Youth participation is at the core of everything EVE does. Our objectives are to improve our environment by promoting cross-cultural exchange. These exchanges lead to ideas. EVE facilitates the conversion of these ideas into action. This action takes the form of new projects, initiatives and organizations, driven by youth. We primarily focus on youth living in rapidly changing environments.
EVE leverages technology to facilitate the launch of local ideas into global action using the combination of three elements:
Environment: One’s surroundings as a starting point for action;
Vision: Using modern digital technologies to bring ideas to life;
Exchange: Cross-cultural communication as a catalyst for learning.
In 2022 EVE will continue to drive home this mission. Years of youth internships based on principles of shared ideas have primed EVE for playing a major role in connecting our disconnected world, using forward thinking technology once again to lead to cross-cultural exchange. Using a well-honed programming model that applies the capabilities of advanced technologies, we will unleash the spirit of problem-solving youth from across Canada and around the world. If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for, apply for the internship today!
EVE’s current programs are dedicated to organizing youth exchanges and internships in remote areas vulnerable to threats caused by rapid changes in climate, health and economy. These programs concentrate on Africa and northern Canada, where our partnerships are strongest. We offer internship and participation opportunities for youth around the world.
Contact us today if you are interested in learning more.
Canadian government funded programs included:
Cree, Quebec, Ontario, Madagascar summer program
Haida, East Vancouver, Cree, Montreal, Toronto, New Brunswick Newfoundland, Madagascar, Burundi summer program
THE KICK-START PROJECT
YSC funded project, youth at risk media production
YSC funded project from, youth at risk using internet
YSC funded project refugees and homeless youth
DFAIT funded internet connectivity Madagascar’s northern national parks
CIDA funded project to create infectious disease network to prevent and manage the threat of pandemics
Parks Canada funded First Nations youth exchange with African youth in Greater Parks Ecosystems
Privately funded programs include:
THE SUNSHINE BOX PROGRAM
Providing solar power to remote schools and health clinics in Africa, primarily Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Malawi and Zambia.
THE HEALTH FOR CONSERVATION PROGRAM
Supporting Dr Nat Quansah in providing medical students with access to training in remote areas working with traditional healers to provide point-of-care health services in communities surrounding national parks and conservation areas in Africa and Madagascar.
THE KWIZERA PROGRAM
Providing mentorship and support to young African female entrepreneurs, primarily in conflict zones.
THE MAZAVA PROJECT
Connecting university researchers with infectious disease hot zones to prevent and manage the threat of pandemics and bringing diagnostics, internet and solar power to remote areas in Africa.