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DC+Acumen Social Enterprise Week

ORGANIZER: 
DC+Acumen
DATE: 
Apr 14, 2014 (All day) to Apr 18, 2014 (All day)

Event Details

2014 High level Stakeholders and Youth Meeting at the UN

ORGANIZER: 
Child and Youth Finance International
DATE: 
May 23, 2014 (All day)

Social and Financial Inclusion for Children and Youth

 

Supporting Youth Entrepreneurship: What Works, Where, and Why?

ORGANIZER: 
Making Cents International
DATE: 
May 6, 2014 (10:00am to 11:00am)

Webinar Speaker(s):
Laura Rana, MEL Manager at Youth Business International (UK)
Annie Barber, MEL Manager at Youth Business International (UK)
Meagan Rees, Communications Manager at Youth Business International (UK)

Guide to Youth Entrepreneurship Programs for Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations

Center for International Private Enterprise

Sustainable economic growth requires entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs create new jobs, contribute to economic expansion, and become stakeholders in supporting a healthy business environment. As communities across the world struggle to meet employment demands, the importance of fostering a next generation of entrepreneurs – both job creators and entrepreneurial employees – is particularly salient.

Resource Type: 
Toolkit

East Africa Dairy Development Project: Profiles of Progress

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
This profile is on Paul Kimeni Muchai who participates in the East Africa Dairy Development Project. The project provides training, veterinary care, financial services, and access to a chilling plant—allowing farmers to pool their milk and increase their income
Resource Type: 
Case Study

Youth Watch 2012: Problem or Promise? Harnessing Youth Potential in Uganda

BRAC

The Youth Watch 2012 report for Uganda is a wide-ranging study of the aspirations and challenges of Uganda’s youth, published by BRAC in partnership with The MasterCard Foundation.

Resource Type: 
Report

Why Measuring Child-Level Impacts Can Achieve Lasting Economic Change

FHI 360

More than 600 million children in developing countries live on less than US$1 a day. Children are deeply affected by poverty, and some effects of poverty, particularly in early childhood, have life-long consequences. The fight for long-term poverty alleviation must account for children’s wellbeing in order to sustainably reduce individuals’ and communities’ vulnerability to the persistent effects of poverty.

The Urgency and Opportunity of Global Youth Workforce Development

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Reposted here with permission from CSIS
Original Posting Date: Jan 23, 2014

This commentary is a follow-up to the CSIS Chevron Forum on Global Youth Workforce Development on January 15th, which the authors participated in. The video of the event can be watched here.

Viable Economic Opportunities for Rural Youth: Understanding Rural Youth Perspectives and Rural Development Strategies

ORGANIZER: 
Making Cents International
DATE: 
Mar 18, 2014 (10:00am to 11:00am)

Webinar Speaker(s):
Dr. Nana Akua Anyidoho, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Ghana (Ghana)
Paul Sparks, Program Manager of the Research & Evaluation Unit at BRAC (Uganda)
MODERATED BY: Hillary Proctor, Senior Specialist of Capacity Building & Rural Livelihoods at Making Cents International (USA)

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