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Child Safeguarding in Cash Transfer Programming Tool

Save the Children, Women's Refugee Commission, Child Protection in Crisis Network, Cash Learning Project (CaLP)

Provides personnel using Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) with advice on the child protection issues to consider during preparation, planning, implementation and monitoring of their programmes. Produced in collaboration between Save the Children, the Women's Refugee Commission, the Child Protection in Crisis Network, and the Cash Learning Project (CaLP).

Resource Type: 
Report

Youth Loan Products: Assessing the Impact of Product Features and Financial Education in Morocco

MEDA, MasterCard Foundation

This study is the second in MEDA’s ‘YouthInvest Praxis Series’ - a group of reflective publications developed over the course of the YouthInvest (YI) project in Morocco and Egypt to assess the impact of MEDA’s interventions in order to learn from and strengthen them.

Resource Type: 
Report

A Chance for Change: Child and Youth Finance and the Post-2015 Agenda

CYFI

“A Chance for Change: Child and Youth Finance and the Post-2015 Agenda” was organized by CYFI with the support of UNCDF on the 23rd of May, 2014 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The meeting featured high-level stakeholders and was attended by 341 participants from 90 countries, including ambassadors and representatives of 43 permanent missions to the UN.

Resource Type: 
Report

InterAction Forum 2014

ORGANIZER: 
InterAction, AIYD
DATE: 
Jun 10, 2014 (09:30am) to Jun 13, 2014 (05:30pm)

Taking place from June 10-13, 2014.

Higher Education and the World of Work

ORGANIZER: 
SID
DATE: 
May 21, 2014 (10:00am to 11:30am)

How do students gain formal work experience during their post-secondary experience before making the transition to formal employment? What are best practices for gaining work experience that prepare students with the soft and hard skills needed to be successful in their professional lives? Join us for a conversation with experts to discuss best practices and lessons learned from current models from around the globe.

Moderator:

Joyce Warner, Senior Vice President, Chief of Staff, IREX

Panelists:

Employment Generation in Rural Africa: Mid-term Results from an Experimental Evaluation of the Youth Opportunities Program in Northern Uganda

Innovations for Poverty Action

Can cash transfers promote employment and reduce rural poverty in Africa? Will lower youth unemployment and poverty reduce the risk of social instability? We experimentally evaluate one of Uganda’s largest development programs, which provided thousands of young people nearly unconditional, unsupervised cash transfers to pay for vocational training, tools, and business start-up costs. Mid-term results after two years suggest four main findings.

Resource Type: 
Report

2014 SEEP Annual Conference: Scaling Impact in Inclusive Market Systems

ORGANIZER: 
The SEEP Network
DATE: 
Sep 22, 2014 (All day) to Sep 25, 2014 (All day)

Innovation in Savings Groups: Practices & Possibilities
Presented by The MasterCard Foundation

Tuesday, September  23

2014 High level Stakeholders and Youth Meeting at the UN

ORGANIZER: 
Child and Youth Finance International
DATE: 
May 23, 2014 (All day)

Social and Financial Inclusion for Children and Youth

 

PWC's Earn Your Future: Empowering Future Leaders With Financial Literacy

Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP (PWC)

Through the five year Earn Your Future commitment, PWC is investing $160 million — $60 million in cash donations and one million PwC volunteer service hours — to address youth education with a focus on financial literacy. This report presents "Why It Matters," the program's one-year impact, and the different "Earn Your Future" programs offered.

Resource Type: 
Report

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