We are leading in addressing youth unemployment in Africa
Southern Africa Youth Project provides youth unemployment and employment services to adolescent girls and young women in cities, townships and rural areas.
Southern Africa Youth Project has been working with different partners such as non-profit organisations, companies, and government to address youth unemployment at community and grassroots level.
We have provided solutions to dealing with the reasons why Adolescent Girls and Young Women girls and young women are not able to find employment in cities, townships, and rural areas.
More about our work in youth Unemployment
Southern Africa Youth Project has its core established businesses to ensure that besides relying on donors it can also self-finance its activities.
We encourage adolescent girls and young women between the ages of 18 – 25 to consider starting entrepreneurship.
Through our programmes, we ensure that they are given more opportunities to do activities that are promoting entrepreneurship.
Promoting Unpaid Internships and Volunteering
Southern Africa Youth Project has been working with employers and non-profit organisations to create new work opportunities in the form of entrepreneurship.
In this level, we hope to give Adolescent Girls and Young Women girls and young women work experience so that when they start their own businesses or find employment they are able to perform with Knowledge.
Creating unpaid Opportunities
Southern Africa Youth Project through its 100 non-profit partners we are able to create unpaid internships through our corporate and non-profit clients so that these Adolescent Girls and Young Women girls and young women will go on a daily basis and get experience whilst applying for better opportunities.
Career Guidance Programmes
Southern Africa Youth Project through its community development programs we are providing career guidance to Adolescent Girls and young Women girls and young women to ensure that they are skilled enough to ensure that they choose the right skills and qualifications they would like to future their studies.
Work Readiness Activities
Southern Africa Youth Project believes that in order to develop the best economically productive youth we need to ensure that we provide Adolescent Girls and young Women girls and young women with enough experience.