Zimbabwe:Works is preparing young people to seize opportunities and succeed in self-employment and formal work.
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Through Zimbabwe:Works, Christine learned critical life skills and practical work training, and had the opportunity to get a loan to expand her business. Watch how this initiative is creating new opportunities for youth in Zimbabwe.