Oxfam is ia global movement for creating change by strengthening rights and opportunities of individuals, supporting participation for benefit of poor and oppressed groups to address economic inequality and poverty.
Launched in 2017, the Youth Participation and Employment (YPE) programme is a five-year initiative, implemented by Oxfam IBIS (Denmark), and funded by the Danish Arab Partnership program. YPE aims to improve economic opportunities for young women and men in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia. By building diverse and effective partnerships, it seeks to achieve three outcomes: (i) strengthened technical and life skills that enable young people to actively engage in society; (ii) increased organisational capacity of institutions, the private sector, entrepreneurs and communities to support young people; (iii) enhanced advocacy and dialogue between youth, public and private institutions, and business.
Oxfam IBIS has made a commitment to Decent Jobs for Youth to improve economic opportunities for young women and men in Egypt, Jord