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Youth Employment Generation in Egypt Conference

Egypt ICT Trust Fund

Convention Center – Smart Village

19 May 2013

Egypt ICT Trust Fund

Foster sustainable socio-economic development using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)

Egypt ICT Trust Fund was established in 2002 as a partnership between UNDP and MCIT

Egypt ICT Trust Fund in 10 Years


Outreach Communities

Fund Raising and Resource Mobilization

Local and International loyal Partners

Efficient systems( Technical, Financial, M&E)

Innovative solutions from and to Community

Piloting Projects – Workable Model

Sustainable and Scalable Model


Italian cooperation

Japanese Governorate

International Development Research Center (Canada) – IDRC

Islamic Development Bank

Microsoft Unlimited Potential

World Health Organization (WHO)

Telecenter foundation

The Swiss agency for development and Cooperation


Vodafone Foundation

Main Working Pillars

Main Working Pillars

  • Development of M/SEs through the potential of ICT / YSEP

  • Studying the impact of using ICT in the development of M/SMEs - (IDRC) / MS Egypt (2006- 2009)

  • E-Academy for the development of SMEs - MS Egypt -(2008 – 2010)

  • Implementation of M/SMEs services using ICT - Islamic Development Bank - (2010)

  • Youth Vocational Entrepreneurship Training YVET– MS Egypt (2011 - 2012)

  • Youth Employment Generation Program - Japanese Gov. (2012 - 2013

Youth Employment Generation Program

Selection Criteria

Announcing training Selection of trainees

Planning / Preparation

Design TrainingDeliver TOT

Deliver training / workshops

Monitoring / Follow Up


Program evaluationWorkable Models



Lessons LearnedKnowledge Sharing

Scaling Up


Main Program’s Pillars

Capacity Building for CSOs / NGOs

Program’s Indicators

30 Main Indicator

40% Qualitative indicator

Program’s Strategy

First Pillar: ICT for M/SEs


First Pillar: ICT for M/SEs

Implementation Mechanism I

Project Team

Development of

of ICT services (Training kits, partnerships, awareness, marketing…)

NGOs / Youth Centers / Telecenters

Gov. 3

Gov. 1

Gov. …..

Gov. 2

Gov. 4



Capacity building and TOT

M/SEs Training

First Pillar: ICT for M/SEs

Implementation Mechanism II

  • Receive Toolkits

  • packages

  • Advocacy

  • Online registration

First Pillar: ICT for M/SEs


  • Training of 1852 M/SEs

  • 10% Disabled ppl

  • 125 trainer

  • Distribution of 320 training packages through “Kayanak“ network

Second Pillar: YSEP


Second Pillar: YSEP

Implementation Mechanism

Second Pillar: YSEP


Specialized Training Curriculum

Training 137 entrepreneur

11 trainer

Networking and Consultancy Services

5 Prizes to best practices

Third Pillar: Technical Vocational Training


Third Pillar: Technical Vocational Training

Implementation Mechanism

Third Pillar: TechnicalVocational Training


Monitoring and Evaulation

  • Program Efficiency

  • Program Effectiveness

  • Program Sustainability

Utilization of resources

Ability of the program

Continuation of program effect

Success Factors

  • Using civil society organizations (CSOs) as project partners in different governorates maximized the opportunity to reach large number of targeted youth

  • The flexibility in responding to the needs of the targeted youth such as tailoring of distance learning package “Kayanak”

  • Adopting the holistic implementation approach resulted in an integrated development model for youth empowerment including SMEs training, vocational training for employment and entrepreneurship training.

  • Adopting the participatory approach through: MoY, SFD, MS Egypt, ITI (Edu Egypt program) , ELCC, NGOs.

  • Harnessing ICTs for sustainable services

Risks and Lessons Learned

Political Challenges



Operational Challenges

Partnerships & Motivations


Partners NGOs will continue in the capacity building program

ICT-TF will provide the online services and technical support

Given the results achieved by the project, in terms of increasing employment opportunities and promoting entrepreneurship, it is recommended to replicate this project at the national scale in cooperation with concerned bodies

Thank You

Eng. Hoda Dahroug

National Project Director – Egypt ICT Trust Fund

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