Promoting Youth Entrepreneurship

Through a European Union-funded program, TechnoServe is aiming to improve the livelihoods of Swazi youth. Using a proven “train the trainer” methodology, TechnoServe will train 20 non-state actor partners in an economic training curriculum, which will create the potential to train up to 19,000 youths in Swaziland. These non-state actors will directly impact youth at school, at a tertiary level and at other colleges and institutions. These include vocational training institutions, teacher training colleges and students involved in Junior Achievement programs, free enterprises, council of churches, nonprofit organizations and business associations.