How might we empower Children International’s local agencies to talk about their youth employability programs through a coordinated and centralized web presence?
Female survivors of human trafficking often have limited employment options as a result of language barriers and safety concerns about being re-trafficked. Developing a virtual marketplace with Empowerment Square will provide safe, alternate pathways to income.
A lack of real-time case-based data is limiting ChildFund Uganda and its partners’ ability to be aware of and act on information to advise senior management, support beneficiaries, and adjust programming in a time-sensitive manner.
In the Gambia, many youth exit school early, and post-secondary education is inaccessible. Through community sessions, entrepreneurship was found to be a viable path for aspiring youth.
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Business development training in isolated communities for local entrepreneurs.
Education for isolated Afro-Ecuadorian children affected by racial discrimination.
Facilitating educational camps focused on empowering disadvantaged youth and children.
Improving mobility, education, and community integration for those with disabilities.
Upskilling youth and young mothers for better-paying jobs to reduce child abandonment.
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