The role of international development practitioners can often be compared to that of a traditional match maker: helping to identify complementary strengths and needs to foster a successful relationship.
What does it mean to ‘enterprise your household’? For 420,000 households in Kebbi, Sokoto, and the Federal Capital Territory in Nigeria, it means learning how to be flexible, proactive, aware, and resilient.
While working with Catholic Relief Services on USAID’s Feed the Future project in the Kebbi, Sokoto, and FCT states in Nigeria, Making Cents seized the opportunity to apply its user-centered process for curriculum development and training delivery.
Syrian refugees are often described in general terms as impoverished masses, dependent on aid and struggling to survive in their countries of refuge.
Learn how Positive Youth Development sets the stage for future economic success from Making Cents’ Vice President of Technical Services, Dr. Christy Olenik.
Read the blog by Making Cents’ President Tim Nourse on the future of work for youth and on our exciting partnership with PYXERA Global in 2017!
The challenge of youth unemployment continues to garner headlines. Recently, the New York Times described the demographic challenge as, “The World Has a Problem: Too Many Young People.”
A decade ago, I organized the first-ever global convening with the singular focus on how to increase the scale and sustainability of the youth economic opportunities sector.
Part one of a guest blog series written in celebration of the 10th Anniversary Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit.