This determined young self-starter is persevering in a country that is literally running out of money.
From our conversation, it’s clear Chiromo is accustomed to navigating the ups and downs of her country’s economy.
One resolution to the problem of youth financial inclusion in East Africa lies in slowly changing youth’s and banks’ perceptions of self-employment and loans.
Her training in retail is helping this aspiring chef gets closer to her dreams of owning her own restaurant.
While criticism of the garment industry's social and environmental costs persists, Felipe Cortés Bravo is one young leader offering a solution.
We had always planned to offer entrepreneurship toolkits, but along the way we learned valuable lessons about how best to provide them.
Strong new evidence underscores the necessity of increasing investment in youth economic opportunity. The recently released International Labour Organization (ILO) World Employment and Social Outlook for Youth 2016 report shows youth unemployment on the rise. According to the ILO, a lower than expected global growth rate, the lowest in developing countries in more than a decade, will leave an addition half million young people unemployed. The report points out that at least four United Nations Sustainable Development Goals will be reached much more easily if young people are employed in stable jobs.
On International Youth Day, the world's young people share their ideas and solutions for pressing global challenges.
When nearly three-quarters of the country lives in poverty, it’s not a lack of ideas or drive that can hold back young business owners. It becomes a question of money.
The result of six years of work, this infographic offers a snapshot of the ‘continuum of care’ now available to guide Palestinian students as they consider their career goals and the steps needed to achieve them.