Lighting Youth Network

Lighting Youth Network (LYN) promotes sustainable development and social integration in Nigeria, through youth empowerment and peace development.

Lighting Youth Network (LYN) multifaceted programs aim to promote sustainable development, and social integration all through youth empowerment and peace development. The youth take centre stage in our non-profit, and as they gain new opportunities that empower and lift them out of difficult economic and social situations, Africa is also empowered and uplifted.

LYN encourages and strengthens collective Social, Cultural and Environmental protection, Nutrition Religious and Interfaith Engagement Education and Youth Engagement Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention/Resolution and technological initiatives developed by youth themselves. LYN strives to remove obstacles to youth empowerment so that they have a sustainable livelihoods and successful living standards.

Our organization relies solely on charitable donations to ensure the survival, sustainability, and success of our projects. Lighting Youths’ network was founded in 2018 and incorporated in 2019 under the law of federal republic of Nigeria.

In 2019 we organized a summer camp called the PATHFINDER for 60 teens. 40 females and 20 males under the age of 10 -23 on sex education, entrepreneurship, peace building and charging narrative.

In 2020 – 2021 we have some peace and conflict resolution and Waste management collaboration training with RURCON for 60 youth of Tudun wada Area of Jos, 30 from Anguwa Hausa and 30 from Christian community. We collaborate with Jos Green Centre, RURCON and TEARFUD on Peace building and livelihood in Anglo Jos among Christian and Muslima youth, we also have collaboration with TASTE and TEARFUD on Peacebuilding and Solid waste management at Gold & Based Jos Plateau State we Trained 25 participate.


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