Challenge Fund for Youth Employment (CFYE): Pathways Forward
The CFYE aims to create a prosperous future for young women and men by increasing opportunities for decent work. Private sector, civil society and knowledge institutions are invited to submit proposals for initiatives to address specific challenges framed around creating scalable solutions for more and better jobs for youth. RFPs for Egypt and Nigeria have been released on the Fund’s website and are due on Aug. 31st.
The Fund requires strategic partnerships between private sector and civil society entities on proposed solutions that economically empower young people, especially young women. These solutions should advance a decent work agenda that is productive, offering stable income, social protection and safe working conditions in sectors with good growth potential
Based on the programming and fundraising experience of our guest speaker Jared Penner in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa, this webinar will provide an overview of key proposal elements and insights for organizations looking to form effective partnerships and produce quality proposals for Egypt and Nigeria.
**Please note that HVFC and the webinar speakers in no way represent the CFYE. Interested applicants should consult the CFYE website for official information and direct additional clarifying questions to email@example.com** “
WHAT TO EXPECT
A 45-minute FREE online session and opportunity for Q&A
An overview of key elements of the RFPs and general fundraising tips and tricks
An understanding of how HVFC could assist your organization in preparing a proposal
A welcoming, interactive atmosphere that fosters freedom of expression and collaboration.
For those of you who are interested in applying for the Fund but are unable to attend the scheduled webinar, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can discuss further and explore how HVFC could assist you in preparing your proposal.
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