By La Banque mondiale, Jun, 2012
Préparé juste avant le Printemps arabe, ce rapport anticipe les demandes d'inclusion sociale et économique formulée par les jeunes Marocains en particulier après Février 2011. Depuis lors, ces demandes ont été amplifiées et ont atteint un nouveau niveau d'urgence. Cette étude adopte une approche mixte combinant une analyse quantitative et une analyse qualitative et institutionnelle.
By The World Bank Group/International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), Jun, 2012
This policy note, based on the Morocco Household and Youth Survey (2009-10), analyzes the aspirations of young Moroccans aged 15 to 29 years, their economic and social circumstances, as well as the institutional factors that hinder their economic and social inclusion. This study adopts a mixed method approach combining an innovative quantitative instrument with qualitative and institutional analysis.
By DFID, Apr 2, 2014 01:47pm
The Guide is intended to provide an accessible operational resource to help put the M4p approach into practice.
The Guide is the third in a trio of documents about the Making Markets Work for the poor (M4p) approach. The first – the Synthesis – introduces the approach. The second – the Perspectives – explores the application of M4P in a number of different fields. The emphasis of the Guide is on how to implement M4P, but it builds on the first and second documents and assumes that the reader has some familiarity with them.
By Yasemin Saltuk, Amit Bouri, Abhilash Mudaliar and Min Pease from JP Morgan and Global Impact Investing Network, Jan, 2013
By IFAD, 2013
Awareness is growing of the importance of young people to the future of rural communities. In recent years the number of projects targeting young rural people has grown, but more needs to be done. These initiatives can be expanded by developing more systematic approaches to integrating youth issues into rural development projects and programmes.
By Nicole Goldin, Henrietta H. Fore and Aaron Williams from Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jan 23, 2014
Reposted here with permission from CSIS
Original Posting Date: Jan 23, 2014
This commentary is a follow-up to the CSIS Chevron Forum on Global Youth Workforce Development on January 15th, which the authors participated in. The video of the event can be watched here.
By Justin Sykes from Silatech, Sep 4, 2013
Justin Sykes is the Director of Microenterprise at Silatech (www.silatech.com) In providing financial and technical assistance to financial institution partners across the Middle East and North Africa, Silatech has developed a strong track record on youth products and services programs becoming the Arab region’s largest provider of youth focused programmatic support.
By Laura Munoz and Jules Théoneste Ndahayo from UNCDF and UMUTANGUHA Finance, Sep 4, 2013
My name is Jules Ndahayo and I have been the CEO of a Rwandan Credit union network since its inception in 2005, which is now being transformed into a microfinance company called “UMUTANGUHA Finance” (UF Ltd) to better serve its clientele. Over this time, I am proud to have witnessed how our member base grew to 59,000 depositors and 3,200 borrowers, with a strong focus on vulnerable and low income people. Sometimes people ask me where is UCU’s business case for serving youth.
By Martin Burt from Making Cents International, Sep 10, 2013
Martin Burt´s article on The “Poverty Stoplight” Approach to Eliminating Multidimensional Poverty: Business, Civil Society, and Government Working Together in Paraguay describes a practical methodology recently developed by Fundación Paraguaya. The tool allows poor families to self-diagnose their level of poverty as a first step in developing a personalized strategy to lift themselves permanently out of poverty.
By Innovations Journal, Sep 10, 2013