Celebrating 10 years and more of solving youth unemployment through partnerships
Solving youth unemployment through partnerships.
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Harambee wins Skoll Award for social Entrepreneurship
Recognising change agents whose innovations had significant impact on the world’s most pressing problems.
Resilience alone in the face of crisis is not what will get us through. It needs to be coupled with intentional investment and support to address the reality of our country’s youth unemployment crisis.
The latest Quarterly Labour Force Survey results suggest that the number of employed young people has increased for two consecutive quarters. While these numbers are the highest they have been in the past two years, this slight bounce-back is cause for very cautious optimism. Employment remains considerably lower than pre-lockdown.
Conext, the official publication of the Digital Council Africa, interviews Harambee’s Chief Executive Officer, Kasthuri Soni for the June 2022 edition of “In conversation with sector leadership”. Soni shares her advice and learnings on what energises her at work and how to empower others.
On 16 Jun 2022, President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered an update on Presidential initiatives aimed at stimulating youth employment in South Africa. He...
It takes three years and an intensive two-day trade test to become a qualified Red Seal plumber in South Africa. Seventy per cent of those...