Entrepreneurship is defined as the capacity and willingness to develop, organise and manage a business venture along with any risks in order to make profit. In this regard, entrepreneurship is an important factor in enabling TVET graduates to actively participate in the mainstream of the economy. Accordingly, due diligence should be paid to building technical and entrepreneurial skills for enterprise development in TVET initiatives.

Empowering Youth and Women through digital skills development

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In Cameroon, 70% of population is under 30 and young people account for more than 2/3 of the population but almost 60% of all unemployed. The potential is however enormous, young people are motivated but without fields of action.

Our commitment is to guide these young people and women on the way of digital entrepreneurship, because digital and new technologies have endless opportunities for decent and sustainable jobs, but above all the possibility for these young people and women to use technology to innovate and build business to creatively solve social problems.

Pitch africa competition programme for start-ups and entrepreneurs

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The African Union in its report Strategy to Revitalise Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Africa identifies linkage of TVET to the labour market and development of business management and entrepreneurship skills in the vocational training programmes as key strategic issues that need to be addressed.