Empowering young people to own their economic success. www.injazuae.org. 2013-2014. Experience INJAZ UAE Programs . Welcome and Introductions. The Unique Injaz Model. Volunteers. What is a volunteer? Why they are here? What you can learn from them? Why they are special?.
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Empowering young people to own their economic success.
Experience INJAZ UAE Programs
What is a volunteer?
Why they are here?
What you can learn from them?
Why they are special?
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“… soft skills like communication, teamwork, analytical skills and innovative thinking were found to be most important to Arab business leaders who rated them at 90% or above. Only 37% of Gulf CEOs are satisfied with the quantity of skilled students.”
2009 PWC Survey
“The GCC countries have a unique demographic mix with more than 40 per cent of its population younger than 15 years.”
McKinsey & Company
“..the educational sector is unable to keep up with the pace of development and demand for skills.”
The World Bank
“Part of the frustrations of job seekers is a mismatch between labor market requirements and national labor supply.” Mckinsey & Company
“.. an increasingly large number of youth will require educational opportunities that do notyet exist in either quantitative or qualitative terms.”
The World Bank
“Only 54% of Arab CEOs expressed satisfaction with their education systems to produce students with adequate skills.” 2009 PWC Survey
Mckinsey & Company. 2007. Preparing GCC Youth With the Skills to Meet Job Market Needs.
The World Bank. 2008. The Road Not Travelled: Education Reform in the Middle East and Africa.
MBRF & PWC. 2009. Arab Human Capital Challenge: The Voice of CEOs.
INJAZ UAE is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide – which forms partnerships between the business community, educators and volunteers — working together to empower young people to own their economic success.
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MENA INJAZ al-Arab
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