What is DAM?

DAM is a volunteer based, not for profit, initiative which is spear headed by a group of individuals who are very passionate about and committed to youth development, and improving human resources management.
DAM is for all the youth of the Sudan. It acknowledge, understand, accept and value differences among the youth with respect to religion, race, ethnicity, gender, disabilities, etc.
The mission and objectives of DAM are meant to demonstrate the power of youth development in community development, in economics and in bettering the lives of people disparities in Sudan, and the importance of the role of human resources management in social and economic development.


  • develop social, ethical, emotional, physical and cognitive competencies and achieve their full potential.
  • Help the youth develop abilities to:

    • Master skills, leverage enablers, utilize tools that enable them grow in self-knowledge and achieve success in life.
    • Help the youth to be able to guide or direct others on a course of action, develop their leadership competence.
    • Assess their personality vis-à-vis entrepreneurship as well as their mind set and predict the likely of their success as entrepreneurs.


  • Prepare the youth to:

    • Meet the challenges of adulthood and achieve their full potential.

    • Participate in community life and practice leadership.

  • Assist the youth in determining their fit with entrepreneurship, assess their entrepreneurial competencies and develop their entrepreneurial potential.

  • Create a network of professionals, partners and supporters committed to developing Sudan’s human resources management.


  • Be the leader who inspires the Sudanese youth and the human resources management community to dream more, learn more, do more to be a business leader


The potential impact of DAM:
  1. The youth are developed and encouraged to take charge of their lives and the improvement of the quality of their lives.
  2. Youth who are who are connected to positive adults and peers are less likely to engage in risky self-defeating behaviors.