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YouthActionNet, the flagship of the International Youth Foundation’s citizenship programs, works to strengthen and expand the impact of youth-led social ventures around the globe. Over 13 years, it has created one of the world’s largest networks of young social entrepreneurs comprising...

From 2008-2010, Samsung Real Dreams empowered African youth with the opportunities, tools, and training to realize their dreams. Working with local nongovernmental organizations in four countries, Samsung Real Dreams cultivated the technical, business, and soft skills of young...

In 2010, the International Youth Foundation partnered with Microsoft to develop Build Your Business (BYB)—an entrepreneurship training course created to introduce young people to the basic ideas, activities, and skills needed to successfully launch, lead, and grow micro enterprises.

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In Sub-Saharan Africa, one in five young people is jobless. From 2007 to 2010, the Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) worked in close partnership with local organizations in Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, and Tanzania, to offer African youth training in life skills, employability and entrepreneurship as...

From 2000-2011, Nokia and IYF managed a robust portfolio of youth development initiatives. The company’s investment of nearly US$50million has supported education, employability, and civic engagement programs in 68 countries. Country programs, each tailored to meet locally-identified needs,...

From 2008-2013, 90 youth-led social innovations in 32 countries received support through the Youth Action Grants program. Created as part of the Starbucks™ Shared Planet™ commitment to communities, the initiative provided grants to young social entrepreneurs who completed IYF’s YouthActionNet®...


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