100&Change: 2020

Generation: Five Million People Employed by 2030

Generation will embed its training and employment methodology in public vocational systems, enabling millions of learners in India, Kenya, and Brazil to achieve financial independence.

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100&Change: 2020
Subject
Community and economic development
Current Work Location
  • District of Columbia, United States
  • Central Singapore Community Development Council, Singapore
  • Nairobi, Kenya
  • National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
  • São Paulo, Brazil
Proposed Work Locations:
  • Nairobi, Kenya
  • National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
  • São Paulo, Brazil
Priority Populations:
  • Economically disadvantaged people
  • Unemployed people
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
  • 1. No poverty
  • 4. Quality education
  • 8. Decent work and economic growth
  • 10. Reduced inequalities

Executive Summary:

Unemployment upends millions of lives, with the greatest impact felt by those with the fewest resources. Workforce programs spend over $500B to offer a way out. The majority of this spending sits within public vocational programs which have urgent policy mandates and access to funding and infrastructure, but struggle with low employment outcomes. However, their huge scale means that shifting their focus from training to employment can result in jobs for millions of diverse learners. Generation offers an employment methodology that comprises seven holistic steps, including confirming job vacancies, recruitment, training, social support, job placement, and outcome-tracking. By embedding within public programs in Brazil, India, and Kenya, we can place 500,000 people in jobs in five years – and reach five million by 2030. The result will be a higher share of diverse profiles in professions previously beyond their reach, and financial independence for our graduates and their families.

Organization Details
Lead Organization

Generation: You Employed

website: http://www.generation.org
Organization Headquarters
District of Columbia, United States
Organization ID
47-1073442
Annual Operating Budget
$10 to $49 Million
Number of Full-time Employees
300 to 499
Type
Non-profit

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