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August 26, 2014 ; 10:00am EST
The youth segment represents a promising market full of potential for...
September 22, 2014 ; (All day) EST
One in three people in the world live in poverty. One in five live in...
By: Isabella Troconis
Back in the 90’s, a vast majority of parents and guardians in Latin America would look down on their children if they decided to opt to become an entrepreneur instead of pursuing a career or enrolling in a University. They would think that their children had a lack of motivation for studying or they were simply not smart enough or too lazy to complete a degree. However, we have seen how this mindset has shifted during the past decade. On the one hand, governments in the Americas, such as Colombia, are enforcing laws that support entrepreneurs. On the other hand, Mexico, Chile, and Venezuela have governmental programs that motivate the youth to become entrepreneurs through local competitions... Read more
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A Bangladeshi youth employment project “From Margin to Mainstream” won one of the first prizes in a good practice contest organized by the ILO and...
FHI 360 and OpenRevolution, with funding and support from USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia...
Making Cents International initiated Youth TechConnect (formerly named “YouthTech”), a coalition of...
This document is intended to be a companion document to the Scaling Up TOOLKIT. With support from the...