Events

Our events offer stakeholders from around the world an opportunity to come together and exchange ideas and experience. Expanding the global knowledge and understanding of challenges and opportunities in positive youth development, this collaboration drives change.

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This event in Senegal provided an opportunity to discuss findings from the YouthMap assessment of the country and highlight promising practices and models for positive youth development.

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At this event in El Salvador, participants shared lessons learned in advocacy and job placement to prepare disadvantaged  youth for the labor market and the potential of developing public private alliances in the Salvadorian context.  

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This conference in Senegal provided a forum for disseminating and discussing evidence-based research on youth employment and entrepreneurship and showcasing effective programs and policies. 

Jan 23, 2013-Jan 25, 2013 Agenda Resources

This regional meeting in Saint Lucia offered an opportunity for stakeholders to work together—and with the region’s young people—to ensure youth have the skills and support they need to lead hopeful, productive lives. 

Jun 25, 2013-Jun 26, 2013 Agenda Resources
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Apr 12, 2010-Apr 14, 2010 Agenda Resources
Jul 21, 2010-Jul 23, 2010 Agenda Resources

This event in Peru publicly presented the South American Youth of the Americas Partnership and strengthened the three sub-regional partnerships under the Obra initiative.

Nov 17, 2010-Nov 19, 2010 Agenda Resources

Via is a partnership between IYF and the Mastercard Foundation that improves economic opportunities for underserved youth in Mozambique and Tanzania by driving sustainable changes in the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and entrepreneurship systems.

“Partnering for Progress” is a special event showcasing the innovative ways key stakeholders are using a systems change approach to develop effective partnerships for sustainably improved youth economic opportunities across Sub-Saharan Africa.

Monday, 25 March 2019
Centro Internacional de Conferências Joaquim Chissano
Maputo, Mozambique

During this one-day event participants will learn from, and engage with,
regional experts, leaders, youth, and practitioners who all play a role in the youth livelihoods ecosystem.

Speakers include:

MS. SUSAN REICHLE​
President & Chief Executive Officer, International Youth Foundation (IYF)

MR. KOFFI ASSOUAN
Program Manager, Mastercard Foundation

HE OSWALDO PETERSBURGO
Vice Minister of Labor, Employment
and Social Security, Republic of Mozambique

MR. MATTHEW BREMAN
Regional Director, Africa, IYF

RAJAB ABDALLAH
Via Graduate, Tanzania

MAURICIO BAPTISTA GUAMBE
Via Graduate, Mozambique

DEBORA BISEKO LUGOLA
Via Graduate, Tanzania

TOMAS MUNGUAMBE
Via Graduate, Mozambique

DR. JENNIFER ADAMS
Mission Director, USAID Mozambique

MS. UNAMI MPOFU
Senior Programme Officer, New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)

MS. ALEXANDRA STANEK
Associate Partner, Dalberg Associates

MS. ALICE GUGELEV (moderator)
CEO, Global Development Incubator Africa
Director, Global Development Incubator USA

MS. DAISY MANHICA
Talent Search Consultant, Flow Mozambique

MR. HAID MONDLANE
Human Capital Development Manager, Cimentos de Mozambique

MR. TIAGO COELHO
Co-Founder, UX Information Technologies

MS. ABNEUSA MANUEL
Founder, MozDevz

MR. JOEL TOMAS (moderator)
Capacity Strengthening Technical Advisor, IYF

MS. MARYANA ISKANDER
Chief Executive Officer, Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator

DR. ROSIE LUGG
Team Leader, JOBA Mozambique

DR. AGGREY MLIMUKA
Executive Director, Association of Tanzanian Employers

MR. DAUDO VALI (moderator)
General Director, DHL Mozambique

MS. IDA ALVARINHO
National Director Professional Qualifications, National Authority of Professional Education (ANEP), Mozambique

MR. DAVID MODIBA
Deputy Director, Curriculum Development and Support, South Africa Department of Higher Education (DHET)

MS. LAILA CHEMANE-CHILEMBA
Social Investment Manager, ANADARKO

MR. YOICHI HIRAMATSU
PAMEP 21 Team Leader, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

MS. MARLENE DE SOUSA (moderator)
Founder, Attitude

MS. FRANCESCA BRUSCHI
Public Policy Analyst, Italian Development Cooperation Agency

MS. SARA FAKIR
Executive Catalyst, IdeiaLab

MR. SOSTHENES SAMBUA
Executive Director, Tanzania Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness Centre (TECC)

MS. GERCIA SEQUEIRA (moderator)
Executive Director, Institute of Technology, Innovation, and Services (ITIS)

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