Youth Hub - Preventing Youth from Irresponsible Behavior

Ages fifteen and twenty-four are crucial years in terms of development in early adulthood, and youths have numerous social and academic decisions to make during this period. Without proper social intervention, many youths are at an increased risk and more likely to suffer from irresponsible behaviours like drug abuse, suicide rates, and juvenile detentions. This stage is also characterized by higher societal pressure and the need to balance work and schooling. The NCRME supports youths through various interventions, including, education and training, sustainable employment, and mental health education.

Education and Training

Our institutions aim at providing an education system that would equip the younger adults for their future. According to our institutional policies, all youths should have access to affordable and quality education that meets their current needs and adequately prepares them for the future. According to the policies championed by our institution in the community, the education and training programs should go beyond the traditional bricks-and-mortar approach and should ensure that the learners are engaged and supported to learners. A more appropriate training and education approach will increase workshop attendance. Besides, most youths are expected to be trained more appropriately to fit the future job market; automation of jobs will be in nearly all fields. Therefore, to achieve the objectives for a more adaptable and effective training and education approach, National Resource Centre for Migrants Empowerment (NRCME) is a voice advocates for increased for student support and increased equitable access, especially in areas NRCME offers training with higher populations like remote and rural areas. Generally, the objective is to support the youths throughout their education and training journeys and their transition to formal employment.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Youths between 15 and 24 years undergo serious mental issues because of the numerous decisions, leading to a series of mental health crises and psychological distress. National Resource Centre for Migrants Empowerment (NRCME) as professional volunteers that offer therapies to prevent youth self-harm, suicide, or strategies for coping with depression. Our volunteers professionals have relevant skills that help them understand the youths and deliver age-appropriate care to the youths. Through the training sessions, our staffs effectively communicate to the youths the importance of healthy activities like exercise and healthy diets. All these will ensure healthy mental well-being. Generally, therapies, sports, and physical activities are crucial to the youths since they enhance the quality of life and improve their social relationships and partnerships in the future.


Enhancing innovation is our long-term objective. According to the mission of our institution, innovation is the primary and sustainable approach for achieving success among the youths. Our programs provide youths with computer and IT training to the youths and provide them with an environment to innovate and be more creative in internet applications. The innovation programs at National Resource Centre for Migrants Empowerment (NRCME) will help marginalized youths develop life skills through the vocational training offered at our institutions. These programs are offered to all the participants at no cost. Besides, youths learn about the criminal justice system and help them promote inclusion and resilience within the community.

Youth Empowerment

National Resource Centre for Migrants Empowerment (NRCME) is mainly concerned about the socio-economic welfare of the marginalized, low-income, and disadvantaged families. Our policies consider youths in their young adulthood stage as best positioned to change the economic status of their families. This is achieved through sustainable empowerment through training and educational programs, making it easier for them to get into the job market with all the relevant skills. The various social skills offered to the students through the life-skill lessons help them better understand the community and be relevant in the job market. The skills are crucial as they can take part in substantive projects, including entrepreneurship, to boost their economic levels.