How Comics are Helping Walmart Prepare 200K Women for Work

Desafio W

Through Desafío W, an online platform modeled after a comic book, Chilean youth will develop the skills needed to succeed in the retail industry. The game is part of a major Walmart Foundation initiative to train young women for their first job in retail.

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Telling a New Story of Zimbabwe’s Youth

Fortune Sazola

Fortune Sazola never thought she’d run a successful agribusiness until she enrolled in Zimbabwe:Works. Learn how the USAID, and now also DFID-funded program, helped Fortune, and thousands of other youth, chart a new course for the future.

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Why Companies Are Investing in the Skills and Potential of Arab Youth


The Americana Group is one of a growing number of companies in the MENA region that are investing in the training and skills development of young job seekers. Learn more about this win-win proposition for employers and youth.

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Teenage Orphans Face Life on Their Own

Youth from program

The national scale-up of IYF’s Passport to Success curriculum means thousands of teenage orphans in the Kyrgyz Republic will develop the skills they need for independent living.

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Wanted: Dynamic Young Leaders of Social Change

YAN Fellows

Now in its 15th year of supporting youth-led social innovation, YouthActionNet® seeks 20 extraordinary young leaders to join its 2015 class of Laureate Global Fellows. Learn more and help spread the word.

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