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Youth Entrepreneurship

What we do

We develop innovative strategies in PEP Africa to enhance the youth’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. This approach fosters economic growth, social change, nurturing skills among young people, and the confidence needed to create successful and impactful businesses.

Incorporate Entrepreneurship Courses:
Integrate entrepreneurship into the secondary and tertiary education curriculum.

Real-World Projects:
Partner with local businesses and startups to offer students hands-on projects that solve real-world problems.

Student-Led Ventures:
Encourage students to start their businesses as part of their education, providing guidance and resources through incubators and accelerators within educational institutions.

Mentorship Programs:
Pair young entrepreneurs with experienced business mentors who can provide guidance, support, and industry connections.

Networking Events:
Organize events where young entrepreneurs can meet potential partners, investors, and others to share ideas and collaborate.

Youth-Focused Grants and Scholarships:
Create grant and scholarship programs specifically targeted at young entrepreneurs.

Crowdfunding Platforms:
Encourage crowdfunding platforms to raise capital for innovative ideas and projects.

Microfinance and Microloans
Provide microloans to young entrepreneurs who may not have access to traditional banking services.

Online Learning Platforms:


Use MOOCs and other online learning resources to teach entrepreneurship skills.


Digital Marketplaces:
Help young entrepreneurs establish businesses on e-commerce platforms to reach a global audience.

App Development:
Encourage the development of apps that solve specific community problems or enhance existing services.

Innovation Labs:
Set up innovation labs where young people can experiment with new ideas using advanced tools and technologies.

Co-Working Spaces:
Provide affordable co-working spaces with a collaborative environment, networking opportunities, and resources like high-speed internet and meeting rooms.

Startup Competitions
Organize startup competitions where young entrepreneurs can pitch their ideas to a panel of judges for funding and support.

Host hackathons focused on solving social, environmental, and business challenges, encouraging innovation and teamwork.

Youth-Friendly Policies:
Advocate for government policies that support youth entrepreneurship, such as tax incentives, reduced registration fees, and simplified regulatory procedures.

Legal Assistance:
Offer legal support to help young entrepreneurs navigate the complexities of starting and running a business.

Social Enterprise Programs:
Encourage young entrepreneurs to start social enterprises that address community issues while being financially sustainable.

Community Projects:
Promote involvement in community projects that allow young people to develop entrepreneurial skills while making a positive impact.

Exchange Programs:
Facilitate international exchange programs where young entrepreneurs can learn from different cultural and business environments.

Global Partnerships:
Partner with international organizations to provide young entrepreneurs with global market insights and opportunities.

Mental Health Resources:
Provide access to mental health resources to help young entrepreneurs manage stress and maintain a healthy work-life balance.

Peer Support Groups:
Create peer support groups where young entrepreneurs can share experiences, challenges, and solutions.


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