We identify and tackle problems facing youth in Sudan, one project at a time
Approximately 1/5 of eligible youths in Sudan are unemployed. Employers in Sudan prefer older candidates for their professional experiences, skills, and expertise. Yet, there are limited opportunities available for young people in Sudan to develop these necessary qualifications.
With high youth unemployment and few institutions preparing youth to become productive young professionals, a generation of young people cannot contribute to the country as their talent and potential remains untapped.
Al-Mustakbal seeks to change this bleak reality by empowering Sudan’s youth.
First, Al-Mustakbal facilitates access to transformative academic and professional opportunities that equip young people with the skills and experiences to become qualified candidates in the professional arena.
Second, Al-Mustakbal’s comprehensive initiatives offer support for students as they navigate complex challenges and decisions in the professional and academic worlds to ensure that they make informed decisions and maximize their chances for success.
By providing key ingredients – opportunities and support – Al-Mustakbal hopes to empower students to become leaders in their fields and catalysts of change in the country, unleashing their potential and their potential impact.
The Tadrees initiative strives to equip Sudanese youth with the skills and information necessary to become leaders and experts in various sectors. By facilitating access to leading international graduate programs, the Tadrees initiative enables students to learn cutting-edge research, techniques and technology in their field. Through this graduate specialization, students will gain the expertise to become innovative leaders in their own fields and contribute to development in Sudan.
The Tamreen initiative seeks to realign the skills attained by Sudanese students at home or abroad, during their studies, with the skills that employers in Sudan need. On a broader note, Tamreen is about providing the vocational training necessary to empower the youth and thus drive the economy into development and efficiency. Tamreen currently runs one flagship project – the Internship Program, which focuses on offering structured internship programs to Sudanese students.