We are excited to be back for this new decade year 2020 of serving and making a difference. We welcome our youth, valued business customers, sponsors and partners to the beginning of this business year 2020.
TYEE Office is now open for business and normal. We look forward to continue serving you and to raising the bar of our service deliveries in Tonga to meet our customers needs. We are listening to your feedback and recommendations. We are committed to investing in our Team2020 so that we are enabling a workable, innovative, sustainable and quality value-customers driven service environment in which we hope it will enable us to pay it forward.
We thank you for all your support, contributions and collaborations throughout the past five years of our work here in Tonga. Without you, we would not be able to arrive at where we are today. Let us continue to give Hope. Let us have Hope and let us pay it forward to our young generation of today and tomorrow, economy, environment and the future we want to see in Tonga.
For the new visitors' information, TYEE Office is located here at Level 2, Fifita House Building, Mailetaha.
Be the Change!
This time of year carries different meanings for different people. For me, I especially value and enjoy spending time with my husband and our families. It is also a time of hope when youths, businesses, neighbours and communities unite to show local love and support by helping those in need.
As we come together to say farewell to 2019 and prepare to welcome a new year, it is important to reflect on what we have been able to accomplish. Because of you, TYEE local youth development programs are helping more than 1,300 local youth school leavers and residents access the critical support services they need to thrive. Specifically, we have:
Such milestones and achievements can only be accomplished because of people like you, who stand united to advocate for change and showcase generosity through sponsorships, donations and volunteerism.
Together with you, we offer hope to our most vulnerable youth and families. This hope takes the shape of long-term solutions that battle poverty, education inequality, youth school leavers & unemployment challenges, barriers to youth being young entrepreneurs and change-makers, climate change and offer support to those youth and their families. On behalf of the Board and Management, I personally wish you a healthy and happy 2020.
President and Director
TYEE in collaboration with Breadfruit Consulting, we are pleased to announce that we will be holding two separate workshops for Mentors and Mentees as follows on the attached flyers. Both workshops will be presented by Mr. Chris Elphick of Breadfruit Consulting.
For more details contact TYEE Office on Tel: 685-5259 / 770-6340 / 842-5259. E: email@example.com
A brief introduction to GO GREEN! a new TYEE youth-led initiative aims to encourage youth to incorporate their talents and skills for the betterment of the environment and our future by contributing to climate change through recycling of quality clothes/fashion.
GO GREEN! “our home, our future, our responsibility”
Dress up, Show up, Look good, Feel good and never Give Up!
Get involved and join the GO GREEN! movement to promote the importance of climate change and raise awareness in Tonga while contributing to our youth development programs. We aim to introduce our GO GREEN! initiative in November 2019. Stay tuned!
For more details about GO GREEN!:
GO GREEN! Team:
Lesila Tangulu (Planner) & Olive Mafi (Coordinator)
Tel: 685-5259 / 770-6340 / 842-5259 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the increased demand from our registered youth school-leavers who are struggling to make their transition from school to work. We deliver our Career & Work-Ready Training Workshops every two weeks at TYEE Youth Career Centre, Fifita House Building, Mailetaha in Nuku'alofa.
What our participating youths say;
"I feel inspired, part of it because of what I learned, but for me, most of it from the passion and desire our trainer has to run to our aid, the work done here is probably the only reason why there is still hope for a better Tonga. A good teacher gives advice but a great teacher inspires! And I believe not only I but the many more before us and still to come will undoubtedly be inspired". -O.N.Mafi.
"I've had the best week learning and growing. I also met new people and was nice to know them. I do hope youth in Tonga could know the loveliness of life being taught in this workshop. Before getting a job, knowing yourself and what you can do comes first. Learning about my vision board motivates and encourages me to do better. I know I can do greater things in life when I learn to believe in myself first." -L. Paunga
"I am a survivor because I am here. I love how the workshops were a short period of time but also very meaningful actually allowing us to leave for home more energised and determined for better days to come. Baby steps in helping ourselves and influencing others. "A job is a job" it still pays the same dollar of any other job".-S.Tau'ataina.