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A section of participants at the ongoing training of tutors of 'Together for a New Africa' initiative of African youth. Credit: ACI Africa

Unemployment Pushing Angolans to Desperate Measures: “Together for a New Africa” Trainee

Oct 6, 2022

Faced with the challenge of unemployment amid worrying poverty levels in Angola, young people in the Southern African country are resorting to desperate measures to cope, including drug abuse, a trainee at  Together for a New Africa (T4NA) has said.

Credit: ACI Africa

“Together for a New Africa” Youth Project Seeking to Collaborate with Local Universities

Oct 3, 2022

Plans to expand  Together for a New Africa (T4NA), a network of former students of Sophia University Institute, may include bringing universities offering leadership courses in Africa on board, an official at the Italy-based university has said.

A section of participants at the ongoing training of tutors of 'Together for a New Africa' initiative of African youth. Credit: ACI Africa

“Together for a New Africa” Cofounder Hopes Youth-led Initiative Will Yield a University

Oct 2, 2022

One of the founders of Together for a New Africa (T4NA), a network of former students of Italy-based Sophia University Institute and other young leaders committed to shaping “a new Africa”, is optimistic that the initiative will give birth to an institution of higher learning that will serve African students, allowing them to gain skills that are taught at the institution that is supported by the Focolare Movement.

A section of participants at the ongoing training of tutors of 'Together for a New Africa' initiative of African youth. Credit: ACI Africa

Catholic Project for Young Changemakers Spreads to 14 African Countries in New Cycle

Sep 30, 2022

What started four years ago as a burning desire by a handful of students of Italy-based Sophia University Institute to transfer the learning institution’s culture of unity to Africa has evolved into a gigantic initiative of young changemakers that now covers 14 African countries.