AFOMA, is a social impact organization leveraging a decentralized approach within an ecosystem designed to offer value creation for art, culture and handcrafts across the globe. AFOMA will be partnering with Youthup Global, an organization that supports and accelerates human capital development and social impact, to incentivise her members under the Utidia community service in order to empower youth in developing countries.
AFOMA supports organizations that adopt a token based rewards system to drive social and corporate responsibility, activity engagement, performance and creativity through the AFOMA Partner Rewards program. With this partnership, AFOMA will offer 2 Million AFOMA Tokens (which will be equivalent to $20,000 USD) as a grant to incentivise the Utidia community service, where youth are rewarded for volunteering under YouthUp Global.
“This partnership is significant in that it will drive the visions of both organizations to empower youth in developing countries” says the Founder and CEO of AFOMA, Eric Osuorah.
On the other hand; With a tested and proven protocol, YouthUp Global is convinced that the Utidia concept (Utidia App) will be a sustainable model where young people will volunteer to acquire skills through apprenticeship and internship programs so as to achieve the United Nations Agenda 2030’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Confirming this, is the Founder and President of YouthUp Global, Dr. Faith Nwaobia who also said: “Partnering with AFOMA and leveraging the AFOMA Partner Rewards program will serve as a great motivator for the community of volunteers joining our Utidia Community Service Network of YouthUp Global in fulfillment of the mandate of Youthup Global towards providing economic empowerment to youth in developing countries”.
More than 100 YouthUp Global volunteers will benefit from this partnership. Youth empowerment in developing countries will be pivotal in addressing and solving problems associated with unemployment and skill-gap.