Empowering Youth in Bolivia through Training and Mentoring
Manuela Puente Beccar (Bocconi), Selim Gulesci, Diego Ubfal (World Bank)
Save the Children
Training and Mentoring for Disadvantaged Youth
We are collaborating with Save the Children to evaluate a program that aims to help vulnerable youth aged 15-18 find a job, improve their working conditions and strengthen their income generation capacity. In order to achieve these goals, the program provides youth with soft-skills and vocational training, mentoring and support in finding a job or starting a business. The package the program offers includes courses on personal and economic empowerment, sexual and reproductive health, and training on vocational skills.
Link for further information about this research: https://www.socialscienceregistry.org/trials/4836