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    Goverment (a.g. Ministry and /or Employment Agency)
    Non-governmental organization (including civil society organizations) or Non-profit organization (including charitable organizations)
    Workers Organization
    Employers Organization
    Private sector
    Multilateral or International organizations (e.g. UN, Banks)
    Other (Max. Words: 10):
    Local / Municipal / Provincial
    National or Federal
Address of the organization
Part B: Identification and analysis of Programme
    Education and training for the world of work
    Programmes related to work experience including apprenticeships and internships.
    Targeted programmes and services to ease the school-to-work transition
    Life/Soft skills training (teamwork, problem solving, time management, communication, etc.)
    Entrepreneurship and self-employment, including incubators, cooperatives and social entrepreneurship
    Employment services (job search assistance, access to labour market information, Job counselling and job placement)
    Social dialogue (negotiation, consultation and exchange of information between representatives of governments, employers and workers on issues of common interest)
    Job quality (conditions of work, shifting from informal to formal economy, improvement of earnings for low-paid workers/working poor)
    Rights at work
    Social protection
    Partnerships and networks for youth employment
    Subsidized employment (wage subsidy, public works and community services)
    Access to social finance (youth funds, savings, remittances and money transfers, micro-insurance, apprenticeship financing, microcredit, guarantee funds, financial linkages)
    Youth Employment advocacy
3 Description of the Programme
    Young women
    Young men
    Young people with disabilities
    Specific ethnic groups
    Low-income individuals
    Individuals out of school or with low levels of education (completed lower primary school)
    Educated individuals (who have at least completed secondary school)
    Individuals at risk, e.g. individuals who have a history of violence or drug abuse, former or current child laborers
    Young migrants
    Young people with AIDS/HIV
    Inactive young people
    Employed youth
    Unemployed youth
    School dropouts
    Students of all levels, no specification
    Other (Specify)

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