The Pegasus Project in favour of a Youth Employment Decade is still attracting supporters around the planet, proof that the labour future of young people is a matter of concern that transcends race and religion. Within the broad catalogue of entities that are actively collaborating with this initiative, the support from Africa is especially significant. Organizations based in Morocco, Chad, Nigeria, Togo, Ghana, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Congo, Tanzania, Zambia, Cameroon, Gabon, Central African Republic and Benin have already joined the project promoted by the Novia Salcedo Foundation. As a result, the number of protests in these countries calling on world leaders to move from words to deeds is on the increase. Millions of young people are hoping to get a job with view to building their own future.