BENEFITING: VISIONS MADE VIABLE
Many young people entering cooperate world lack their concern of civic responsibility and the importance of civic engagement to enhance good governance, citizenship concern, fare trade and sustainable development. In August 2010, Global PACT Trainers will arrive in Zambia to train 25 Young University Graduates, to become trainers’ civic responsibility of young people in Zambia. Global PACT (GPACT) is an International Network of global citizens building young citizens to solve different problems in their communities, nation and world at large. A successful Global PACT training Program costs about $90 000 and take a period of 18 – 24 months with four to five (4 - 5) visits by GPACT trainers. The first training taking four weeks leaves 25 young citizens at grassroots to start training other young citizens of their responsibility and opportunities in creating a better society. At the end of this training program, each trained candidate takes on a project or joins others in running a global PACT Zambia to instill positive civic responsibility in young citizens. This is a noble call for each member of society, government, private and non profit making organizations to necessitate proactive youth and civic responsibility by engaging to support building this network in Zambia.