Map of Initiatives

Check out other initiatives around the world dedicated to building economic opportunities for young people, or add your own programmatic example today. Programs on the map are color coded according to primary area of technical intervention.

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Mama Taa Mulika Mtaa ( Slang for Women of light...lighten up your town)

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
International Finance Coperation (IFC) and Siaya Community Initiatives Network(SCOINET)

Mama taa Mulika mtaa

Project Proposal on Youth Socio-economic Empowerment Centers in Tanzania

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Children Care Development Organization (CCDO)

OpenEntryGenerating Employment for Women and Youth with Free E-commerce Catalogs on Google

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
OpenEntry.com

OpenEntry (OE) is a non-profit development organization with 13 years of experience bringing the benefits of e-commerce to thousands of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in 44 countries including Haiti, Brazil, Laos, India, Zimbabwe, Mali, Netherlands, Kenya, Bangladesh, and USA.

A United Nations Development Program evaluation of OE in Nepal (http://goo.gl/EWd4b) concluded:

European Network of Mentors for Women Entrepreneurs in Macedonia

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Business Start-Up Center Bitola (Business Incubator)

A program of mentorship to female entreprenurs.

Income Generating Program

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Ujima

Ujima asks a lot of its trainees, but has incorporated the importance of standing on your own two feet also for itself. Each training centre is linked to an income generating guesthouse. The guesthouses offer job exposure to trainees, but also generate the income needed to offer the training programme for free to its trainees.

The self-reliance concept is so important to Ujima that it is incorporated in its logo:
The best support is self-support!

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