The youth of today are designing the South Africa of tomorrow, but sadly many young South Africans lack proper guidance and support as well as basic life-skills training, which is critical to building a sustainable future for themselves and the generations to follow. Furthermore, they stare a range of social pressures and challenges in the face, just waiting to derail them off course.
In light of Youth Month, the WNS Cares Foundation through its Youth4Change Movement seeks to highlight the power of positive interventions to educate, empower and enrich South African youth.
This is according to Megan Meredith, Corporate Social Investment Manager for WNS South Africa, who says that the Youth4Change Movement aims to help young South Africans bring about much-needed positive change within their own school or community, for their own peers and through their own efforts.
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