Welcome to YouthWave

Youth Wave is an innovative youth-led NGO working on HIV and AIDS, SRHR, Mental Health and advocacy on youth development.


To develop capacity of the next generation of leaders especially adolescent and youth and make their voice heard


A global village where young people live their dreams and lead change.


We believe to inspire and empower the youth to have the power to solve the world’s toughest challenges using innovative solutions in sustainable way

We are operating nationwide with district footprints with community led youth NGO's and networks.

Peer Education Strategy

Peer education is a tested and proven methodology to provide young people, particularly those in marginalized communities. We use peer education to train young leaders to have knowledge and skills so that they can effectively respond to community challenges.


Partner with Us

The drive to work together to leverage synergies and core support for youth-led organizations working in communities on the needs of young people and provide technical and financial support to community-based services that focus on youth. Spearheading a bold movement of young leaders who collaborate and coordinate activities to generate impact.


Digitial Reach


Trainings Conducted


Thematic Areas


Our Team

HIV and SRHR integration

HIV and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) share common root factors on poverty, gender inequality, gender-based violence, barriers to access services, and stigma and discrimination. These severely affect young people.

Mental Health

It's hard enough to experience mental health problems, without having to face the judgment, shame and isolation that often surround them. That's why our strategic approach is to break the cycle and end mental health discrimination among the youth in all fronts.

Gender Equality

Gender equality benefits everyone, which is why it has been nominated as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal number five. Sustainable development relies on ending discrimination toward women and providing equal opportunities.