It takes a Village! The Village Africa believes youth can successfully transition in life if they have (i) a supportive youth-friendly environment, (ii) marketable skills/training, and (iii) a viable economic opportunity.
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goalcast.com Starting a business at any age is fraught with risk. For young people the challenges are multiplied, but with preparation and resolve, they can be overcome.
nation.co.ke A lot of people have wondered whether they will be successful in business based on their personality or abilities, hence the question, “what makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial?”
Check out the 2018 United Nations World Youth Report on “Youth and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”.
The Report considers the role the 2030 Agenda can play in enhancing youth development efforts and examines how evidence-based youth policies can help accelerate youth-related objectives. It explores the critical role young people have in the implementation of sustainable development efforts at all levels.
#Youth2030 #GlobalGoals #SDGs
#youth #employment #education
edwardmungai.com “Africa rising,” “the continent of the future,” “the next investment frontier” are all the narratives that we hear describing the African continent. Looking back, there remains much to be done especially in solving the day-to-day problems that the inhabitants of the continent face. This ...
According to the UN Youth Strategy 2030, launched on 24 September 2018, the world today is home to the largest generation of young people in history, 1.8 billion. By the 2050 Africa’s youth population is expected to reach over 830 million.
In 2017, the UNDP reported that every 24 hours, nearly 33,000 youth across Africa join the search for employment. About 60% will be joining the unemployed.
Which is why we applaud the Youth 2030 Strategy's Third Priority: Economic Empowerment through Decent Work - Support young people’s greater access to decent work and productive employment.
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I just wrote this article for Bill Gates about harnessing the power of Africa's human potential to drive global prosperity. Investing in Africa's youth will not only benefit the continent, but the entire world. See below to read more:
twitter.com ““African youth must be at the center of further Chinese investment that helps create more jobs while preparing them for the future of work.” Read @hafezghanem1’s new Op-Ed https://t.co/I5XSgLeBNS @MargaretKobia @CSRotich @JulieGichuru”
#DidYouKnow that over 2 million Africans have been trained in digital skills through the Google Digital Skills program? Don't get left behind.
Start learning online today at g.co/digitalskills and join the digital movement.
nation.co.ke A monthly inflight magazine this month features an inspiring story of a young Kenyan who is transforming education and learning in great bounds through innovative technology.
Young? African? Ready to find solutions for your community, country & continent?
U-Learn connects youth in East and Central Africa and helps them build the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their leadership goals. From starting a business, to leading a social movement, the online platform has lots of free courses.
Your leadership is essential to Africa’s future. Sign up now: https://bit.ly/2yLt3lz
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mastercardfdn.org , these girls constitute half of children globally who are out of school, compared to just over one third of out-of-school boys (girls are less likely to go to primary school in the first place, boys are more likely to leave school early). Secondary school enrollment is lowest in Sub-Saharan Africa…
[01/19/17] A strong, positive self-image is the best possible preparation for success.
#UNESCO: Barriers to Girls Education
qz.com Grades aren't everything.
thenerveafrica.com “Google is in Africa for the long haul and we are making an investment in talent,”
Team #Futures on the set at the African Leadership Academy in South Africa. Thank you Caroline Boraya, for being a good evangelist of the [email protected] program
waldenuniversity.com Expand your knowledge, sharpen your skills, and grow as a professional. Learn online in Kenya.
ALA QUESTION OF THE WEEK:
How do we ensure that youth entrepreneurship in Africa is sustainable?
Do you teach your children to manage money? It's a crucial 21st century skill and a fantastic way to teach them empathy, says Jennifer Miller, founder, Confident Parents, Confident Kids. #StartEmpathy
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https://praekeltfoundation.typeform.com/to/QekN63 The Praekelt Foundation Incubator for Free Basics provides social change organizations with $200k in free technical tools and content development support.
weforum.org Education has the unique and unassailable opportunity in our society to prepare us for such a change.
huffingtonpost.com I just heard a story that I adore. It comes from Ali Raza Khan, an Ashoka social entrepreneur and education reformer in Pakistan. Last year, he challenged 6,000 poor students across 74 charity go
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INMIS is an IT firm with the aim of successfully integrating innovation and technology solutions in business through training Via INMIS Tutor
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Infant FANCY Nurturing is a platform for educating mothers and anyone who has responsibility to take care of infants, on how to bring then up responsively
We build the current and next generation of African leaders.
Researchcare is a management consulting firm which delivers responsive technical assistance and highly specialized management solutions across Africa
We offer : - Article Writing, Blog Articles, Ebook Writing, Academic proofreading, Academic writing, plagiarism check and correction, content creation and more for academics and professionals. Located in Kenya. Operating globally.
We offer services in digital literacy and technical training and consultancy in mobile phone training applications. Quality services is our pride
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