Life Skills Development

It is essential that all youth develop a set of core life skills to successfully manage school, work, outside interests and social relationships. From the perspective of brain development, these skills include planning, focus, self-control, awareness, and flexibility. We are not born with these skills, but everyone can learn them through practice.

Supported by UNICEF, British Embassy, British Council, U.S. Embassy, Mercy Corps, CRS, CWS, JRS, Save the Children, FIFA Foundation, Barça Foundation, Liverpool F.C., Portsmouth F.C., PFSA, SCORT, Coca Cola Amatil, Starbucks, Jawa Power & YTL, MaxPower & Navigat Energy, Smart and RYTHM Foundation, ASA Foundation programs educate and empower vulnerable male and female youth on important life skills values. Taking into consideration gender equality, diversity and inclusion, our sustainable projects prepare youth beneficiaries for the workforce by developing important life skills such as effective communication, leadership, self-awareness, empathy, critical thinking, creative thinking, decision making, problem solving and interpersonal relationships.