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Revitalising Youth Enterprise
After successfully completing the first phase of the Revitalising Youth Enterprise (RYE) project in Balochistan where 300 youth received technical and vocational training to increase their
employability and entrepreneurship capacity, PPAF and the Citi Foundation have continued this partnership to extend this support Sindh and Punjab. In this second phase, 200 youth (aged 16-24 years)
will be trained in high demand skills such as digital marketing, graphic design, social media management with a life skills and financial skills component.
The grant is part of a global initiative by Citi Foundation called Pathways to Progress which is a job skills-building initiative that addresses the persistent issue of youth unemployment. Pathways to Progress aims to address the prevalent skills mismatch and equip young people, particularly those from underserved communities, with the skills and networks needed to succeed in today’s rapidly changing economy.