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2014

Promote civic, social and economic participation of dis-advantaged youth in Kurdistan – Iraq

Iraq

Titre : Promote civic, social and economic participation of dis-advantaged youth in Kurdistan – Iraq

Pays /Région : Iraq

Localisation : Kurdistan region (Erbil, Duhok and Sulaymaniyah)

Code projet : P1-IS-06 Disadvantaged Youth

Durée : Total Duration (24months) Start Date (01/09/2014) End Date (31/08/2016)

Présentation
The project Promote, Civic, social and economic participation of the disadvantaged youth promoted in Kurdistan region, aims to address the high rate of unemployment among the dis-advantaged youth (the uneducated, un-skilled, and youth with disabilities) and their weak participation in the social and political lives of their local communities. The project will equip them with market-oriented technical skills, business skills and provide employment services to empower them economically, in addition to developing their life skills and community leadership to strengthen their community engagement

Objectifs
Provide the main objectives and expected outcomes of the programme. Outcome 1 : Civic, social, and economic participation of the disadvantaged youth promoted in Kurdistan region. Output 1.1 : MOLSA VTCs, NGOs and private sector training providers have the capacity to equip young Kurdish women and men with market relevant technical skills in selected occupations, job seeking skills and entrepreneurship skills Output 1.2 : Start up Business Management training and loan referral linkages targeting Kurdish youth strengthened. Output 1.3 : Career guidance and job matching services are available for targeted youth to facilitate their school-to-work transitions

Agences Nations Unies : ILO –Lead agency UNFPA, participating Agency

Partenaires Nationaux : Kurdistan Region Government (KRG) • MOLSA(main counterpart) • MOCY & MOH

Financement  : ILO : US$ 200,000 ; UNFPA : US$ 400,000 ; Government Contribution : US$ 1,900,000

Budget : US $ 2,500,000

United Nations Development Group

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