Making Cents International has been given a grant by The Rockefeller Foundation to establish a network of the Foundation’s Digital Jobs Africa (DJA) grantees offering digital training and job placement for poor or vulnerable youth and other stakeholders. The goal of this work is to form and support a demand-driven and sustainable network that serves as a platform for grantees to engage around issues they jointly agree are their highest priorities. Read more.
By Michelle Muldoon and Anne Greteman, October 6, 2014.
Acknowledging the roles girls and women play in driving economic growth is critical. Here are six principles that can serve as a guide for gender inclusion.
By Fiona Macaulay, September 22, 2014.
Microsoft and Making Cents collaborated to offer this resource. It lays out why demand-driven technology skills training are critical in national economies. The framework supports the development of a common language, and greater cooperation between market-aligned youth workforce training programs. It also puts forward principles and success factors for effective youth workforce development programming.