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2011

Enhanced Employability & Leadership for Youth (Pakistan)

Pakistan

Aga Khan Rural Support Programme – AKRSP

Titre : Enhanced Employability & Leadership for Youth (Pakistan)

Pays : Pakistan
Localisation : All Districts of Gilgit-Baltistan and district Chitral of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Date : 6 Years (March 2011- March 2017)

Présentation
The Enhancing Employability and Leadership for Youth (EELY) Program is a six-year initiative of the Aga Khan Rural Support Program (AKRSP) and the Aga Khan Foundation funded by the Government of Canada, Global Affairs Canada (Formerly DFATD) and the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Canada. It recognizes that youth have a critical role to play in determining the future of Gilgit‐Baltistan and Chitral (GBC). The programme aims to increase engagement of youth as productive and full members of federally administered Gilgit-Baltistan region and district Chitral in Kyber Pukhtukhwa. EELY contributes to this ultimate outcome through two complementary components : youth employability and youth engagement and leadership. The youth employability component seeks to enhance professional skills development and enterprise support services. The expected intermediate outcome result or slogan of employability component is Increased and more equitable employability of young men and women in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral.
The expected immediate outcome results of this component are as follows : * Sustainable improvement in quality, outreach and relevance of skill development services (technical, vocational and entrepreneurial) for young men and women * Sustainable and more equitable integration of economic actors into effective market systems to improve youth livelihoods

Groupes Cibles : * Outreach of employability and employment : 24,600 youth * Indirect beneficiaries : 126,000 youth of GBC

Financement  : GAC, Government of Canada and Aga Khan Foundation, Canada

Aga Khan Rural Support Programme – AKRSP

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