The Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition is an activity within the framework of the UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Best Projects 2019 features all the nominated entries submitted ‘Submit your Project’ category. All the entries consist of innovative projects run by existing enterprises in the form of businesses, NGOs or informal programs.

Provide Skills for Unemployed Vulnerable and Displaced youths in Bamenda, NWR Cameroon

Your title/position Founder/Executive Director
Type of Enterprise non-profit organization
Year the ngo or company was founded 2009
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Explain your project in details:

This Project provide life-skill training and support to displaced youths in computer studies, beads jewelry production, tailoring, hair dressing as alternative income generating activities. These youths will be trained and supported with start-up capital in form of equipment and finances. This will help empower them and reduce their risk of being associated with illegal activities.

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Impact of your enterprise on sustainable development

Out of the 110 students who graduated from our VTC, 55 successfully start up their own business while over 33 have successfully found jobs. This is a 79% successful placement! Our hope is that by continuing to offer skills training, more and more disadvantaged youths will find employment and break the cycle of poverty

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Sustainability and future plans

In the long term, these young people will be able to secure employment and most importantly, create jobs for themselves and for more youths in the region. While they will be able to make a decent living for themselves and their families, they will also able to create huge opportunity for others. Our economic livelihood support program (ELSP) created within our sustainability scheme hopefully will be able to sustain the project activities to assist more and more young people and to create programs that will help more underprivileged and vulnerable youths and the rest of communities. Out of the 110 students who graduated from our VTC, 89 have successfully found jobs. This is a 75% successful job placement! Our hope is that by continuing to offer skills training, more and more disadvantaged youths will find employment and break the cycle of poverty

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Your profile as an entrepreneur

Mr. Ngo is degree holder in computer science from Yaga Institute of technology in Nigeria, HND in Web/App Developing at ApTech Ghana, . He is the founder of H4BF Cooperative. Also, he is a contractor and manage websites of many national and international organisations, he has participated in 4 international serminars, conference, BootCam in Peace Building, Entrepreneurship, project management and community development respectively . Futher, he is Cameroon country coordinator with 3 International organisations. He also have an Attestation in water management. He believes in building dynamic units with a passionate commitment to delivering value-added and innovative solutions around his environs

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