In Mozambique, many people work in the informal economy—for example, selling bean pastries on city streets, braiding people’s hair from doorsteps or porches, or operating small market stalls selling food or cosmetics. However, as part of COVID-19...
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Meet a young woman who's not just planning for the future—she's creating it now!
Meet a small business owner who's finding a way to keep his business alive while making an impact during the COVID-19 crisis.
Meet changemaker Melanie Tran as she shares insight and inspiration from her journey as a social entrepreneur.
Voices of Social Change is a free online short course co-designed and delivered by eight young social entrepreneurs. Follow in the footsteps of these young change-makers who had an idea, a desire to make an impact, and converted that into real-world change.
Meet a young leader who sees differences as strengths, not weaknesses.
Real change requires partnerships, and real partnerships must include young people.
In partnership with DFID, USAID, and the Embassy of Sweden, the Zimbabwe:Works initiative reached nearly 29,000 youth with entrepreneurship, work readiness, and life skills training. Of that group, 61 percent were women.
Read the story of Zeinah, a mother of six learning valuable skills as she pursues entrepreneurship.