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Building the Talent Pipeline: An Implementation Guide

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

This implementation guide builds on the foundation set forth in the 2014 white paper, Managing the Talent Pipeline: A New Approach to Closing the Skills Gap, which identified how employers could leverage lessons learned from supply chain management and apply them to their education and workforce partnerships.

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Education for the 22nd Century: How Entrepreneurs Can Help Bridge the Education-to-Employment Divide

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

What are the gaps that keep young people from moving smoothly from education to employment? And how can education-focused entrepreneurs ease the transition?

Youth unemployment is a global problem, especially in developing and emerging markets. One of the reasons for this is the mismatch between employable skills and current approaches to education. Solutions are emerging to address the gap, but this is a complex problem that requires innovation in and coordination between the public and private sectors.

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An Assessment of the Youth Employment Inventory and Implications for Germany’s Development Policy

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
  1. This study aims to provide empirical evidence for informed policy decisions by analysing the Youth Employment Inventory (YEI). The YEI is an internet-based databank created to improve the basis for evidence-based policy making. It is a worldwide stock-taking exercise of employment-related projects for youth documenting program design, implementation and results. As of May 2014, it includes 730 projects in 110 countries.
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“Screen for Success” Shared Knowledge Report

Making Cents International

The Digital Jobs Africa network is comprised of fteen of The Rockefeller Foundation's DJA grantees and partners in Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. This initiative addresses the absence of a sustainable network of organizations who offer demand-driven training for digital jobs and job placement to disadvantaged, high potential youth. It advances their common goals and facilitates the sharing of tools and methods for addressing their mutual problems and responding to opportunities.

 

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Al Amal Rural Youth Case Study

Making Cents International

With funding from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and in partnership with Silatech, Making Cents International is implementing the IFAD Rural Youth Economic Empowerment Program (RYEEP); a three-year grant to increase employment and self-employment of young people aged 15-35 in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) countries of Egypt, Yemen, Morocco and Tunisia.

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Africa Agriculture Status Report 2015: Youth in Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa

Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)

On September 25-27, 2015, the United Nations is holding a summit at which the Sustainable Development Goals and their associated targets for the next fifteen years are to be adopted. The Goals are fully integrated and indivisible, but the first three (of 17) have a direct bearing on the central theme addressed in this year’s Africa Agriculture Status Report: Youth in Agriculture.

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Toward Solutions for Youth Employment

Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE)

Unemployment in any form is a drag on an economy and society. It undercuts productivity, spending, and investment, stunting national growth. It contributes to inequality and spurs social tension. Joblessness and inactivity and the failure to tap into the economic aspirations and resources of young people carry an even higher price. Experience and increasing evidence show the significant social and economic costs of youth un- and underemployment and economic inactivity on individuals and families, and on present and future national and global prosperity and security.

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YouthSave 2010-2015: Findings from a Global Financial Inclusion Partnership

The YouthSave Consortium

Young people everywhere need support to transition successfully to a financially secure adulthood. We believe that one key to that transition is to develop sound financial habits starting at a young age. When that happens, the effects go beyond young people themselves— entire societies benefit when more citizens possess healthy financial habits.

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SKYE Project Coaching Survey Report

Education Development Center (EDC)

Coaching is not a standalone intervention. Research demonstrates that youth who have someone that encourages them and believes in their skills and abilities is in a better position to achieve their goals. Coaching is a key component of the USAID-funded SKYE Project in Guyana. The project recruits full-time coaches to support youth during the work-readiness training and in their job search.

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The Private Sector and Youth Skills and Employment Programs

Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE)

Getting youth into productive employment is an urgent policy issue for countries around the world. A successful transition to the labor force is essential for young people to be assured of success in life, but many young people encounter significant obstacles to this transition. Youth are three times more likely than adults to be unemployed; worldwide, almost 73 million youth are looking for work. In the wake of the financial crisis at the end of the last decade, the share of youth neither participating in the labor force nor enrolled in school has been increasing.

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