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In Algeria, an Aspiring Auditor Proves She Can Be Counted On

Twenty-two year-old Hodda Taibi grew up in Cherchell, a coastal town in northern Algeria. The youngest of six siblings, she worked hard at the University of Algiers, earning a license to practice accounting and finance in 2015. Yet despite her qualifications, Hodda was unsure of what to do next. Should she look for a job? Continue her studies? With one out of four Algerian youth unemployed, job success was no guarantee.

Young People Offer Innovative Strategies to Promote Financial Inclusion

Editor’s note:  This blog post was originally posted on the YouthTech blog, which is hosted by new IYF partner Child Youth Finance International.

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Sharek Partnerships Support Graduates to Reach Employment

“I really encourage graduates to take this type of training because I really noticed the difference as a manager. They come ready to work with valuable experience, work well under pressure, and work easily with others.” So says Rami Khleaf, the Human Resources Manager for Reach, a...