The Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN) started a mentorship programme for 50 Gambians from across the country on Enterprise Management. The mentorship program funded by YEP will last for a duration of six months.
The Youth Mentorship Programme is expected to enable participants to craft exceptional business structures, increase their management skills, and maximise streams of profit. It will also allow them to experience different business models in practice during the programme.
Through weekly mentoring sessions and monthly review meetings a close dialogue with the mentors is ensured, while the participants are expected to become a mentor themselves in the next cycle.
The mentoring scheme is part of a larger entrepreneurship development programme that includes recognition of young entrepreneurs through yearly Rural Youth Awards and specific training camps for skilled young and aspiring entrepreneurs.
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