamong stakeholdersfor thedevelopment of policiesand programmes, lawsand other initiativesthat promoteand enhancethedevelopment of theNigerian youth and theprotection of their interests.Vision – Mission3
  5. 5. Network and Social Mobilization(NSM)Successful sitting of theYouthParliament and replication in somestatesSuccessful Review of theNYCN Constitution andconduct of congressCategorization of NGO and development ofworking relationship guidelineEnterpriseDevelopment andPromotion (EDP)Successful execution of the MDG Suppo rted Yo uthin Agriculture Pro grammeSuccessful training on agricultural extension serviceSuccessful implementation of Vocational trainingSTRUCTUREANDACTIVITIES OFDEPARTMENTSANDAGENCIESThe Ministry has Six Departments and TwoAgencies.4
  6. 6. STRUCTUREANDACTIVITIES OFDEPARTMENTS OFAGENCIESEducation and YouthDevelopment (EYD)Capacity building workshop for career youthdevelopment officersSuccessful training of 246 youth on civiceducation and responsibilitySuccessful holding of Bilateral meeting betweenNigeria– NigerBi-National Commission Meeting held in Capetown , South AfricaNational Youth ServiceCorps Successful implementation of skillsacquisition &entrepreneurship development programmeSuccessful implementation of agro-entrepreneurship training and disbursement of loansto corpsmembers.Deployment of corpsmembersin threebatchestotaling over 227,136 in 2012Citizenship and LeadershipTraining Center (C&LTC)Successful training and reorienting of youth atrisk .Increasepatronageof thecenter programmes.5
  7. 7. REVENUEANDEXPENDITUREPROFILEFORTHEYEAR2012.BudgetBreakdownProjectedInvestmentPlan under 1stNIP(N)Budget Allocation InternallyGeneratedRevenue(IGR)(N)Donor/PrivateSectorContribution(N)TotalExpenditureAppropriation(N)Budget WarrantReleased(N)Amount Cash Backed(N)FMYDCapital   5,762,094,100 2,598,937, 420.80 2,598,937, 420.80 ------- ------- 2,598,937,420.80Recurrent   622,843,469 622,843,469 622,843,469     622,843,469NYSCCapital 1,126,938,597 540,410,921 538,107,463 --------- ------ 538,107,463Recurrent 68,946,528,22166,738,828,310 66,738,828,310 ------ ------- 66,738,828,310C&LTCCapital   258,200,000 161,374,319 123,526,184 ------ --------- 123,423,695Recurrent    942, 353, 998 951, 353, 998   796, 162, 123      783, 732, 6246
  8. 8. KEY OUTCOMES DELIVEREDS/N PERFORMANCEINDICATOR 2012 PLANNEDTARGET 2012 (ACTUALAS ATDECFMYD1 Construction/equipping of YouthDevelopment centresCompletion of 9 Youth Centres inTakai, Sumaila, Kudan, Katsina,Biu, Ode-Omu, Awka, Ikot-Ekpene,AgbokimAll awarded componentsin theNineYouth Centresarecompleted 2 Strategic partnershipsin youthempowerment in agro-alliedenterprises.Provision of loansand grantsto ex -Corpsmembersfor Agro-BusinessM.O.U Signed with T.Y DanjumaFoundation, Discussion on-going withSonghai Centre, NERFUND, Bank ofAgric, and other relevant MDAs.3 Commencement of theNigerianYouth Entrepreneurship DevelopmentProgramme(NYEDP) Part of atwo year plan for capacitybuilding and strengthening ofrelationswith theCommonwealthOffice.Engagement of Technical Adviserfrom theCommonwealth Secretariat,London Office. 4 MDG funded programmefor Youthin Agriculture.Training and Empowerment ofAgro- Entrepreneurs634 Youth trained and awarded grantsof N200,000.00 each. 5 Implementation of Constituencyproject for ZamfaraWest SenatorialDistrictTo facilitatethetraining of Youth inAgro-Allied Skills.279 Youth weretrained and awardedgrantsand Materials6 Establishment of Nigerian YouthParliament and itsreplication at StateLevels To inauguratetheSitting of theSecond Parliament and advocatetheestablishment of StateYouthParliaments.Sitting of thesecond session of theYouth Parliament,Annual town hall meetingsand theestablishment of StateYouthParliamentsin Kano, Bauchi, Kogi,BenueStates. Akwa- Ibom.7
