Uganda Science and Education Programme (USEP) was established to compliment government efforts to improve the quality of teaching and learning of science subjects in secondary schools in Uganda.
The Government of Kenya (GoK), with the support of the World Bank, implements the Kenya Youth Empowerment Project.
Balloon Kenya seeks to support youth entrepreneurship in Kenya by partnering promising local entrepreneurs with international teams that provide support and training during a 6-week learning program.
Rural Yellow Times imparts skill based development programs across rural India thus bridging the gap between supply and demand in the employment value chain.
Intensive, immersive residential programs that transform rural youth into English-speaking, computer-literate, knowledge-economy professionals.
The National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) is a public-private partnership that supports the skills development ecosystem in India and funds effective private sector skills training initiatives.
Safe Spaces provides an enterprise and professional development program for girls living in the slums of Nairobi.
The Equity Group Foundation partnered with the MasterCard Foundation in April 2011 to target 1 million women and youth by 2014 through offering free education on entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
AWiST seeks to provide STEM opportunities for female students and professionals in Kenya.