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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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A Ganar

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Partners of the Americas

Led by Partners of the Americas, A Ganar (Vencer in Brazil) is a youth workforce development program wrapped up in a soccer ball. By utilizing soccer and other team sports to help youth in Latin America, ages 16-24, find jobs, learn entrepreneurial skills, or re-enter the formal education system, A Ganar combats the serious problem of youth unemployment.

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The Garissa Youth Project (G-Youth)

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Education Development Center (EDC)

The Garissa Youth Project (G-Youth) is designed to create enabling environments that empower youth in different ways through a youth-owned, youth-led model.  The project supports youth in designing and managing initiatives that improve economic and social opportunities for themselves and their communities, enables increased numbers of Garissan youth to have greater access to livelihood opportunities and the world of work, increases youth retention and transition to secondar

Mali Support to Youth Entrepreneurs Project, PAJE-Nièta

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Education Development Center (EDC)

PAJE-Nièta (Projet d’Appui aux Jeunes Entrepreneurs or Support to Youth Entrepreneurs Project) is a five-year youth development initiative funded by USAID/Mali’s Basic Education and Accelerated Economic Growth divisions. The project works to provide 10,000 rural, out-of-school youth with improved basic education, work readiness and technical training, social and leadership development, and accompaniment towards livelihood activities. Nièta means "progress" in Bambara, a Malian language.

Inclusion of Vietnamese with Disabilities Project

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

CRS Vietnam supports the growth of inclusive education by encouraging enrollment of children with disabilities in regular schools and training teachers on inclusive education methods. CRS has developed a comprehensive model of inclusive education, vocational training and job placement for children and youth with disabilities. In the current Inclusion of Vietnamese With Disabilities project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development through 2010, CRS works with the Vietnamese Ministry of Education to expand inclusive education practices.

The Adolescent Girls’ Advocacy & Leadership Initiative

Organization(s)/Affiliation(s): 
Public Health Institute

The Adolescent Girls’ Advocacy & Leadership Initiative aims to strengthen advocacy and leadership capacity within Latin America and Africa to improve socio-economic and educational opportunities for adolescent girls, increase girls’ access to quality sexual and reproductive health services, and to empower young women to advocate for policies and programs that respond to their own needs.

 

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