History

“Youth Foundation of Bangladesh (YFB) is a non-govt. non-profitable and nonpolitical voluntary Youth organization. It was established in 19th October 2009, with the initiation from a group of young minds who are social oriented, aim to confirm youth engagement in the relevant of social aspect, youth development, youth self-actualization, to change the socio-economic, exchange culture, aware people to change and develop country as well as better Bangladesh”

YFB Principle
To involve the youth in the mainstream of sustainable development process. Confirm Youth Engagement toward SDGs through social activity, skill development, learning session and capacity building. Learning & Sharing tolerance, understanding, solidarity and cooperation among young men and women irrespective of race, sex, language, religion or political orientation. Collect & Promote the interchange of ideas between youth of all countries. To transform the unemployed youth into organized, disciplined, productive and proactive workforce. To facilitate the unemployed youth for self- employment/wage employments at home and abroad providing skill development training and micro-credit support. Engaging different sector in order to confirm Corporate Social Responsibility with their higher satisfactory business cooperation.  Facilitate the collection of information about the needs and problems of youth. Disseminate information about the methods, techniques and activities of youth organizations.
Our Vision….

“Empowering Youth for the Sustainable Future.”

YFB is completely youth based organization. Our aim is to unite youth and to build their living meaningful. Every youth have the ability to change the social, environments thus make a strong impact but first by changing thyself. It is youth’s responsibility to build the foundations of social atmosphere. Our vision is to awake up the perception of social responsibilities in every youth of the world. If it is achieved, then youth will bring peace and happiness thus build a sustainable world for the future generations.