  9. 9. 7 Implementation of the reform ofthe NYSC and its restructuring.Reviewing the Posting Policyand the restructuring of theNYSC and its activities forcorpsmembersPosting policy implemented andReform Committee submitted itsreport. 8 Partnership with InternationalEcological Safety CollaborativeOrganization (IESCO) to providetechnical assistanceon green jobs,Ecological/Environmental safety andclimatechangefor youth.To provideequipment andtechnical expertiseto theexistingYouth Development Centresin theCountry.M.O.U Signed9 Partnership with UN Habitat To establish aoneStop YouthDevelopment and InformationCentrefor West Africain Nigeria.M.O.U Signed   10 Providing aplatform for youngpeoples’ voicesto beheardRepositioning of theNationalYouth Council of Nigeria(NYCN)to meet theglobal set standardsNYCN Constitution reviewed andElectiveCongressto beConducted.11    UNDPJunior Professional Officers(JPO) ProgrammeRecruit and exposeyoungNigeriansto theUN System andinternational Civil Service.M.O.U Signed with theUN System,Road map for implementationdeveloped and Selection ofparticipantsto commence.KEY OUTCOMES DELIVEREDcontd.Over1,781,826 Youth were empowered in 20128
  10. 10. ACTIVITIES OFTHEMINISTRY9
  11. 11. ACTIVITIES OFTHEMINISTRY10
  12. 12. STAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENTSMeeting of the 5thNational Council on Youth Development•TheCouncil Resolved and urged theFederal Government to:– Undertakean effectiveanti-drug abusecampaign programme.– ExecuteaNational Action Programmefor ValueOrientation andEffectiveEngagement of Youth.– ConveneaNational Stakeholders’ Summit on Youth Development.– Continuecollaboration with relevant stakeholdersto createjobsforyouth throughAgro-related businesses.– Continuethesurvey for aNational Youth Index that will providedetailed dataon thestatusof youth in Nigeria.11
  13. 13. • Second Sitting of theSecond Session ofthe NigeriaYouth Parliament wasconvened and resolutionson issuesaffecting young peoplewerepassed foronward transmission to theNationalAssembly for consideration.• TheNigeriaYouth Parliament held aTownHall Meeting in Minna, Niger State.• Stateyouth parliamentswereestablished inBauchi, Osun, Kano, BenueandAkwa-Ibom,• Commonwealth Youth Parliament- AfricanRegion held itssitting in Uyo, Akwa-IbomState.• TheAfrican Youth Day wasmarked.• National Youth Council of Nigeria(NYCN) Zonal Consultativemeetingswereheld aspart of theeffortsto transformthecouncil.STAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENTs cont’d.Speaker of the Youth ParliamentYouth Parliament in session12
  14. 14. STAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENTSCondOpen conversation with Ministers from relevant MDAs was held as part ofactivitiesmarking the2012 International Youth Week whereMinistersinteractedwith young peopleon their Ministriesactivitieson youth empowerment.A participants asking question during theOpen Conversation with Ministers.Hon. Minister of Youth Development withHon. Minister of State Trade and Investment,Chairman House Committee on Youth and DG-NYSC during Open Conversation Forum.13
  15. 15. REFORMS OFTHENYSC14
  16. 16. REFORMS OFTHENYSC• Theneed to review policies, restructureand realign theNYSC Schemewith theFederal Government’sTransformationAgendaled to thesetting up of aMinisterialCommittee, which cameup with thefollowing recommendations:– Review of the current posting policy: review of thecurrent posting policyasaresult of challengesencountered in itsimplementation to allow Corpsmembersto benefit from privateand public sector experiencesin order toincreasetheir chanceof gainful engagement and employment after service.– Adoption of Information Technology for Documentation and Certification ofCorpsmembers– Revival of theNYSCAgricultureFarms– Establishing synergy between NYSC and NUC, NBTE, JAMB to harmonizecarrying capacity of Corpsdeploying institutionsto obtain reliabledataonCorpsmobilization.15
