United Nations, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, DESA) and United Nations Development Programme, UNDP)
This report presents findings from the 2014-2016 Global Youth-SWAP Survey as well as narrative examples of the UN’s work in the field covering Brazil, China, Egypt, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Sri Lanka.
Youth entrepreneurs have called for more access to capital, but these investments are inherently risky. How can we reduce the risks associated with investing in youth entrepreneurs? Fiona Whitefield poses two solutions.