Save the Children and The MasterCard Foundation are committed to sharing learning, research, and best practices to foster awareness and mobilize action on youth earning and learning globally, through disseminating valuable resources in this field.
Learning and knowledge – sharing Publications
Youth in Action is generating a robust learning and research opportunities that serves the youth economic development sector. The program is leveraging its tested approaches to create effective program interventions built upon solid evidences.
Studies and Reports
Assessment Report of Facilitation of Learning Sessions Uganda 2015 Youth in-Action-Study-Brief Read More…
Documenting Salient Growth Areas in the YiA Learning Curriculum Ethiopia 2014 Study Brief Read More…
Influence of Community on Youth Transferable Skills in Livelihood Development Malawi and Uganda 2015 Study Brief Read More…
Save the Children has hosted a Youth in Action learning event titled ”Investing in Gender Equality for Sustainable Livelihoods for Rural African Youth”.
The objective was to demonstrate the importance of focusing on gender equality as a foundation to youth livelihoods programming aiming to generate meaningful impact for adolescents. Save the Children presented its key learnings on the gender barriers to girls’ and boys’ participation in youth livelihoods opportunities, in particular in the rural context where the Youth in Action program operates. Early marriage and early pregnancy were highlighted as some of the major barriers that prevent girls from joining and staying within the program. The event also explored how and why transferrable skills are pivotal for meaningful participation for girls and boys in youth livelihoods opportunities. Experiences from other programs in overcoming gender barriers were also shared by Plan International, MEDA and the Population Council.
- Gender Equality Toolkit
- Principals of Gender Equality
- Gender Assessment Report-Malawi
- Girls Roster Report-Ethiopia