About
Yunga

Formed in 2009, the Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) is a partnership between United Nations agencies, civil society organisations and other entities that work with children and young people. YUNGA is hosted by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO), an agency which leads international efforts to defeat hunger and achieve food security.
YUNGA acts as a gateway for children and youth from around the world to participate in the activities and initiatives of the United Nations. YUNGA aims to engage young people in key activities of environmental and social concern at both national and international levels. Currently YUNGA is present in 22 different countries around the world including Japan.

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Japan

Yunga Japan

The Awaji Youth Federation has been designated as the core focal point for YUNGA Japan and has the responsibility for working with other interested stakeholders and allies to spread the word about YUNGA right across Japan.
Learn more about the exciting activities that our AYF YUNGA Japan team have been involved in here YUNGA Japan.

Our latest initiative is the launch of a YUNGA Japan Ambassador Program for Japanese university students who will embark on a year long program to spread the message of YUNGA to their communities. Learn more here.

Create Your Own
YUNGA Tribe

Spreading the message is what it`s all about.
Create your own YUNGA tribe in your community to make sure that the next generation of children are even better equipped to solve the challenges of tomorrow!