In Chihuahua, Mexico, industry leaders and training institutions are working together—thanks to IYF—to ensure the region’s youth are ready to seize opportunities in the country’s fast-growing aerospace sector.
Half of South Africa’s young people don’t have a job and aren’t in school. How do we empower them to take part in the nation’s economic growth? Read more in a new study by IYF and Irish Aid.
IYF Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President Awais Sufi discusses IYF's approach to positive youth development.
Through Desafío W, an online platform modeled after a comic book, Chilean youth will develop the skills needed to succeed in the retail industry. The game is part of a major Walmart Foundation initiative to train young women for their first job in retail.
By strengthening the ability of NGOs to deliver effective services, an IYF initiative in Egypt achieves results that will continue well into the future.
For industrial trainees in India, game playing is serious business as they practice skills for success at work.
In this interview, Reeta Roy, President and CEO of The MasterCard Foundation, speaks to the needs of young people in Africa—the world’s youngest continent—and the Foundation’s role in expanding job and educational opportunities for youth.
Nearly 8,000 youth have benefited from EquipYouth, a global job training program. Meet Mithin in India and Titik in Indonesia, and see how their lives have been changed.
In Cuidad Juarez, young people trained through an IYF/USAID initiative are transforming employers’ views of what out-of-school youth can achieve.
I'm pleased to share this byline with Dr. Arup Banerji, Senior Director for Social Protection and Labor at the World Bank Group, as we announce this week's launch of the Solutions for Youth Employment coalition. We believe this new alliance can help millions more young men and women find success in the workplace and go on to lead full, productive lives. Here's why.