Measuring Adolescent Girls' Education: Benchmarking Creative Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation

Millennium Challenge Corporation
Jul 30, 2015 (09:00am to 05:00pm)

This benchmarking session will bring together partners from the Collaborative for Harnessing Ambition and Resources for Girls' Education (CHARGE) Initiative, resource experts and stakeholders to discuss creative indicators, tools and strategies on projects that aim to support girls' learning, empowerment and social transformation within their communities.

The one-day event will include sessions on general monitoring and evaluation topics as well as sharing tools and resources relevant to the five CHARGE priorities: access, safety, quality learning, transitions, leadership. 

Shattering Stereotypes: Nontraditional Job Paths for Young Women

EMpower—The Emerging Markets Foundation

This resource kit was put together to provide references and easy-to-use tools and resources for participants in the “Shattering Stereotypes Learning Exchange on Nontraditional Jobs for Young Women”. This learning exchange, which took place in January 2015, brought together select EMpower grantee partners and other experts working to position and prepare girls and young women for jobs usually reserved for males.

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Advancing an Evidence-Based Agenda for the World’s Young Women & Girls (and Boys!)

Clinton Foundation

Originally published NRG Advisory on April 11, 2015  

Last month at the United Nations, as Women’s History Month was drawing to a close, Intergovernmental negotiations continued toward a post-2015 framework to follow the expiring Millennium Development Goals with a focus on goals, targets and indicators. Promoting gender equality remained one of the top priorities.

Three girls prove sexist naysayers wrong with innovative bike business


Originally published by One on April 9, 2015

When she was just 15, Winifred Selby noticed a major problem in her home country. She knew Ghana was rich in resources and manpower, but every product she came across seemed to be created outside of Africa.

Celebrating Young African Women Entrepreneurs and Mentors During Global Money Week


Originally published by Camfed on March 11, 2015.

The young leaders of CAMA, Camfed’s alumnae association, are showing their communities and nations how a little bit of money can go a long way when young women have access to a quality education, and the opportunity to grow their ideas and share their knowledge.

Microsoft Pink Cloud Scholarship

Microsoft Italy and Friendship Ambassadors Foundation


May 19-21, 2015 in Milan, Italy

During EXPO 2015

Microsoft Italy and Friendship Ambassadors Foundation invite female students/ professionals (age 18-24) to a special initiative called The Pink Cloud, which aims to encourage young women to undertake STEM studies and to inspire professional STEM careers.

Microsoft Italy will be providing full scholarships to qualified candidates, to attend and take part in The Pink Cloud Initiative, in Milan, Italy.

Continuing the Conversation: Perceptions and Solutions for Women and Youth in Entrepreneurship

Chemonics International
Jan 22, 2015 (10:00am to 11:30am)

Continuing the Conversation: Perceptions and Solutions for Women and Youth in Entrepreneurship

With Chemonics International, Making Cents International, the International Youth Foundation, and the Mennonite Economic Development Associates

Labor Market Transitions of Young Women and Men in Uganda

ILO, The MasterCard Foundation

This report presents the highlights of the 2013 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) run together with the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.

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Twitter Chat: Impacts of Women and Youth in Entrepreneurship

Global Entrepreneurship Week, Chemonics International
Nov 19, 2014 (09:00am to 11:00am)