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E-Learning and Enhanced Life Skills for Youth Work Readiness

AMREF and ChildFund Zambia

ChildFund International and AMREF shared the elements from the integrated ‘Zambia Nurse and Life Skills Training Program’ being implemented in partnership with the MasterCard Foundation at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. They consider eLearning through three lenses: contextual application (including rural access), partnership, and life skills enhancement.

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Bringing the e-Learning Revolution to People in Development

Creative Associates International

CreativeU, a new e-learning portals that serve youth and development workers around the world was presented at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. A revolution is underway in education and training. Explore what’s hot in e-learning and capacity building for youth.

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bKash and CellBazaar Bangladesh

bKash and CellBazaar

Kamal Quadir, CEO of bKash and Founder of CellBazaar in Bangladesh presented his innovative ways to help youth save and transfer money. Hear about CellBazaar, an electronic marketplace, that solves the market failure at the absence of reliable communication between buyers and sellers. Also learn about bKash which is dedicated to providing mobile financial services in Bangladesh, focused on serving the low income population in particular to provide convenient, affordable and reliable ways to send and receive money and to make payments.

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EMA Group: From Start Up to Scale Up

EMA Group

Maria Semina introduced participants at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference to her own business that offers technical training to young Russians.

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Tech-led Approaches to Youth Economic Empowerment

ACDI/VOCA

ACDI/VOCA discussed their success stories in Kenya using technology to create real possibilities for remote farming and the potential for larger profits for youth under the Youth Enterprise Development track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This resource will help you understand how to apply these practices to your programs, and in turn propel more youth towards greater resources and capacity building in rural communities.

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M-SHAMBA Presentation Report

Spring Break Kenya

Spring Break Kenya presented the m-shamba mobile technology for rural farmers under the Youth Enterprise Development track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference.The m-shamba platform works by providing, farmers with access to mobile phones, an opportunity to obtain information on the various crops they are dealing with directly through their phones. The information obtained includes crop diseases, best practices in farming, market sources and opportunities, and extension services that enables monitoring of the produce as well.

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Soft Skills in Youth Empowerment

TechnoServe

TechnoServe explored the question "How Do We Help Youth Build a Foundation to Unleash Their Potential?" under the Youth Enterprise Development track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. They presented data and results from the STRYDE project in Kenya that has seen great success in increasing employment and the start of personal businesses for youth.

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Going to Town: Can Rural Co-op Development Work in Nairobi City?

NCBA CLUSA International

NCBA CLUSA International presented the adaptation of their program from rural to urban Kenya under the Youth Enterprise Development track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. People often underestimate the assets that youth bring to the table, including the ability to use ICT in new and innovative ways, contributing to value chain upgrading and competitiveness. This program looks at ways youth can be successfully engaged in competitive value chains, benefiting both young people and the chains themselves.

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Learn to Grow Project

Cisco Systems and The Hershey Company

The Learn the Grow pilot project was presented under the Youth Enterprise Development Track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This project connects students from the Milton Hershey School in Pennsylvania, USA with the Fosco Demonstration School in Ghana through 'Telepresence'.

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Hershey's 21st Century Cocoa Sustainability Plan

The Hersey Company
 
The Hershey Company introduced their 21st Century Cocoa Sustainability Plan under the Youth Enterprise Development track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities conference. This plan represents the next chapter in the sector and outlines Hershey's commitment to modernizing cocoa farming and purchasing 100% certified cocoa by 2020.
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