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Arab International Women’s Forum Plenary Session II: The Education, Employment and Empowerment of Youth: Pre-requisite for Stable & Prosperous Communities May 12, 2011 Education for Employment Foundation
NAME| Doaa Hassan Abo Elfadl AGE| 25 HOMETOWN| Cairo, Egypt EDUCATION| Helwan University DEGREE| BSc in Applied Arts EMPLOYMENT STATUS| Unemployed for three years EMPLOYER| Morinella TITLE| Textile Merchandiser The story of an unemployed women “. . now I'm aware of the world and people around me. I'm not nervous anymore and I learned a lot on how to communicate with people. Even my family and husband felt this change; they see I’m more open to life, not nervous and greatly motivated with trust in myself and my capabilities. ”
Skills in Greatest Demand by Arab CEOs Source: Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation and Price. Waterhouse. Coopers. Arab Human Capital Challenge: The Voice of CEOs. Rep. Dubai, 2008.
Industry Developme nt Socioeconomic Dynamics of Employme nt Dynamics of Employment What ultimately hinders Egyptian Youth from accessing formal employment Employer and Employee Needs Perception of Education Employer and Employee Relation
Founded by Ron Bruder, entrepreneur, named TIME’s top 100 Most Influential People in 2011 What is EFE? Six locally-run non- profits in Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Morocco, Yemen, Tunisia supported by US and European non profits and strategic partners such as Manpower Group “In my country, having a job means I’m alive. ” – Rami EFE graduate, Gaza
EFE Model Job Placement Administration Banking Construction Education Finance Gold Sector HVAC Repair Hospitality Hotels Human Resources Internet Technology Land Surveying Sales Textile Merchandising Entrepreneurship EFE creates opportunity in the Middle East/North Africa by providing youth with marketdriven training linked directly to jobs and entrepreneurship support.
How is EFE different We are Locally Rooted We are Business Led We Achieve Results GLOBALLY 5 local CEOs 150 trainers and facilitators 400 Corporate partnerships 2, 500 graduates to date 75% unemployed marginalised youth placed in jobs 80% job retention Nearly 50% are young women Public universities are replicating EFE employability training IFC’s e 4 e, World Economic Forum, Clinton Global Initiative
‘EFE|Egypt program gave me a great feeling of hope that there is a link between companies and unemployed youth that have great potential’ Fatma Ghaly General Manager | Azza Fahmy Designs Employer Testimonials ‘From day one on the job the girls hit the ground running’ Omar Sedoudi CEO| Souq. com