Consortium of Women Empowerment CBO Tackles Youth Unemployment with Revolving Fund

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The Consortium of Women Empowerment Community-Based Organizations (COWE) is taking proactive steps to combat youth unemployment by implementing a revolving fund. This innovative economic empowerment concept provides a powerful mechanism for young people to venture into entrepreneurial pursuits.

In partnership with organizations like Changers Kenya, COWE is providing financial resources and equipping youths with essential skills related to savings and credit management. This holistic approach empowers young individuals, enabling them to start and sustain their businesses, contributing to economic growth and addressing the challenge of youth unemployment.

This collaborative effort underscores the commitment of COWE and its partners to drive positive change by empowering the youth, fostering financial independence, and promoting entrepreneurship as a solution to unemployment.

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