Who We Are
Youthspark Pan African Development Foundation is a nonprofit youth organization that is building and empowering a community of young leaders and change makers across Africa through transformation and character development programs. The organization prides in the excellent capacity to reach out and mobilize innovative youth leaders across Africa to identify and solve problems that affect their lives.
Through our various initiatives, we have engaged youths, women and top leaders to identify solutions to ravaging socio-economic challenges towards a more effective and sustainable social impact.
A world of youth empowered to contribute to societal development and nation building.
To promote impactful leadership development of young people through mindset reorientation, social behavioural change and entrepreneurship programs.
We are obsessed with doing the right thing, take responsibility and take pride in what we do.
We recognize and celebrate the power of a group and support each other to achieve set objectives.
We are committed to exceeding expectations and being the best.
We share real thoughts, opinions and express our emotions in order to make you better.
The organizational structure of Youthspark Pan African Development Foundation consists of a Board of Trustees numbering about 7 reputable individuals across various disciplines.
The organization’s management team is made up of the Executive Director, a Program Manager, an M&E Officer, Finance & Admin Manager, Project Coordinators for each thematic focus area and volunteers. We currently have 47 volunteers across 13 African countries. Our team members are regularly trained and possess the required capacities to carry out assigned tasks
Our corporate Head Office is located in Nairobi, (Kenya), Lagos and Ebonyi States (Nigeria).
Raymond Okpani (Nigeria)
Susan Sagina (Kenya)
Precious Nwadike (Nigeria)
Ifeanyi Nwonu (Nigeria)
head web developer / digital
Benjamin Oti (Nigeria )
IT Support, Graphics
Aboki Kanadi Ali (Nigeria)
HEAD OF COMMUNICATION
Chris Okpani (Nigeria)
Catherine Iheme (Ghana)