REALIZING THE POWER OF YOUTH POTENTIAL

Globally, youth are growing up in a landscape that demands they see the world differently. They are more connected, more innovative, and more determined to see a significant change in their communities. They’re also likely to live life a little differently than previous generations; the result of new technology, contemporary schools of thought and an unstable economic climate.

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REALIZING THE POWER OF YOUTH POTENTIAL

Globally, youth are growing up in a landscape that demands they see the world differently. They are more connected, more innovative, and more determined to see a significant change in their communities. They’re also likely to live life a little differently than previous generations; the result of new technology, contemporary schools of thought and an unstable economic climate.

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REALIZING THE POWER OF YOUTH POTENTIAL

Globally, youth are growing up in a landscape that demands they see the world differently. They are more connected, more innovative, and more determined to see a significant change in their communities. They’re also likely to live life a little differently than previous generations; the result of new technology, contemporary schools of thought and an unstable economic climate.

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What is RPYP?

REALIZING THE POWER OF YOUTH POTENTIAL

A social media revolution is unfolding before our eyes, forever changing the way we connect. I see this whenever I travel; the young boys of Lagos preoccupied with their cell-phones; a young girl tweeting from a health-care clinic in Bogota; a young Liberian nurse taking notes on an iPad. I also see how my own children connect with friends on Facebook.

At the same time, we are living in a world faced with huge social challenges. Last year, the world reached a historic milestone with seven billion people, 1.8 billion of which are youth aged 10 to 24. And of this young population, 90 percent live in developing countries. This generation, the most interconnected generation ever, continues to grow rapidly, and the challenges they face are ever more daunting. About half of all young people survive on less than two dollars a day. More than 100 million adolescents do not attend school. Every year, 16 million adolescent girls become mothers. Almost 40 percent of the 6,800 new HIV infections each day are among young people. And every three seconds, another girl is forced or coerced to marry.

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