  17. 17. PARTNERSHIPFORAGRICULTURALINITIATIVES:• 634 youth trained in the MDG SupportedYouthinAgricultureProgrammefor 2012.• 667 youth trained at farm centresin Delta, Katsinaand RiversState.• TheMinistry signed an MOU with TY DanjumaFoundation to providetraining in Agro-business andgrants forex-corps members . • 279 youth weretrained and empowered in theAgriculturalEmpowermentProgrammeforYouthinZamfaraWestSenatorialDistrict. It also featured an exclusiveprogrammefor femaleyouth in theDistrict.16
  18. 18. YOUTHIN AGRICULTURE17
  19. 19. YOUTHIN AGRICULTURE18
  20. 20. PARTNERSHIPFORAGRICULTURALINITIATIVES:Youth Entrepreneursassemblefor training at apastry and milk processing plant atOwode-Egba19
  21. 21. PARTNERSHIPSUN SYSTEM:•UNIDO: TheMinistry commenceddiscussionswith UNIDO on developingthemechanism that will attract youngpeopleintoAgricultureascatalyst fordevelopment.•UNDP: Nigeriasigned an MOU with theUNDPin December to recruit youngNigerian Professionalsto work in theUNSystem for aminimum of two yearsthrough theJunior ProfessionalsProgramme(JPO).•Since theinception of theJPOprogrammeby theUN System over 50yearsago, Nigeriaisthefirst AfricanCountry to becomeadonor member.Nigeriaisstarting with 37 JPOs.Hon. Minister, (second from right, second row) at the9thMeeting of National Recruitment Servicesand UN Organisationson theAssociateExpert/JPO/APO Programmesin Stockholm,Sweden20
  22. 22. • United Nation Fund forPopulation Activities (UNFPA):TheMinistry isworking with UNFPA to implement youth friendlyinitiativesunder theUNFPA’s6thCountry Programmeof Assistance (6thCPA). Someof theseinclude:– Establishment of Youth Friendly Centreswithin theMinistry’sYouthDevelopment Centresand training of officerswho will work asCounselorsat theCentres.– Development and production of aNational Framework onAdolescentReproductiveHealth for thecountry in conjunction with theFederalMinistry of Health,– Supporting thereformsof theNational Youth Council of Nigeria(NYCN) by facilitating thereview of itsconstitution aswell asthedevelopment of aStrategicAction Plan for theCouncil.• UN HABITAT: theMinistry signed an MOU with theUN-HABITAT toestablish a‘One Stop’ Youth Development & Information CentreinNigeriafor West Africa.21
  23. 23. • UN Habitat isSupporting theMinistry to develop aframework formanaging itsYouth Centresin theareasof skillsacquisition, ICT, etc• Ministry isin partnership with International Ecological SafetyCollaborative Organization (IESCO) in developing mechanism for GreenJobsand other environmentally friendly initiativesfor youth engagement.• TheIESCO will train and certify 1000 Nigerian trainersin Chinaon greenjobs, climatechangeand other wealth creation opportunities.• Thereafter, similar institutions and training would bereplicated in Nigeria.Prof. Jian Mingjun, President of IESCO, Inuwa Abdul-Kadri, Esq, Hon. Minister YouthDevelopment and Prof. Oyebanji Oyeyinka, Director, Research UN Habitat, signing anMOU. 22
  24. 24. COMMONWEALTHYOUTHPROGRAMME, AFRICA CENTRE•12 Youth Development Officersin theMinistryparticipated in the2012 edition of theInternational Programme on YouthEntrepreneurship Training (IPYET) Zambia•TheUniversity of Abujaisrunning aCommonwealth Professional Diplomaprogrammeon Youth Development on behalf oftheMinistry.•A job creation strategy to provide10,000 jobsintwo yearshasbeen developed by theMinistry incollaboration with theCommonwealth. To thisend, aTechnical Adviser hasbeen deployed bytheCommonwealth Secretariat to work with theMinistry from 2013 – 2015 towardsachievingthis.23
  25. 25. ECOWAS COMMISSION•TheMinistry supported 12 Nigerian youth to participateat theECOWASAnnual Youth Empowerment Programme/ Training for Youth inAgricultureand Mechanical/Electrical workswhich wereheld in Songhai, Porto Novo,Benin Republic and Ouagadougou in BurkinaFaso respectively.•Beneficiariesweresupported with take-off grantsby theMinistry.24
  26. 26. POLICY INITIATIVES• 7 new policieswereinitiated:1. Introduction of Leadership, ValueOrientation and ReorientationComponentsin all Youth Development /Empowerment Programmeseitherskilled or knowledgebased2. Introduction of theNational Patriot Campaign- thisisaimed at launchingacampaign for patriotism among young peoplethrough revamping thevolunteer activitiesof school and faith based youth organizationsi.etheScout, Girls’ Guide, BoysBrigade.Hon. Minister with National Leader of Girls’ Guild during courtesy visit.25
