Welcome To

Youth Bridge Foundation

Bridging Gaps For Positive Youth Development

Phone Numbers

+233 30 293 6326



Who We Are

The Youth Bridge Foundation (YBF) is an independent non-profit organization committed to youth development across the continent of Africa and the Diaspora. We strive to achieve this purpose and mandate through cutting-edge and evidence based youth research, sustained advocacy, training and mentorship.

Who we are

Ghana's most recognized youth focused civil society organisation

Join Us

Are you ready to make a difference? Be part of our Youth Volunteer Corp.

Our Impact

Find out how we are nurturing Africa's greatest asset - YOUTH

Youth Bridge Foundation’s West Africa Sub-Regional Youth Advisory Board (WAYAB)​

The Board would serve as an expansion of the Youth Advisory Board that currently leads all programmatic interventions of the Foundation. It would also be the focal point in driving and shaping youth-friendly programmatic interventions in the West African sub-region.

Conseil consultatif des jeunes de la sous-région de l’Afrique de l’Ouest – Youth Bridge Foundation (WAYAB)

Le Conseil servira d’extension au Conseil consultatif des jeunes qui dirige actuellement toutes les interventions programmatiques de l’organisation. Il sera également le point focal pour conduire et façonner des interventions programmatiques favorables aux jeunes dans la sous-région ouest-africaine.

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Our Current Projects

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Election 2024

Mind Chess

MIND CHESS is a short film that tells the story of mental health in a neve- seen- before way!

Produced by JSE Production for the Youth Bridge Foundation, MIND CHESS tells a story of mental health, family dynamics, and the journey towards healing. The film gives us glimpses of internal struggles: overwhelming despair, desperate cries for help, and futile attempts to find solace. The short film also raise awareness of the prevalence of mental health among youth and avenues for addressing it.

Story by : Alyssa Buabeng- Frimpong

Starring: Louis Lamis – Father
Pearl Darkey- Mother 
Mawuena Azumah – Daughter

Peace & Security
Peace And Security
Duapa Reforestation Project
Educate To Innovate With STEM
Tullow STEM Radio School
Access to Justice
Access to Justice
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Policy Brief

This policy brief provides an overview of the issues surrounding youth participation in governance and electoral processes in Ghana and proposes key factors that can contribute to stability and development in this area. Ghana has a large youthful population, with 73.7% of the population falling below the age of 35 years. However, youth participation in political and electoral processes remains low, with less than 2% of the 275 -member Parliament falling within the 21-35 age range. This marginalization of the youth population creates a risk for social unrest
and conflict. To address this issue, the government of Ghana and other stakeholders need to implement various initiatives to enhance youth engagement, civic education, and youth representation.

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Local Governance


Access To Justice


Puzzled TV Series - Behind The Scenes

Puzzled TV Series


African Youth And Governance Convergence -Solving the African Map Puzzle


Our Partners

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