CEEDAY (Canadians Enabling the Education and Development of African Youth) is a project of Accountable Development Works, a Canadian organization that fosters accountable grassroots development work in several countries.
CEEDAY is a group of Canadians and Burundians dedicated to empowering children and young adults in Africa who have experienced the trauma of war and ethnic violence.
Our vision is to help equip, not only the youth of Burundi, but whole communities as they use their creative resources to shelter, care for and educate youth at risk.
Who we are:
Jackson Quincy Nahayo CEEDAY director
Jackson experienced war first hand as a child. Separated from his family in Burundi by ethnic violence, Jackson fled to Zambia. As a teen he immigrated to Canada and began looking for ways to provide a better future for others in Burundi with stories like his.