During the first phase (2014–16) of this program, IYF worked in collaboration with Saudi Arabia’s a leading employment agency, Glowork, which is dedicated to women's recruitment & empowerment and aims to
The rapid development of communication and sharing of information has profoundly affected how organizations conduct business.
IYF currently leads the livelihoods component of the $35 million USAID/PEPFAR-funded, Catholic Relief Services-led Pathways Orphans and Vulnerable Children project in Zimbabwe.
Pathways to Success was a three-year initiative funded by The PepsiCo Foundation to empower adolescent girls and young women in metropolitan Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Bhindzula will enable women entrepreneurs in Mozambique to expand their economic opportunities and grow their existing enterprises.
In 2013, nearly five million young people (18-29 years) in South Africa were unemployed, equating to a 53.6% unemployment rate.
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