Explore IYF's 26-year history through an interactive timeline.
"Rethinking Priorities, Reimagining Possibilities" examines how we can continue breaking down the barriers that hinder too many young people on the path to success.
Your tax-deductible gift helps ensure that young people around the world, including some of the most vulnerable and underserved, are able to realize a brighter future.
Learn about a youth employability initiative launched with Chevron in the Atyrau region of Kazakhstan.
With a special focus on reaching young women, our work in Zimbabwe connects youth with economic opportunities.
We're preparing young people with the skills they need to get the jobs employers are looking to fill.
Through YouthActionNet®, thousands of young change-makers grow as leaders.
Passport to Success® life skills training is bridging the gap between current employment opportunities and today’s young jobseekers.
Our NEO initiative is on track to connect one million youth In Latin America and the Caribbean with market-relevant job training.
Our corporate partnerships are proof that Investing in young people not only changes lives—it also makes good business sense.
For scale and sustainability, we've always emphasized building local partner's capacity to serve youth long-term.
Over 300 development resources: our initiatives, approaches, and best practices.
Top-level interviews, new research, and other important updates on our youth development initiatives.
We were there to focus on job training, but young men and women were telling us stories of abusive relationships, early pregnancy, alcohol and drug abuse, and other high risk behaviors.
Orphans and vulnerable children have unique needs and challenges overall, and particularly as they strive to continue their education and join the workforce.
What does it mean to be a leader? Last week I was reminded that profound change does not start just from a high office or a news headline. It ripples out from thoughtful individuals who see the potential for a better future.
Meet Fatmata and Fatou, two young women in different parts of Senegal, who've both learned valuable life skills by participating in Passport to Success® training under YouthMap Casamance.