International Labour Organization, USAID
Generating more and better evidence on what works has been at the core of youth employment efforts over the last decade.
Chemonics International, Johnson & Johnson
What does it take to get a job in healthcare? The world needs millions more healthcare workers; employers need skilled, emerging talent; and under-served communities need access to healthcare.
Technoc Serve, Mastercard Foundation
With 10 million+ young Africans entering the workforce each year, many youth will have to create their own jobs.
Global Alliance for Mass Entrepreneurship (GAME), Education Development Center (EDC)
Youth entrepreneurial energy is under-leveraged. Many youth want to engage in entrepreneurship but face significant hurdles.
Tetra Tech, Banyan Global, The Coffee Quality Institute
This breakout session will provide a broad overview of the Gender Action Learning Methodology System (GALS) methodology as an effective tool for increasing youth resilience and economic empowerment.
Prudential Financial, Global Opportunity Youth Initiative (GOYI), The Aspen Institute, YouthBuild, Accenture
Three young leaders from the Global Opportunity Youth Initiative (GOYI) will share their experience in helping to establish community-based, cross-sector opportunity youth collaboratives across the globe.
GBRI Eat Fresh, Mkami Ltd., DAI, Feed the Future Tanzania
In this session, Tanzanian youth and representatives from DAI will share their experiences and lead discussions about USAID’s Feed the Future
The Jobs Fund is a R9 billion fund established by the South African Government in 2011, which aims to catalyze job creation through structured partnerships with private organizations and enterprises.
In this breakout session, facilitators will present the findings of a workplace obstacles assessment conducted by USAID’s Women in Government (WIG) project in Afghanistan.
Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA), Dalhousie University, Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan)
Technical Educational and Vocational Training (TVET) institutions are key players in the youth employment market system and central to the strategies of governments worldwide to increasing economic opportunities for youth