Welcome To

Youth Bridge Foundation

A  youth focused NGO working to equitably harness the potentials of the youth by equipping them with appropriate capacity, platforms and resources that shall enhance their socio-economic and mental well being; and to advocate for inclusion and responsiveness to youth development needs and rights by those responsible for upholding such rights.

AYGC 2021
Virtual Convergence

Theme : Forging A Connected African And Diaspora Youth Front In The Covid-19 Recovery Agenda

25th - 27th August 2021

#LetsGoPlanting #GreenGhanaDay #GreenGhanaProject #5MillionTrees

Green Ghana Project

June 11, 2021

The Youth Bridge Foundation together with its youth constituents pledges to protect the environment by joining the National Campaign to plant 5 million trees on Friday 11th June 2021.

Some of Our

Green Ghana Project

#YouthMatter in protecting our environment so #LetsGoPlanting.

Raising Female Heroes in STEM - A multi-stakeholder partnership

Now more than ever, COVID 19 has stressed the need for countries to invest in the human capacities of its youth of which girls are a part of. Girls with dreams become women with visions. We highlight Emmanuella Blay Andoh, a Young female in STEM and other female beneficiaries of Tullow’s #EducatetoInnovatewithSTEM​ Project. Through the multi-stakeholder partnership between Tullow-YBF-Mastercard-GES, she is realizing her dream of becoming a Computer Engineer.

Educate To Innovate With STEM

Education in Crisis

In the wake of COVID – 19, the EDUCATE TO INNOVATE WITH STEM PROJECT had to find an innovative way of ensuring that education continues in the crisis. The Tullow STEM Radio School, Mobile STEM Clinics and Safe School Model implemented by the foundation made this possible. As schools reopen, let us collectively through hard work and resilience build the human capital development of our children

Our Initiatives

Puzzled TV Series - Behind The Scenes

Puzzled TV Series



Access To Justice


Youth Vote Campaign

Youth Vote

#YouthMatter #FirstTimeVotersGH #YouthParity

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Youth And Elections

First Time Voters Campaign

Youth First Time Voter's Campaign

Keeping The Electoral Cycle Running

Youth aged 18-21 years, are some of the most important Ghanaians to show up on Election Day because they represent the newest voices making their wishes for the government known. In 2020, voters aged 18-21 years represented 15.5% of the total voter population, their voices had the power to enact great change at the polls. But learning about how the governance process works pre, during, and post-elections  can be overwhelming
Post-elections advocacy and mentorship enhances participation and strengthens accountability

Our Partners

Our Partners

Join our Youth Volunteer corp 

Youth Bridge Builders | Youth Bridge Alliance

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