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Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems

STRIVE Learning Report #3: Using Indirect Interventions to Benefit Youth: Lessons from STRIVE’s Afghan Secure Futures Program

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STRIVE Learning Report #3: Using Indirect Interventions to Benefit Youth: Lessons from STRIVE’s Afghan Secure Futures Program
This report draws on the experience of the Afghan Secure Futures (ASF) project to highlight several important technical considerations when employing indirect programming approaches to reach vulnerable youth. Its intended audiences are implementers and donors who are developing programming for vulnerable children and youth and considering entry points for interventions or pathways for economic inclusion. The project took an indirect approach to generating economic benefits for youth apprentices by focusing its economic interventions on the workshop owners that employ apprentices. This report finds that indirect approaches can create both economic and social benefits for youth and that many questions remain on how to implement indirect approaches most effectively.



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