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HOLLA Programme
The Horn of Africa Leadership and Learning for Action (HOLLA) is a pilot programme funded by the European Union Delegation to Sudan and implemented by the British Council in partnership with a coalition of civil society actors in Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia.  Its first phase which ran from 2014 through to 2016, enabled the British Council and its partners to try and test several different approaches with a view to establishing what does and doesn’t work in relation to youth programming across the three targeted countries.  An external evaluation of HOLLA 1 was conducted between July and October 2016, the findings of which have guided this re-design of HOLLA 2, and clearly laid the foundations on which this second consolidation phase is being constructed.

It is primarily a behaviour change programme, seeking to support young women and men to increase their capability, opportunity and motivation for becoming active citizens within their communities, at national level and regionally. The innovative and piloting dimension of the programme has been its cross-country character, and its ambition to create an apex platform for young people for the region as a whole .

Main Objective

HOLLA’s goal is to ‘contribute to the promotion of peace and development by promoting the involvement of young women and men in the Horn of Africa’. Its outcome is: ‘the establishment of a capacitated, empowered, genuinely youth-led coalition for HoA through investing in young leaders from 3 countries to become more engaged in community based actions promoting community cohesion and/or development’.

Beneficiaries

Over 50,000 youth in four areas benefitted

Direct:

Female 4177 and Male 5637
Total 9,814

• Indirect:
Female 21,450 and Male: 26,350
Total 48,000
Wednesday, 03 January 2018 02:25

The story of HOLLA Sudan

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Horn of Africa leadership and learning for action (HOLLA) project aims to develop youth leaders through building their capacities and motivating them in order to come up with a generation that’s able to mobilize the community through sharing knowledge and experience and applying it on local communities and then reflecting those stories with the rest of the network in the Horn of Africa.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 17:51

About the Youth Network

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The HOLLA regional youth network consists of 950+ young leaders representing  all targeted countries in the Horn of Africa( Sudan, Ethiopia , South Sudan ) , out of 950+ , 100 young leaders are the main core group who are responsibile to co-ordinate/implement and plan all the activities the the Network in each country will be undertaking . The National Network ( in each country ) consists of 4 main clusters ( Communication & networking Cluster / Montioring and Evalaution Cluster / Capacity Building Cluster / Resource Mobilization Cluster )

Wednesday, 18 October 2017 17:49

About the Programme

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The Horn of Africa Leadership and Learning for Action (HOLLA) is a pilot programme funded by the European Union Delegation to Sudan and implemented by the British Council in partnership with a coalition of civil society actors in Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia.  Its first phase which ran from 2014 through to 2016, enabled the British Council and its partners to try and test several different approaches with a view to establishing what does and doesn’t work in relation to youth programming across the three targeted countries.  An external evaluation of HOLLA 1 was conducted between July and October 2016, the findings of which have guided this re-design of HOLLA 2, and clearly laid the foundations on which this second consolidation phase is being constructed.

It is primarily a behaviour change programme, seeking to support young women and men to increase their capability, opportunity and motivation for becoming active citizens within their communities, at national level and regionally. The innovative and piloting dimension of the programme has been its cross-country character, and its ambition to create an apex platform for young people for the region as a whole .

Main Objective

HOLLA’s goal is to ‘contribute to the promotion of peace and development by promoting the involvement of young women and men in the Horn of Africa’. Its outcome is: ‘the establishment of a capacitated, empowered, genuinely youth-led coalition for HoA through investing in young leaders from 3 countries to become more engaged in community based actions promoting community cohesion and/or development’.

Beneficiaries

Over 50,000 youth in four areas benefitted

Direct:

Female 4177 and Male 5637
Total 9,814

• Indirect:
Female 21,450 and Male: 26,350
Total 48,000