The Project GROW website has been specifically designed in collaboration with African youth workers to be mobile-first, low-data and accessible to all. In April, we launched growskills.africa, an online resource designed with and for African youth workers so they can go forward and empower the women and girls in their communities. Here, we explain why this design was […]
Imagine if every neighbourhood provided opportunities to young women to develop their skills and self belief. If young women were given opportunities to lead, and understand how to get better jobs. What would need to happen to make that possible? Since 2019, we have been working with women leading youth work in Africa through Project […]
We are all entitled to live our lives free of harm. Developing safeguarding policies is necessary to protect the vulnerable people under our care.
With Africa’s youth facing an unemployment crisis, youth work is key to creating the connection between education, employment and opportunity.
Soft skills, including problem solving, leadership, communication, and teamwork are key to women getting a job or starting their own businesses.
Project GROW kicked off in Lagos with a 5-day workshop on how to create strong young women−led youth organisations.