The youth development program runs fun-filled training programs for people between the ages of 15 and 30 including students of secondary and tertiary institutions, the unemployed and people with special needs.
The objective is to improve self esteem and up-skill youths in diverse fields. This is through workshops, mural paintings, sign language classes and awareness campaigns on subjects such as poverty and the Millennium Development Goals; Youth Employment Network project (YEN) and FRIEND Art & Cultural Enterprises (FACE).
YEN mentorship training program works with unemployed youths. FRIEND trains them in job skills and works with the corporate sector for attachments and mentorship with business leaders. The youths are exposed to motivational speakers and are encouraged to take volunteer positions to gain job experience.
FACE is targeted at youths at risk. These youths are generally inclined towards creativity, hence training is provided in visual art and playback theatre incorporating music and dance.