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4,300 Moroccan Youth Find Opportunities and a Way out of Illegal Child Labor

Creative Associates International

When Laila was 15 years old, she had to leave school to help support her family by selling small goods on the streets of Marrakech. It was grueling work and she lived in fear of violence or assault.

What Does the Future Hold for Youth Savings in Ethiopia?

CGAP

A common criticism of international development work is that it is unsustainable. Grant funding dries out, the international development agency leaves, and the program or services offered phase out. What would a financial products and services program aimed at sustainability look like? A recently concluded project in Ethiopia is a promising illustration.

Financial Inclusion for Adolescent Girls – Strategic Insights from Burundi

SEEP Network

Using examples from Burundi, CARE’s POWER Africa (Promoting Opportunities for Women's Economic Empowerment in Rural Africa) team shares how innovative, community-led conflict resolution creates a foundation for sustainable and inclusive gender equality, contributing to social and financial advancement of the entire community.

The Impact of Youth Skills Training on the Financial Behavior, Employability and Educational Choice in Morocco

International Initiative for Impact Evaluation

In the context of global concerns about the economic exclusion of youth, efforts to facilitate youth access to decent jobs and financial services have become a development priority. This is particularly the case in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, where continued growth of the youth population has exacerbated pressures on education systems and labor markets. This has contributed to poor labor market outcomes for young people, increasingly characterized by high unemployment, underemployment and informality.

Economic Citizenship Education for Children and Youth

Child & Youth Finance International (CYFI)

This paper provides a comprehensive and objective overview of the current landscape of economic citizenship education for children and youth. Economic citizenship education is a holistic approach to financial education, complementing it with a focus on life skills and livelihoods. The paper includes the most important theoretical insights, principles, and frameworks. In addition, it provides an overview of the key players and current initiatives focusing on economic citizenship education for children and youth.

Research Evidence for CYFI’s Model of Economic Citizenship for Children and Youth

Child & Youth Finance International (CYFI)

Child & Youth Finance International (CYFI) started on its mission to empower all children and youth worldwide by supporting them in realizing their potential as full economic citizens in 2011. CYFI developed its model of economic citizenship together with leading academics, multilaterals, and experts in the field. Economic citizenship empowers children and youth and builds their capabilities to be successful in life through three building blocks: financial education, social and livelihoods education, and financial inclusion.

YouthConnekt Africa Sumit

ORGANIZER: 
YouthConnekt
DATE: 
Jul 19, 2017 (All day) to Jul 21, 2017 (All day)

Over the last decades, Africa has been experiencing rapid technological and economic development creating new opportunities for millions of people all over the continent. However, with more than 226 million people aged between 15-241 , Africa has the youngest population – and the highest youth unemployment rate (60%  ) – in the world.

TRAINING: Enterprise Development Program for Youth

ORGANIZER: 
The Microfinance Association
DATE: 
Aug 28, 2017 (All day) to Sep 1, 2017 (All day)

The Microfinance Association, through its Fast Track10 program, intends to work with a number of youth and microfinance institutions in G

CONFERENCE: Entrepreneurship, Financial Inclusion and Economic Development

ORGANIZER: 
LAPO Institute for Microfinance and Enterprise Development
DATE: 
Aug 23, 2017 (All day) to Aug 24, 2017 (All day)

The Conference on Microfinance and Enterprise Development (CMED) brings together academics, practitioners and policymakers from within and outside Nigeria to examine the current state of microfinance and enterprise development, with a v

UNLEASH Innovation Lab 2017 is open for applications

UNLEASH

Are you the next SDG Talent?

UNLEASH Innovation Lab 2017 is open for applications – and you are invited!

To find smarter, faster, and cheaper ways to reach the Sustainable Development Goals we need next generation solutions from bold thinkers and leaders. UNLEASH will bring 1,000 hand-picked talents from around the world together to ideate and collaborate on new solutions in Denmark from August 13th-21st, 2017.

Consultancy: Financial Capability and Entrepreneurship Training for Adolescent Girls

FHI 360

Under the umbrella of the DREAMS Initiative of the US Government’s PEPFAR support in Kenya, ASPIRES is organizing short-term technical assistance for experts in the delivery of training and follow-on support in two areas: financial capabilities and entrepreneurship. The Training of Trainers for each topic will be delivered to 10 local implementing partners who are serving the DREAMS target population of adolescent girls and young women ages 10-24 who are HIV-vulnerable in Nairobi and Kisumu (Western) province.

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CONFERENCE: Apply to Participate in the 7th UNAOC Global Forum Youth Event, April 26-27, 2016

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations

The UNAOC Global Forum is a major event organized regularly by the UNAOC, bringing together government heads of states and Foreign Ministers, prominent personalities and experts as well as current and potential partners from academia, media, the private sector, youth-led organizations and other civil society organizations. The Forum provides a global platform for discussions on intercultural dialogue and social inclusion. Past Forums have been hosted in Spain, Turkey, Brazil, Qatar, Austria and Indonesia.