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Call for Proposals on the innovative projects creating entrepreneurship opportunities for young women, 2011Tuesday, 07 June 2011 08:18
The Youth Entrepreneurship Facility's YOUTH-TO-YOUTH (Y2Y) FUND is launching its second Call for Proposals in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya.
The Y2Y Fund is a competitive grant scheme implemented by the Youth Employment Network and the International Labour Organization, in partnership with the Foundation for Civil Society.
We invite non-profit youth-led organizations working on youth employment and entrepreneurship development across Tanzania to submit their project ideas focussing on ways to empower and enable young women to establish and improve their enterprises as a means to create decent work opportunities for young people across Tanzania
The deadline for the "Short Proposals for Innovative Ideas" is July 3, 2011.
Please see the attached flyer providing additional information on the Call.
Should you have an innovative project idea that will contribute to the development of entrepreneurship and business opportunities for young women, please go to the resource page www.yefafrica.org for the Proposal Form and the accompanying Information Note. They are also attached to this message.
KAB User Guide- Registered UsersFriday, 11 February 2011 14:48
Youth to Youth Fund Grantee Announcement CeremonyThursday, 20 January 2011 16:56
The Youth to Youth Fund is a competitive grant and capacity building scheme for youth organizations for innovative project ideas that promote and develop entrepreneurship among peers.
Come join for a Grantee Ceremony where all 13 finalists will present their project proposals and showcase their solutions to youth entreneurship development in Tanzania. You will have the chance to cast your vote of the Public Choice Award! Awarded grants will range between $ 5,000 and $ 20,000.
For more information, see PDF file attached below.