  27. 27. POLICY INITIATIVES3. Scaling up and Sustaining Youth Development and EmpowermentActivitiesin Nigeriathrough PPParrangement.4.Scaling up and strengthening of Partnership with relevant MDAs, andNGOsto develop an elaborateYouth Empowerment Project.Hon. Minister with the Leadership of the Nigerian Scout Movementat their 2012 Annual General Meeting .26
  28. 28. POLICY INITIATIVES5. Reform of theNational Youth Council of Nigeria(NYCN): Ministry hassupported and supervised thereview of theNYCN Constitution6. TheMinistry isdeveloping aframework for National MentorshipProgramme7. Restructuring of theMinistry’s departmentsand unitsto align withCommonwealth recommended standard.Youth participants at the C&LTC camping programme27
  29. 29. National Youth Index• TheMinistry commissioned theNational Bureau of Statistics for thefirsttimeto conduct anationwidesurvey on thestatusof youth in Nigeriaforthedevelopment of aNational Youth Index.• Thesurvey coversareasof youth in education, health, employment,agriculture, migration, ICT, conflict resolution, crime, and drug abuse• Thedataisbeing processed and theoutcomewill bepublished soon.A group of Students during life skill training at C&LTC Centre28
  30. 30. YOUTHMOBILISATION ANDNETWORKING:• TheMinistry hasdesigned and undertaken anumber of initiativesto givetheyouth avoice. Theseinclude:– Reactivation of aTweet Conferenceon Social Media.– Upgradeof theministry’swebsiteto Youth Development VirtualResourceCentre– Strengthening and repositioning of working guidelinesbetween theMinistry and Voluntary Youth Organizations(VYOs).29
  31. 31. YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE• Opening of Zonal Offices:theMinistry operates6 zonaloffices, onein each geo-political zoneto decentralizeitsprogrammesto Statesand LocalGovernments. • Building YouthDevelopment Centres:currently, theMinistry issupervising theconstruction ofadditional 29 YouthDevelopment Centresasconstituency projectsacrosstheCountry.Above: National Youth Centre, Owode Egba, Ogun StateBelow: National Youth Centre, Ode-Omu, Osun State30
  32. 32. YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE31
  33. 33. YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE32
  34. 34. YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURENational Youth DevelopmentCentre, Gwaram, Jigawa State33
  35. 35. YOUTHDEVELOPMENTINFRASTRUCTURE34
  36. 36. SECTION B: AGENCIES OFTHEMINISTRY35
  37. 37. NATIONALYOUTHSERVICECORPS (NYSC)• Mandate: To mobilizeNigerian Youthsfor national cohesion,development and self-reliance.36
  38. 38. ACTIVITIES OFTHENATIONALYOUTHSERVICECORPS•TheNYSC annually mobilizesan averageof 250,000 graduates. However,227,136 corpsmembersserved in 2012.•658 Corpsmembersweretrained and empowered under theMDGstoestablish agro-enterprises.•131,659 Corpsmemberswere given Skill Acquisition and entrepreneurshipdevelopment training.37
  39. 39. ACTIVITIES OFNYSC38
  40. 40. ACTIVITIES OFNYSC39
  41. 41. ACTIVITIES OFNYSC40
  42. 42. CITIZENSHIP ANDLEADERSHIPTRAININGCENTRE(C&LTC)41
  43. 43. CITIZENSHIP ANDLEADERSHIPTRAININGCENTRE(C&LTC)• TheCitizenship and Leadership Training Centre(CLTC), isoneof theoldest national institutionsestablished since1951.42
  44. 44. CITIZENSHIP ANDLEADERSHIPTRAININGCENTRE(C&LTC)•TheCentrehastwo main mandates:– Providing citizenship and leadership training.– Establishment and management of Man O’ War Organizations.43
  45. 45. ACTIVITIES• TheCentrepartnered with theGombeStateGovernment for thetrainingand reorienting of over 350 dis-engaged political thugs, popularly knownas‘ yan kalare, to begood citizenssuitablefor employment ashealth andenvironmental inspectors.• The350 youth arecurrently gainfully engaged.• engaged44
