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Global partnership for youth employment (GPYE)

Global partnership for youth employment

In 2008, with support from the World Bank Development Grant Facility, the International Youth Foundation, the Youth Employment Network, the Arab Urban Development Institute, and the Understanding Children's Work Project joined together to form the Global Partnership for Youth Employment (GPYE).

Its goal: to build and disseminate evidence on youth employment outcomes and effective programs to help address the challenges facing young people in their transition to work.

The GPYE leverages the technical and regional experience of the five partner organizations in youth employment research, programming, evaluation, and policy dialogue.

The partnership’s work focuses on Africa and the Middle East, regions in need of better evidence on effective approaches to promote youth employment.

   
Global Out-of-School Children Initiative (OOSCI)

Global partnership for youth employment

The Global Out-of-School Children Initiative (OOSCI) was launched by UNICEF and UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) in 2010 to accelerate efforts towards the goal of universal primary education by 2015.

The goal of the Initiative is to achieve a breakthrough in reducing the number of out-of-school children.

The OOSCI has country, regional and global dimensions, and is designed to have research-oriented, action-oriented and capacity development-related outputs

Twenty-five countries from seven regions are presently engaged in the Initiative.

The UCW programme supports the Initiative by exploring the analytical linkages between out-of-school children and child labour.