The Youth Initiative for Land in Africa (YILaA) was formed in accordance with the law 1901 which relates to; the constitution and regulation of Associations, the declaration of the Heads of State and Government of the African Union on land issues and the youth. Its main headquarters are in Benin (Porto-Novo).
This platform is a framework for meeting, networking, information, exchanging experiences and developing the interests of young people to land governance which promotes development in Africa.
Why work with us ?
We value the potential of young people for land governance; create the synergy of action between youth associations to become an international Youth network for the promotion and protection of the rights of young people; help young people identify and benefit from opportunities relating to state projects and support training and research for young people in the land sector.
The Mission of Yilaa is to mobilize, empower, defend and present the youth to policies and projects in their bit to own and have access to land.
Independence, civics and patriotism leadership, innovation, political neutrality, diversity, volunteering, solidarity, openness and quality of human resources and easy membership.
Contribute to emancipation, socio-professional integration and economic empowerment of the youth by facilitating their access and development of land resources through innovation projects which will strengthen the economic fabric of African States.
More than 10 Years
We work with ambitious leaders who want their future to be successful and help them achieve extraordinary outcomes.
Our renowned coaching programs will allow you to:
- Countrries Assistance for Youth Land Access Political
- Check and manage all opportunities for youth land acess
- Assist young people for reseach
- Planning the best training programm or scholarship for land domain
- Contribute to Africa Development
- Evaluate the capacity of youth land management in africa contries.
Our team of professionals includes Land consultants, executive coaches, agriculture professionals, and more.