Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra writes about how young women's lives are being changed by the Building Young Futures programme.Read this story
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra writes about how young women's lives are being changed by the Building Young Futures programme.
Unicef UK's Matt Wilson fills us in on his field trip to Zambia to visit the Building Young Futures programme. On his travels he met Jimmy Phiri and found out how Building Young Futures had empowered him with the skills he needed to set up a successful snack-making company.
Last month more than 350 young people attended a Building Young Futures Professions Fair in Brazil to get ideas about their future careers.
Building Young Futures in Pakistan recently celebrated the first graduates from the programme at a ceremony in Lahore. The young people came from eight districts across Punjab. They had completed a demanding year-long course learning life skills, literacy, numeracy, entrepreneurial and social enterprise training.
Building Young Futures catches up with Karen Ndhlovu, a single mother from Zambia, one year after her graduation from the programme to find out how she is getting on.
Wheels for Change is almost here! Novice cyclist and Barclays employee Poppy Williams fills us in on her latest Wheels for Change training adventures.
Musa, 23, is among the 80 percent of those aged 15-24 unemployed in Uganda. His struggle to find employment has inspired a 6,146 km cycling challenge.
Abdel Hady, 16, has just joined our Building Young Futures programme. He dreams of studying engineering but feels he lacks the skills he would need to enter the job market.
Barclays employee and cycling fanatic John Hardman fills us in on his most recent cycling adventures which are raising money for Building Young Futures.
Barclays employee and novice cyclist Poppy Williams takes on the 100km Wheels For Change challenge with her mother, in aid of Unicef and Barclays partnership Building Young Futures.