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Empowering Youth in Agri-Food Systems: Applying Youth-Inclusive Project Design Guidance

Event Details

Date and time

June 25, 2024




YouthPower 2 Learning and Evaluation
Event flyer. Includes a photo of four women watching a trainer on dairy value chains.

Event Description

This webinar will showcase the practical use of USAID’s Feed the Future Project Design Guide for Youth-Inclusive Agriculture and Food Systems. 

Tuesday, June 25 at 9:00-10:15am Eastern Time

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About the Event

Experts from the public and private sectors will delve into the impacts of previous Positive Youth Development (PYD) approaches in eight African countries, including how their work incorporated gender-responsive strategies and private sector engagement. The webinar will then highlight USAID’s Project Design Guide for Youth-Inclusive Agriculture and Food Systems as a resource to help others plan for similar achievements and impact in their work. 

The Business, Entrepreneurship, and Private Sector Engagement Community of Practice welcomes all those interested in learning about and uplifting youth as drivers of change and resilience in agri-food systems. Whether you are a development practitioner, an investor or entrepreneur, a policymaker, or an academic engaging with the subject, please join us to learn and share your own experiences.

This event will include automatic English closed captioning (CC).

About the Community of Practice 

The YP2LE Learning Network brings together diverse stakeholders who seek to learn more and share about youth development. As one of seven communities of practice, the Youth Engagement group (YE) helps members share and benefit from collective learning. Learn more about the YE CoP and other CoPs on and register to connect with these communities.

About YouthPower 2: Learning and Evaluation (YP2LE)

YP2LE is a USAID-funded activity focused on building and disseminating evidence on Positive Youth Development (PYD). YP2LE’s goal is to give program implementers, researchers, and young changemakers the information, tools, and resources they need to develop high-quality, impactful, and sustainable youth programs.