Technical assistance, expertise and implementation; Policy, advocacy and convening power
Youth Employment Solutions (YES!) for building a globally competitive, inclusive and resilient youth workforce
By 2030,Plan International will equip 1 million vulnerable and marginalized youth, particularly young women, in the Global South with market-relevant technical, soft and digital skills to access decent work opportunities (waged or self-employment) of their choosing.
Plan International will pursue demand-driven skills development initiatives, strategic partnerships and evidence-based advocacy to drive policy and practice changes. Furthermore, Plan International will leverage technology to reach vulnerable and marginalized youth, especially young women.
Through interconnected approaches and collaborations with stakeholders, Plan International will contribute to building a youth workforce equipped with the skills to access decent work in all contexts.