In today’s rapidly changing and increasingly competitive world, it is essential for young people to have a diverse set of skills and knowledge to succeed. Social entrepreneurship, which involves using entrepreneurial principles to create and manage social or environmental impact, is a powerful tool for creating positive change.
However, in order to succeed in this field, young people must also possess digital entrepreneurship skills, which enable them to effectively leverage technology to achieve their goals. This project recognizes the importance of equipping young people with the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in the dynamic landscape of social and digital entrepreneurship. By combining these two fields, the project aims to create a comprehensive and innovative approach that will attract young people to pursue social entrepreneurship while equipping them with the digital tools and strategies they need to succeed.
As young people are often more adaptable and open to new ideas, they are uniquely positioned to take advantage of the opportunities presented by social and digital entrepreneurship. However, it is also important to ensure that they are aware of their responsibilities to society and equipped with the necessary skills to navigate the challenges that may arise. Through this project, young people will not only have the chance to make a positive impact on their communities but also gain valuable experience and skills that will serve them well in the future.
The following concrete results and learning outcomes are expected during and after the project:
Training materials on DSE skills.
A comprehensive training course on Digital Social Entrepreneurship (DSE) to train youth in Social Entrepreneurship and DSE skills.
An online learning environment with the space to follow up/ support youth.
To create awareness on young people on digital social entrepreneurship.
To equip young social entrepreneurs of the day with necessary digital entrepreneur skills.
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