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Yesterday Today Tomorrow

A world where every individual in need is empowered through the YTT Gender Equality Education and YTT Mental Healthcare Support Programs

Young school children from different refugee schools inside Bidi Bidi participating in the

Our Impact

25.000 +
schoolchildren

1.000 +

individuals

75.000 + 
community members

received education and training on gender equality and GBV prevention

received mental healthcare and treatment

received education and training on gender equality and GBV prevention

Our Approach

The YTT Approach revolves around the profound impact of visual expressions in cultivating self-awareness and understanding, gender-equality and mental health support. This distinctive approach comprises two key pillars: the YTT Visual Language and the YTT Methodology

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School-children performing a YTT Gender-Equality song as part of the YTT school ceremony in Rwamwanja refugee settlement on the Ugandan-Congolese border

Moonlight Agnes, teacher in Bidi Bidi Refugee Settlement.

“We shall work at changing everything and at the end of the day, girls will also know their worth in life.”

Agnes Tusimire, teacher in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement.

“YTT gives us the support such as that girls can get equal opportunities as a boys."

Sharon Apolot, a teacher in Bidi Bidi Refugee Settlement.

"With YTT, parents will start treating children equally and giving them responsibilities equally."

Where We Work

In East Africa, our comprehensive program focuses on Gender-Equality Education and GBV Prevention in the refugee settlements of Bidi-Bidi, Rwamwanja, and Nakivale. This initiative is committed to addressing and transforming the difficulties faced by tens of thousands of young girls, women, and children who discontinue their education at the primary level. In the United States and Europe, our mental health support program is managed by licensed clinicians. This program utilises art therapy interventions to assist participants in coping with anxiety and depressive disorders, alleviating distress, and promoting enhanced emotional and psychological well-being.

“YTT is a game-changer”

Aluonzi Victor, teacher in Alaba Refugee Primary School, Bidi Bidi Refugee Settlement

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