IYF’s Advancing Economic Mobility with Skills (AEMS) Project, with support from Microsoft Philanthropies in partnership with Standard Chartered Bank, seeks to lower the barrier for organizations to launch engaging, impactful
In recent years the international youth development field has increasingly acknowledged that purposeful action at the systems level is critical for achieving positive outcomes for youth, sustainably, equitably, and at
Effective international youth development programs go beyond single-issue interventions—they leverage the entire organization and project life cycle to advance positive youth outcomes. This paper illustrates how positive youth development (PYD)
George Washington University partnered with IYF to assess the impact and identify the monetary value of its signature life skills curriculum, Passport to Success. Using Social Return on Investment methodology
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