As a Tibetan refugee in northern Nepal, Tsechu has witnessed firsthand the impact of changing weather patterns and rapid deglaciation on high altitude villages.
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.
One approach to Africa’s youth unemployment crisis is engaging more young people in the agricultural sector. After all, Africa holds half of the world’s uncultivated arable land, with agriculture set to create stable employment for eight million people by 2020. Greater investments in the agriculture value chain could potentially add an additional six million jobs.
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.