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Youth Transitions and Financial Services: What does Policymaking have to do with it?

CGAP

What are the Goal Posts? In Search of a Business Case for Youth Financial Services was presented under the Financial Services and Capabilities track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This presentation discusses why access to financial services is especially important to young people as they transition through important life stages and what policymakers can do about it.

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Comparing Evaluation Methods for Financial Education Interventions in Africa

Citi Foundation and Genesis Analytics

Comparing Evaluation Methods for Financial Education Interventions in Africa was presented under the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Impact Assessment Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference.This presentation explores the importance and relative merits of various evaluation methodologies for financial education interventions for youth in Africa, through the experience of the DFID-funded Financial Education Fund (FEF).

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Innovative Use of Technology for Data Collection in Youth Programs

EDC

Innovative Use of Technology for Data Collection in Youth Programs was presented under the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Impact Assessment Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. Discussed in this presentation are the use of various kinds of mobile and Internet-based technology for monitoring, research and evaluation activities. Also examined are the relative merits and limitations of each type of technology. How these tools are being used in youth programming around the world, and how your organization can make use of them as well is discussed as well.

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Intel Learn: Technology, Critical Thinking and Collaboration for Youth of All Ages

SRI International

Intel Learn: Technology, Critical Thinking and Collaboration for Youth of All Ages was presented under the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Impact Assessment Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. Intel Learn, a learner-centered, project-based, hands on technology program was examined. The medium of this program is teaching underserved youth technology skills, like the Microsoft Office package – but the goal is teaching 21st century learning skills and critical thinking skills through Collaborative learning,  Projects, and presentation skills.

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Role of Technology in Entrepreneurship Training: Evidence from HP LIFE Program

SRI

Role of Technology in Entrepreneurship Training: Evidence from HP LIFE Program was presented under the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Impact Assessment Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This presentation examines evidence from evaluations of the HP LIFE program to analyze the role technology skills play in education and training program in making young people more competitive job seekers or entrepreneurs in the globalized economy.

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Iraqi Youth Initiative Presentation

Iraqi Youth Initiative of USAID-Tijara

The Iraqi Youth Initiative Presentation explores the intricacies of the Iraqi Youth Initiative, a $12 million job creation program that is operating in 15 of Iraq’s 18 provinces. The program design and implementation process that took place in a context where basic statistics, particularly on women, were few and unreliable is discussed. This was presented under the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference.

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EPAG Impact Evaluation: Preliminary Midline Results

The World Bank

EPAG Impact Evaluation: Preliminary Midline Results  was presented under the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This presentation examines how to make school-to-work programs more “girl friendly”
throughout the project cycle and discuss what works in adolescent girl programming.

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Advocating for Adolescent Girls in Africa & Latin America

Public Health Institute

Advocating for Adolescent Girls in Africa & Latin America was presented under the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This presentation discusses promising practices and concrete programming strategies, including:

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Exploring the Intersection of Adolescent Girls’ Reproductive Health and Economic Empowerment

FHI 360

Exploring the Intersection of Adolescent Girls’ Reproductive Health and Economic Empowerment was presented under the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. This presentation explores the intersection of reproductive health and economic vulnerability among adolescent girls. 

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An Experiment to Build Social, Health and Financial Capabilities of Vulnerable Girls and Boys in South Africa

Population Council

An Experiment to Build Social, Health and Financial Capabilities of Vulnerable Girls and Boys in South Africa was presented under the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Track at the 2012 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. Addressing sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescent girls through economic empowerment initiatives are discussed in this presentation. 

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