Annex V: Participating Organizations in 2011 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference

Academy of Entrepreneurship (USA), Buchholz High School Georgetown University (USA)
Alamo Colleges (USA) Jackston State University (USA)
American Institutes for Research (USA) Pennsylvania State University (USA)
American University (USA) Talloires Network, Tufts University (USA)
Bridgemont Community and Technical College (USA) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (USA)

Bilateral/Multilateral International Development Agencies
Commonwealth Secretariat (UK) United Nations Capital Development Fund (USA)
Global Fund for Youth Investment, The World Bank Group (USA) United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (USA)
Inter-American Development Bank (USA) United Nations Industrial Development Organization (Austria)
Multilateral Investment Fund, Inter-American Development Bank (USA) United Nations Population Fund (USA)
International Finance Corporation, The World Bank Group (USA) United Nations Agency for International Development (USA)
The World Bank Group (USA)  

Financial Service Providers
Capital Bank (USA) MicroSave (India)
Central Bank of Nigeria (Nigeria) Palestine Monetary Authority (Palestine)
Equity Bank (Kenya) Ryada Financial Services - CHF International (Palestine)
Microfund for Women (Jordan) Shore Bank International Ltd. (USA)

Aga Khan Foundation Canada (Canada) Kauffman Foundation (USA)
Citi Foundation (USA) The MasterCard Foundation (Canada)
Competitiveness Support Fund (Pakistan) The TK Foundaiont (USA)
Enterprise Uganda (Uganda) United Nations Foundation (USA)
Forward Internet Group Foundation (UK)  

Afghanistan Youths National and Social Organization (Afghanistan) Education Association for China Tomorrow (USA)
Aflatoun (Netherlands) Education Development Center (USA)
Africare (USA) Education for Employment Foundation (USA)
Al Majmoua (Lebanon) EMpower Foundation (USA)
Appui au Developpement Autonome (Luxembourg) Everybody's Somebody (USA)
ASAP Africa (USA) FHI 360 (USA)
BRAC-Bangladesh (Bangladesh) Fondation L'Athletique D'Haiti (Haiti)
BRAC-Tanzania (Tanzania) Freedom from Hunger (USA)
Business Support Center Kosovo (Kosovo) Fundación E (Mexico)
CAMFED (USA) Hands Empowering the Less Privileged (Sierra Leone)
Canada WorldYouth (Canada) Innovations in Civic Participation (USA)
Catholic Relief Services (USA) Institute of International Education (USA)
Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (USA) International Business Leaders Forum (UK)
CHF International (USA) International Center for Research on Women (USA)
ChildFinance International (USA) International Development Exchange (USA)
ChildFund International (USA) International Rescue Committee (USA)
Children International (USA) International Research and Exchanges Board (USA)
Clinton Global Initiative (USA) International Youth Foundation (USA)
Count Me In (USA) Inveneo (USA)
Counterpart International (USA) Junior Achievement Worldwide (USA)
Educate! (Uganda) Joven 360 (El Salvador)
LivelyHoods (Kenya) Search Institute (USA)
Lua Nova (Brazil) Social and Economic Entrepreneurship Organizations (USA)
Mennonite Economic Development Associates (Canada) Solar Sister, Inc. (USA)
Mercy Corps (USA) Southeast Tennessee Development District (USA)
Microfinance Opportunities (USA) Street Kids International (USA)
National 4-H Council (USA) Swisscontact (Switzerland)
Navsarjan Trust (India) TakingITGlobal (Canada)
New America Foundation (USA) TechnoServe (USA)
New Era (Nepal) The SEEP Network (USA)
Opportunity International (USA) Universal Outreach (Canada)
Plan International (USA) Vanavevhu--Children of the Soil (Zimbabwe)
Population Council (USA) Women's Refugee Commission (USA)
Project Hope (USA) Women's World Banking (USA)
Religious Organizations Council of Burundi (Burundi) World Council of Credit Unions (USA)
Restless Development (UK) World Vision (USA)
Retrak (UK) Y Care International (UK)
RTI International (USA) Youth Business International (UK)
SAGE Zambia (Zambia) YouthAssets (USA)
Save the Children (USA) YouthBuild International (USA)