One of the most powerful ways African Youths and Women can learn and master Content Creation is to identify, ideate and implement projects that solve urgent needs and challenges to create positive impact and improve standards of living.

We are very optimistic about the future of  leadership in Africa through our DIGITAL SKILLS oriented programs.

Our Slogan is Road to 2030, Commit to 1 Goal Today, we  encourage young people to be active contributors to the SDGs and work for multiple sources of income to alleviate poverty in Africa.

A Passion for higher purpose -Amaan Africa truly adds meaning to lives

What does being a leader mean, anyway? A modern leader has self-confidence and works for a higher purpose. They embrace change and approach learning as a lifelong process. At Amaan Africa, you can develop all those qualities through volunteering. Volunteering is an extremely valuable chance for developing yourself as a future leader. We’ll give you the top 7 ways to acquire leadership skills as a volunteer in our organization

Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

When you volunteer with us, you challenge yourself to work with new people and explore new surroundings. If you want to be a great leader, that’s where you need to be exactly – outside your comfort zone. What can we learn from volunteering in the Red Cross, for example? This organization puts us in front of new challenges every single day. That’s the kind of profound experience that teaches you how to react in different situations. That’s the thing that makes you tough and ready to face any situation.

Develop Your Soft Skills

We’re mostly focused on developing professional skills. That’s great, but we’re not neglecting another important aspect. Authenticity, positivity, and confidence – those are only a few of the soft skills you can develop by being part of our organization. You develop authenticity through your daily contact with people. Volunteering gives you a chance to be positive as well. You’re doing everything in your power to make society better, and that’s the kind of positive attitude that leadership needs.

Use the Chance; Write about Your Experiences

When a professor or an employer encourages you to volunteer, they expect you to share the experience. This is a chance for you to develop exceptional writing skills. Write a working diary, every single day. You can even create a blog, where you’ll share your experience with a wider audience. Then, you’ll put those experiences together in a report with the proper format. If you don’t know how to do that, a writing service like Australian Writings can help. Writing skills are crucial for proper leadership. Today, leaders don’t call people in their offices to talk about the work. They do have meetings, but most of the communication is written. Needless to say, great leaders are also expected to write books. That’s how they establish themselves as leadership stars.

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