  46. 46. ACTIVITIES contd.SN PERFORMANCEINDICATORS 2012 ( PLANNEDTARGET)2012 (ACTUALAS ATDEC.)1 Inculcating TheVirtueOf Self-relianceand selflessserviceto thenation255,000 266,8402 Imbibetheconceptsof good andresponsibleleadership aswell ascommunity development555,850 468,8553 Youth with market ready skills. 14,050 9,4904 Understand theunpleasantconsequencesof belonging orpatronizing cultism7,200 4,8005 Establish aplatform for Man”o”Wardevelopment5,000 6,2576 Understand variousinvestmentopportunity and determineto beproductive and employer of Labor255,000 266,84045
  47. 47. REPOSITIONING OF MAN ‘O’ WAR• Establishment of afunctional national command officewith adequatestaff , well equipped officeaccommodation and the purchaseof aPeugeot 406 official vehicle.• Held thefirst joint national meeting with all national officers, statecommandersand statesecretariesin attendance.• Training programmeheld for Man ‘O’ War information technologystatecommand officersin Abujaon theuseof IT systemsprovidedfor each statecommand.• Reintroduction of Man ‘O’ War in schoolsfor Citizenship andLeadership education.The Leadership o the Man O’ War Nigeria Voluntarily undertook the following:46
  48. 48. C&LTC PARTNERS• TheC & LTC hasrecorded increased patronagefrom numerousclientsacrossthecountry in both thepublic and privatesectors. Among them:47
  49. 49. SUCCESS48
  50. 50. SUCCESS OFTHEMINISTRY ANDITSAGENCIESS/No.NYSC C&LTC1 SkillsAcquisition Programmeof theSchemehasworked asCorpsmembersembraced it . Leadership and lifeskill trainingactivitiesin theseven (7) Units 2 TheNYSC MDGsWar Against Poverty Programmehasworked asit exposed and sensitized all Corpsmemberstotheneed for self reliancethrough job creation. Sensitization programmeproperlyexecuted 3 Collaboration with stakeholdershasworked especially intheareaof electoral reforms/conduct of electionsand Corpsempowerment. Re-organization of Man O War Cluband Associationswassuccessfullyexecuted 4 Implementation of theapproved expansion of theAdministrativeStructureof theSchemehasworked asithashelped to drivethepoliciesof theSchemetherebyenabling it to copewith thedynamicsof youth mobilizationand management for national development and self-reliance.Execution of treasury funded projects49
  51. 51. KEY CHALLENGES OFTHEMINISTRY• Non -Implementation of theNational Youth Policy, especially with regard totheNational Youth Development Council .• TheNational Youth Policy providesthat therewill an inter ministerial Councilto becalled theNational Youth Development Council under thechairmanshipof thePresident. It will comprise all theChief Executivesof thecorerelevantMinistries, e.g Youth Development, WomenAffairs, Education, Labour andproductivity, Agriculture, Health and Tradeand Investment. To serveasforumand clearing houseon all youth policy mattersof National interest.• Inappropriateplacement of Youth related projects/programmein other MDAsand inconsistency in government implementation policy• Problemsassociated with land allocation within areaswherecentresareto bebuilt aswell aslack of appropriation for therunning of theyouth developmentcentresand personnel.• Insufficient and latereleaseof funds.50
  52. 52. CHALLENGES OFNYSC51
  53. 53. CHALLENGES OFC&LTC• Insufficient and latereleaseof fund• Lack of permanent officeaccommodation for theHeadquarters.• TheCentrehasonly three(3) permanent Training Unitsin Lagos, Plateauand Deltastates. Othersareoperating on temporary sites• Thereisaneed for moreworking equipment and mobility item formovement of participants• Construction of standard officeaccommodation for staff in theTrainingUnits• Reduction in thenumber of participantsasaresult of security challengesinthecountry .• Staff training and exchangeprogrammsewith Outward BoundInternational hasdeclined.52
  54. 54. 53
  55. 55. RECOMMENDATIONS contd.54
  56. 56. RECOMMENDATIONS contd.54
  57. 57. EXPECTATIONS/DELIVERABLES FOR201355
  58. 58. Thank you!56
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