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Development Paradigms for a Volatile World

Carana Corporation

This presentation was conducted under the Enterprise Development Session: Driving Success in Value Chains to Create Enterprise Development Opportunities through Agriculture. This session presented models for youth engagement in agricultural value chains by explaining why demand-driven entrepreneur-support programs with built-in market linkages is a promising approach for promoting youth-led start-up businesses in rural West Africa. Eduardo Tugendhat presented the "Peruvian Cocoa Alliance Approach" and discussed strategies for incubating and financing young farmers in Africa.

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Macedonia Youth Employability Skills (YES)

Education Development Center

The Macedonia Youth Employability Skills (YES) Project was presented under the Cross Track Session: Effective Models & Approaches to Creating Mentoring Programs in Different Contexts. In this session, participants explored the relationship between mentorship, gender and economic opportunity, and discussed various practices that have proven to be effective in diverse contexts and with various youth populations. Erik Butler from the Education Development Center presented on the goals and strategies of the YES Project in Macedonia.

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Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment (SKYE) Project

Education Development Center, USAID

The Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment Project was presented under the Cross Track Session: Effective Models & Approaches to Creating Mentoring Programs in Different Contexts. In this session, participants explored the relationship between mentorship, gender and economic opportunity, and discussed various practices that have proven to be effective in diverse contexts and with various youth populations. Tomaisha Hendricks,Workforce Development and Private Sector Specialist at Education Development Center, presented on the goals and objectives of the SKYE Project.

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PAJE-Nieta: Mali Out-of-School Project

Education Development Center

The PAJE-Nieta: Mali Out-of-School Project was presented under the Cross Track Session: Effective Models & Approaches to Creating Mentoring Programs in Different Contexts. In this session, participants explored the relationship between mentorship, gender and economic opportunity, and discussed various practices that have proven to be effective in diverse contexts and with various youth populations. Nalini Chugani,Internal Project Coordinator at Education Development Center presented on learnings from Mali.

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A Gender-Sensitive Approach to M&E - Webinar Resource

Population Council

View this PowerPoint presented by Karen Austrian, Associate from Population Council at Making Cents International's ApplyIt! Webinar "Beyond Disaggregated Indicators: Applying Gender-Sensitive Monitoring and Evaluation to Enhance Learning" on practical examples of how gender-sensitive M&E can be done and what difference it makes for youth development programs.

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USAID, Youth Development Measurement Tools

Workforce Connections, USAID

As part of Workforce Connections' first event: The Challenge of "Soft Skills" Measurement: Toward a Common Approach, Clare Ignatowski from the USAID Office of Education shared results from a report prepared by JBS International that outlined a variety of Youth Development measurement tools.

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Competencies Connecting Youth to Work

Child Trends, Workforce Connections

As part of Workforce Connections' first event: The Challenge of "Soft Skills" Measurement: Toward a Common Approach, Child Trends’ Laura Lippman, Kristin Moore, and Renee Ryberg gave this presentation previewing a Workforce Connections initiative to develop a common conceptual framework for soft and noncognitive skills measurement in international workforce development, based on a review of empirical evidence and other relevant literature, and in consultation with key stakeholders.

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Story of EGRA: Possible Applications to Youth and Workforce

RTI International, Workforce Connections

Luis Crouch of RTI International's gave this presentation on lessons learned from the development of the Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) measurement tool at Workforce Connections' first event: The Challenge of "Soft Skills" Measurement: Toward a Common Approach. 

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Can technology deliver impact as well as scale for youth programing?

Silatech, IYF, Microsoft and Pro-invest

Explore this presentation from the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference to learn about how Arab youth are using GSM phones to get jobs, the limitations of web-based employability portals, and how the Internet can expand access to finance for young micro-entrepreneurs.

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Agriculture Enterprise Curriculum and Experiential Learning

Making Cents International

Learn about Making Cents International's Agriculture Enterprise Curriculum as presented at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference.

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