OYO

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AcronymDefinition
OYOOn Your Own
OYOOakland Youth Orchestra (California)
OYOOklahoma Youth Orchestra (est. 1977)
OYOOmbetja Yehinga Organisation (social awareness; Namibia)
OYOOpen Youth Organization
OYOOttawa YMCA/YWCA Olympians (swim team; Canada)
OYOOulun Yliopisto (Finnish, University of Oulu)
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Ombetja Yehinga Organisation Trust (OYO), FOUNDED IN 2001, AIMS TO USE ARTS AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL AWARENESS.
The OYO Dance Troupe is a branch of the Ombetja Yehinga Organisation Trust.
The Ombetja Yehinga Organisation, better known by its acronym OYO, recently celebrated its 10th birthday.
This was revealed by a study done by the Legal Assistance Centre and Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) on the beliefs and attitudes of young people towards gender, sexuality and traditions.
Ombetja Yehinga Organisation, commonly called OYO, is a Namibian nongovernmental, social welfare organization that aims to decrease the impact of HIV and AIDS among young people in Namibia, primarily in the Kunene, Erongo and Khomas Regions - using the arts to promote informed discussion about HIV and AIDS, create awareness of social issues, and
The Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) Trust, together with Save the Children, Sweden and the Legal Assistance Centre (LAC) is embarking on a new project to create awareness about the new Child Care and Protection Bill and how the Bill, should it be passed as law, would help improve the lives of thousands of Namibian children.
For almost six years, the Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) has been doing amazing work, using the arts with young people to create social awareness and decrease the impact of HIV and Aids.
The Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) was recently awarded the Special Youth Prize for the film collection 'Think Twice' at an eastern African film festival.
The Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) uses arts with young People for young people to create social awareness.
It was hosted by Ombetja Yehinga Organisation Trust (OYO) in collaboration with UNESCO.
Originally from France, Philippe directs the Ombetja Yehinga Organisation, which uses the arts to create social awareness among young people in Kunene, Erongo and Khomas regions.
Against this background, the Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) in collaboration with UNESCO, through the Fondazione Virginio Bruni Tedeschi, has embarked upon a new photographic project titled "There is no such thing".