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  1. ‘05 Global Youth Network

  2. Global Youth Network (GYN) • About GYN • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) • Increase Communication • Collect and Disseminate Information • Build the Capacity of Youth Groups • How It All Started • Youth Vision Jeunesse 1998 • Worldwide Network for Youth: Contacts and learning • Access to update materials and information on Methods of drug abuse prevention among youth

  3. Global Youth Network (GYN) • What happened at Banff? • Drug Prevention Forum • More than 180 young people from 24 countries • Action Plan • To establish Networks of innovative youth programmes.

  4. Global Youth Network (GYN) • What happens now? • Appointment of YCAB as GYN Regional Coordinator • Network within ASEAN Countries • Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. • Who is YCAB and what does it do…

  5. Global Youth Network (GYN) • So what’s next? • >> 18 months plan • - Phase 1:Month 1-3 Recruitment of GYN members followed up by a Regional meeting in Jakarta and Capacity Building Training I. • - Phase 2:Month 4-15 Prevention Project Implementation and Capacity Building Training II. • - Phase 3: Month 16-18 Finalization of project reports followed by an Evaluation Meeting in Jakarta.

  6. Phase 1: Recruitment & Capacity Building Training I. 1. Recruitment of 20 NGOs • Criteria: >> YOUTH centric. >> Focusing on drug prevention programme/s. >> Track record (past/present programmes, clear organization status, references from various sources, annual report if applicable, awards, etc,.). >> Capacity to network. >> Communication: Internet and English speaking >> Deadline for submission: 12 October 2004. • Selection: >> Max 2 NGOs per country. >> If certain NGO do not respond after being selected, a second choice would be contacted.

  7. Phase 1: Recruitment and capacity building training I. • Regional Meeting in Jakarta by end of OCTOBER 2004: >> Introductory meeting & Commitment. >> Capacity-building training I: Proposal writing, Budgeting, Project implementation, Research and Development, Media Campaign, Evaluation and Report writing, Project Sustainability. >> Brain Stormingfor a 12-month prevention project/s from each country.

  8. Phase 2: Project Implementation • Implementation of the 12-month- Action Plan. • Youth oriented prevention programmes. • Monthly report to the Coordinator • Coordinator provides monthly e-newsletter to all members to share methods and better solving problems. • Capacity building training II.

  9. Final phase: Report and Regional Meeting II. • 2nd regional meeting in Jakarta • Report and presentation from each NGO • Evaluation and Assessment • Effective Prevention Methods • Stronger and wider networks • Closing

  10. Application and Contacts • Global Youth Network United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Address: P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, AustriaFax:+43-1-26060 5928Email: youthmail@unodc.org www.unodc.org/youthnet • Yayasan Cinta Anak BangsaGreenville Maisonette FC/5 Jakarta Barat – 11510 Indonesia Tel: +62 21 5696 2345 Fax: +62 21 5696 9220 Email: ycab@ycab.org www.ycab.org