Asia Pacific

Foundation for Young Australians is providing employability and entrepreneurship training along with career support to indigenous youth to help increase their confidence, leadership and business skills, connecting them with apprenticeships upon completion of the program.
Pratham is supporting urban migrant youth with job training and placement opportunities along with a suite of migrant support services in Mumbai, New Delhi and Pune.
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals is bringing low-income and disabled Hong Kong youth into the social and economic mainstream through employability and entrepreneurship training, leading to the launch of new businesses and connections to jobs.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is engaging youth, policy makers and the private sector across Asia Pacific to address barriers to employment while empowering youth social entrepreneurs to pitch their United Nations Sustainable Development Goals aligned businesses and compete for seed funding.
YMCA of Singapore is building the next generation of socially responsible community leaders and entrepreneurs by providing youth with skillsets to implement a social entrepreneurship and fundraising project that benefits a local charity of their choice.

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