IYF Blog

How Skills Training in Zimbabwe Creates Economic Opportunity and Inspires Hope

Blessing Ncube, a sixteen-year-old Pathways participant from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

In Zimbabwe, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a far-reaching impact on the general wellbeing of communities. Apart from the immediate impact on health,...

How Measurement, Evaluation, Research, and Learning Can Create Positive Change in the Development Space

International development organizations like IYF, if they are to keep pace with the changing times and contexts in which they operate, must learn to grow, adapt, and evolve as effectively and efficiently as possible. That involves recognizing when a program, product, or approach is (or isn't)...

Black Brilliance: Why Investing in HBCUs Is the Smart (and Right) Thing to Do

Last year was filled with organizations—from multinational corporations to small businesses—making Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) commitments after growing calls for racial justice focused not just on our systems of government, but our socioeconomic systems as well.

In a moment of...

Say Hello to Concierge: A New Course Preparing Young People for a Future in Hospitality

On International Youth Day 2021, IYF is excited to announce the launch of Passport to Success Concierge (PTS-C)—a brand new, free, online version of our award-winning life skills training course that’s designed...

GYRF Awardees Announced: Here’s What Can Happen When We Support Youth-Led Impact

Photo by Eyoel Kahssay on Unsplash

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