Building Skills for Life

This report is one in a series focused on MEDA’s E-FACE project developed towards the end of the project to assess the impact of MEDA’s youth-oriented interventions and learn from and strengthen them for future interventions. This report explores the results from the project’s Building Skills for Life (BS4L) program for young girls and boys engaged in the traditional textile industry in Addis Ababa.

Youth Agricultural Sales Agents

This report is one in a series focused on the E-FACE Project, developed towards the end of the project to assess the changes and benefits of MEDA’s youth-oriented interventions in order to learn from and strengthen them for future interventions. This report explores an employment model used to dissuade exploitative child labor of rural youth, instead promoting safe and reliable work that builds skills for future employment or academic opportunities.

Improving working conditions for young workers

This report explores the results and lessons learned from the project’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) interventions with both young workers through the Keep Safe Program and with employers through the OHS and Business Owner’s Incentives Programs. The Project delivered complementary programs for both employers and their employees to improve working conditions and safety of youth engaged in spinning and weaving work in Addis Ababa.