Aissata Lamarana Bah, one of Jeune Espoir’s co-founders, is completing an internship at Digital Promise under IREX’s Community Engagement Exchange program (CEE), a program funded by the US government and implemented by IREX (The International Research and Exchange Board)
This document reports on JE’s 2019-20 progress (Click here to download the full report). It starts with a background that includes an analysis of the organization’s targeted problem and short descriptions of its programs. This section is required as it lays a foundation for understanding the other areas of the document.
Since 2010, due to violent political protests and pandemics, schools in Guinea have experienced not less than three months of closures every year. This year, for the same reasons, schools only opened their doors on December 01, 2020, two months later than usual.
This paper is composed of two main complementary components: a primary research project and a proposed approach for addressing youth underemployment in SSA.
One cannot contribute to changing others’ lives if one’s own life has not changed. From a volunteer to a Fulbright MA holder in Sustainable Development from a US institution, Sekou Mansare’s life was changed to enable him to start and lead the change-maker Jeune Espoir. This article tells the story.
As in most Guinean cities, the success rate in Dalaba for passage of the Bac and Brevet exams is generally below 50%. This fact reflects the lack of mastery of the curriculum and the necessary support that the student must have to carry out these studies.