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IYF Blog - Posts in access to finance
Preparing Youth in Zimbabwe for Economic Opportunities
June 24, 2019
What you see here, and indeed most of urban and peri-urban Zimbabwe, is the informal economy at work..
Using Mixed Livelihood Lessons for Better Programming
September 29, 2017
In our work in East Africa, we often see the need to support informal jobs, entrepreneurship, and access to finance. Read insights from The MasterCard Foundation's new report on mixed livelihoods and some key lessons for program design. .
How Zimbabwe:Works Prepares Young African Entrepreneurs to Succeed
August 7, 2017
Christine Mhasvi has come a very long way..
We Can’t Wait More Than a Century for Gender Equality
Kim R. McCormick
May 9, 2017
Gender equality “takes all parts of the equation moving,” says expert Dr. Margo Thomas..
3 Initiatives that Make Markets Work for Young Women
February 1, 2017
Inclusive market systems development can go a long way to helping achieve UN Sustainable Development Goal five: gender equality and empowering women and girls..
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