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What's the DDT Toolkit: Learn more about it!

Demand-Driven Training for youth employment programs build job-relevant skills valued by employers and useful for self-employment by offering both pre-employment skills development and some form of on-the- job training.

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Taking an Evidence-based Approach to Scaling Youth Enterprises and Investments - How Can We Maximize Impact?

RISE Egypt

We often talk about the importance of supporting youth development as an economic, social and moral imperative, but how do we do this work effectively? How do we scale youth enterprises and truly know we are creating the impact we seek?

Are Labor Markets Really Local? Youth Training and Employment in Times of High Migration: Lessons from Colombia, Guatemala, and Kenya

ACDI/VOCA, RTI International, Fundacion Avina

The changing world of youth economic opportunity is heavily influenced by prevailing global trends in migration. Most workforce development (WFD) models assume youth recruitment and supports in a localized area, and training for employment in the same catchment zone.

Where's the VALUE for Youth In Agricultural Value Chains?

ACDI/VOCA, USAID, Chemonics International, Sing With Me Happily

As youth populations and unemployment swell to unprecedent

Pathways to Prosperity: Using Evidence to Understand the Different Roads to Self-Employment for Youth in Low-Resource Contexts

Save the Children, Search Institute

Does entrepreneurship education work? Is entrepreneurship education sufficient to enable young people to start businesses? What additional skills or services are necessary to enable young entrepreneurs? In this session we will provide robust evidence from six countries on the different ways in which youth can successfully become self-employed across varying rural/urban contexts.

Scaling Down, to Scale Up! Impacting 1 Billion Youth with Local Solutions to Self-Employment by 2030

Sawa World

This invigorating session will demonstrate how scaling down is necessary sometimes in order to scale up a global approach to reach millions of vulnerable youth with self-employment skills. Ten years ago, when we started, we quickly scaled up to 11 countries.

Ready-Set-Work! Lessons from Ethiopia for a Continuum of Youth Employment Pathways for Rural Youth

Save the Children, Education Development Center

The session will explore the foundations for successful integration of youth into wage and self- employment pathways.

Graduation into Sustainable Livelihoods: Creating Economic Opportunities for Extremely Poor and Vulnerable Youth

BRAC USA, CGAP, Save the Children, Trickle Up

“Graduating the Extreme Poor into Sustainable Livelihoods” has immense potential to enable extremely poor and vulnerable youth to access economic opportunities that will set them on a trajectory out of the poverty cycle.

Rural Hubs: Creating Community to Promote Youth Entrepreneurship

Oxfam

How often do you feel like you are reinventing the wheel when it comes to finding effective solutions for youth employment? How can we learn from others in a supportive, non-competitive and effective way?

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