Promoting young women in leadership
Building character by example
Engaging youth in the arts
BYAC is preparing for its fifth annual summer camp beginning on June 20th!
BYAC launched an income-generating business in February 2016 with the help of funds raised by David Meacham and his home church.
Together with his church and friends, David Meacham has raised almost $10,000 for BYAC’s income generating activities and programs. David Meacham is a retired…
I wonder if there is an awareness among African youth that things are not right, that it is not normal that they live in such desperate conditions and that they deserve better. I wish to see this awareness among the youth at BYAC. Beyond the activities that BYAC organizes, it gives a platform for such reflections.Elie Bibeyi
BYAC is an incredible organization working to affect change from the grassroots up. I feel lucky to work with an organization that is creating leaders for Congo’s future.Claire Bros
BYAC is a bright star of Christ in the heart of Bukavu, Congo DR. Serving the needs of others as young adults, growing in the Lord’s ways. I am so blessed to be a small part in their journey.David Meacham
BYAC has played a very important role in my life because through its objectives and mission, my life has taken a different course. I’m grateful for the day I first joined BYAC. It has given me a special gift: to be a leader everyday. Long live BYAC.Godelive Sainzoga
Bukavu Youth Action Center (BYAC) has the vision to develop youth leadership through arts and communication. BYAC has three core programs:
-Seeds of Hope: program focused on leadership development to children ages 10-12.
-Youth for Change: program training youth ages between 18 -35 to be consciously engaged citizens
-Art for transformation: program aimed to creatively educate the community on responsible leadership.
To train, mentor, and empower young adults who contribute to positive community transformation.
BYAC’s facility is located on PE Lumumba street in Bukavu, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo.