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- Posted on 25 May 2016

Croeso i wefan y CWVYS…

CWVYS (Cyngor Cymreig Gwasanaethau Ieuenctid Cymru) ydy’r corff cynrychiadol annibynnol ar gyfer y sector gwaith ieuenctid gwirfoddol yng Nghymru.

Yr amcanion ydy i gynrychioli, cefnogi a rhoi llais cyfunol i’w aelodaeth o fudiadau cenedlaethol a lleol yn eu gwaith gyda dros 250,000 o bobl ifanc yng Nghymru. Mae’r CWVYS yn gweithio mewn partneriaeth g asiantaethau sydd yn hyrwyddo ymarfer da mewn gwaith ieuenctid.

Eich gwefan, eich cynnwys

Mae’r wefan yma wedi cael ei adeiladu i aelodau CWVYS, os gwelwch yn dda darparwch unrhyw wybodaeth hoffech ei rannu am newyddion, digwyddiadau, adnoddau, unrhyw hyfforddiant rydych chi’n ei gynnig, a’r nod ydy ei rannu gydag eraill.

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