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World Bank’s Approach on Youth. March 31, 2005 Viviana Mangiaterra, Children and Youth Advisor, HDNCY. Aim of the Presentation:. Introduce the World Bank’s Framework for Action for Children and Youth Give an overview of the Bank’s involvement in youth programs / investments in youth

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world bank s approach on youth

World Bank’s Approach on Youth

March 31, 2005

Viviana Mangiaterra,

Children and Youth Advisor, HDNCY

aim of the presentation
Aim of the Presentation:
  • Introduce the World Bank’s Framework for Action for Children and Youth
  • Give an overview of the Bank’s involvement in youth programs / investments in youth
  • Outline the Bank’s core competencies and priorities for future work.
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Age

24

Livelihoods

&

Employment

18

Informal

&

Non

-

formal

Participation and Empowerment

Enabling Policies and Institutions

Healthy

Education

Secondary

Behaviors

Tertiary

&

(reproductive

education

health, HIV/AIDS

14

substance abuse, violence)

Protection of

Primary

the most

education

5

Safe

vulnerable

(EFA/FTI)

Child

healthy

(OVC)

Early

Health

environment

Childhood

&

(water, sanitation,

Development

Nutrition

housing)

0

Supportive Families and Communities

Building Blocks for Integrated C&Y Investments Along the Life-Cycle

priority areas for increased concentration youth 15 24
Priority Areas for Increased Concentration: Youth (15-24)

Cross-Sectoral Themes:

  • The Education/Employment Nexus
  • Risky/Healthy Behaviors (e.g. early pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, violence and crime, drugs)
  • Effective Integration into Development
  • Especially Vulnerable Groups
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Youth issues addressed by nearly all of the Sectors

Source: Image Bank – The World Bank, HDNCY data base as of December 2004

slide7

All Regions placing greater emphasis on youth

Source: Image Bank – The World Bank, HDNCY data base as of December 2004

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Looking forward: Build evidence of what works

  • Build the evidence to:
    • Convince decision makers of the cost of inaction
    • Identify effective interventions
    • Deepen joint knowledge on selected themes: employment- education nexus , risky behaviors, youth participation, especially vulnerable groups
  • Improve data collection, systems, presentation:
    • Develop standard set of indicators, building on MDG’s
    • Disaggregate the 15-24 grouping to allow for targeted interventions
    • Build rigorous monitoring and evaluation systems
  • Collect and disseminate “good practice”
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Looking forward: Target Operations

  • Build on the Bank’s existing portfolio of operations that benefit C&Y (schools, health, jobs, HIV/AIDS etc)
  • Develop regional C&Y strategic frameworks
  • Embed C&Y issues in national development policies
  • Include C& Y issues into PRSP’s, CAS, and other Bank instruments
  • Partner with youth as stakeholders from early stages of policy development
  • Integrate C&Y monitoring and evaluation systems into national systems
  • Support multi-sector collaboration
looking forward listen to the voices of youth
Looking forward:Listen to the Voices of Youth

At Global Level: Engage in a mutual learning process

  • Youth Development and Peace Conferences in Paris and Sarajevo
  • Establishment of the YDP Network
  • Open House

At Country Level:

  • Facilitate youth consultations and youth participation in Bank’s operations and initiatives (PRSP, CAS, analytic work, projects, etc.)
  • Expand the Youth Voices Initiative (now in over 20 Countries)