EJOM- L’emploi des jeunes crée des opportunités, ici au Mali (FR) (Youth employment creates opportunities in Mali (EN))

2018 - 2020 • WASTE

Purpose

To create jobs for young people & returning migrants in Mali

Activities

WASTE and RUAF have been working together in the OJEM project to contribute to the development of economic opportunities and to create jobs for young men and women and for returning migrants in Mali. The project takes place in the four cities (regions) of Kayes, Koulikoro, Gao and the district of Bamako, all areas where young Mali people face systemic employment challenges.

The project was funded by the EU Trust Fund to contribute to the development of economic opportunities in horticulture and organic farming, agribusiness, handicrafts, solid waste management and food chains in urban agriculture. This project is being carried out in a consortium with SNV, ICCO and APEJ.

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Image: Mali © n/a

Countries of activity

Location of main activity

Objectives

Our goals:
• Contribute to the self-employment and employment of over 10,000 young people in four years (including women and disadvantaged groups);
• Promote the development of SMEs to contribute to the employment of young people (especially women and disadvantaged people);
• Contribute to the creation of a financial and educational environment conducive to youth employment.

Impact we will realise:
• Local team trained in solid waste, recycling and urban agriculture;
• 100 SMEs created in waste management;
• Young people trained in solid waste management and food chains.

Further information

Our role in the project: Within the bigger project, our main focus was on setting up small businesses in solid waste management and improving existing ones to help them to grow and create employment. Our partner RUAF worked primarily with businesses in food chains within the four cities.

Partners we work with
• SNV (lead)
• ICCO (implementing partner)
• APEJ (government)

Contact information

Lauren Pope
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Capacity development Europe, Caucasus & Central Asia International NGO Other funding source or unspecified Specific to one or several countries Sub-Saharan Africa

Links

WASTE advisers on urban environment and development
The Hague
Netherlands


WASTE works towards sustainable improvement of the urban poor's living conditions and the urban environment in general. Our multi-year, multi-country programmes and projects have a focus on bottom-up development in relation to recycling, solid waste management, ecological sanitation and knowledge sharing. WASTE, located in the Netherlands, teams up with organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe that share its goals and approaches.

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