Why We Do It



Mladiinfo International addresses these problems with series of workshops, training, events and campaigns, thus directly contributing toward improvement of communication skills and digital competence of more than 1,500 young individuals.

Also, Mladiinfo platform offers space where youth can express their opinions through their articles in English, therefore helping them improve communication skills and build up  self-confidence and self-expression.

Moreover, Mladiinfo International actively promotes volunteering – by hosting and sending volunteers we are contributing to the society not only by spreading ideas of tolerance and positive thinking among youth but also by showing them the example that not all processes in society are solely financially driven.



Phuong Yen Hoang was one of the Asian continental winners from Vietnam who participated at MYouth 2.0 International Mobile App Camp and Business training in Ohrid, Macedonia.
“Together we created memories that I will never forget! We learned new cultures from each other, and by that I became more confident to make business connections across any borders. Moreover, the camp was the most useful and practical business training I’ve ever had”.

Participant within mYouth 2.0 project

“Being a volunteer in a country so far away from home and a culture so different than yours is literally one of the best things that could happen to a person”.

Volunteer in Cambodia within EUROASIA Volunteering assistance program.

“Yes We Care’ Project has introduced me to different young brains and mentors from Europe and Africa where massive experiences in social business entrepreneurship development have been shared. The project and Mladiinfo has empowered me in engaging with young entrepreneurs with social ideas, those who were operating social business, relevant players, free educational/career opportunities connected to social entrepreneurship in my country”.

Project partner from Uganda in Yes We Care

“I came across Mladiinfo for the first time back in 2008 when I was looking for a scholarship. After following the organization for many years, in 2014 I established the contact between Mladiinfo and the NGO I was active in at that time. After a couple of months I was invited for a training in Skopje, where I discovered the whole universe of Erasmus+ and the opportunities it offered to young people. I’m very thankful to Mladiinfo for the opportunity to visit the beautiful country of Macedonia. During the training I met many charismatic and determined young people from the Balkans and the rest of Europe”.

Participant at partnership building activity in Skopje

The internship in Mladiinfo helped me realize how much valuable service and information Mladiinfo is providing to the youth from all over the world and shapes their future and life’s.

Former intern and volunteer in Mladiinfo International

I am happy I had the chance to meet other young people and organizations from Europe who work together to create better tomorrow for the youth, said Marija.

Participant at a training course for Youth Information Ambassadors

After my first project with M!, I have continued my path through learning, exchange and upgrading my skill set. It was, and it still is, a hell of a ride.

Participant at Youth Forum: Refugees and Migrants in the New Media in South-East Europe and Central Europe

Nada was one of the participants of the Youth Forum: Refugees and Migrants in the New Media in South-East Europe and Central Europe. “This forum helped me a lot, especially for meeting new people and creating a strong network. With some of them i have also build an amazing friendships. One the other side, through Mladiinfo’s web platform I was able to access different opportunities suitable for me and for my friends, from whom I got very positive feedback”.

Speaker at Youth Forum “Refugees and Migrants in the New Media in South-East Europe and Central Europe

Thanks to Mladiinfo, last year I had the opportunity to participate in one youth exchange in Croatia. I am grateful that I had the opportunity to be part of that event, together with other young people from Europe, to socialize with them and to learn about new cultures and share mine.

Youth exchange participant in Croatia