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Welcome to the E4E Initiative for Arab Youth

We hope that through this virtual space we will encourage active engagement in the issues facing youth employability in the Arab world. We welcome youth, policy-makers and regulators, public and private education and training providers, employers, media, civil society, and all others interested in these issues to participate. 

Your active input will help inform decision-making, strengthen understanding amongst stakeholders, identify issues of concern and help to find mutual solutions on means to address them, and guide our strategy and implementation.

Use this website to learn about the E4E Initiative and its activities. The 'About E4E' page sets out the mission of the E4E Initiative and the role it plays in providing youth in the Arab world with the skills that are relevant to the marketplace to enable them to earn a better future. The 'News and Resources' page will help you to stay abreast of important news, reports and other relevant publications that touch upon issues of education and training, work readiness programs, and other topical issues that illustrate positive solutions to meet the mismatch between qualified labor supply and demand in the region. This section will be updated on a regular basis to ensure that you can keep abreast of the latest information.

Be part of the solution, join the discussion and let us know what's on your mind in 'the E4E Community Forum' that provides an opportunity to share your stories, ask questions, exchange ideas, and contribute to our growing community. Not a forum person? Visit our social media domains on Facebook and Twitter, and don't forget to Follow Us / Like us.

Please feel free to send us any questions, or share suggestions/ideas through our 'Contact Us' form.

Join the discussion and engage with the issues to share your ideas and help the E4E Initiative achieve its aims.

Dahlia Khalifa
Regional Head
E4E Initiative for Arab Youth

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