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Building Young People's Capabilities for a Resilient Generation

Women Business Hub works with rural youths to transform them through life skills development and community engagement. The organization is using the following strategies to transform young people’s lives (1) Developing self-confidence and self-esteem: Life skills such as communication, leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making can help young people build their self-confidence and self-esteem. When they learn how to express their thoughts and opinions, solve problems, and make decisions, they become more self-assured and assertive. (2) Enhancing social skills: Life skills such as teamwork, communication, and conflict resolution can help young people improve their social skills. These skills enable them to build positive relationships, work effectively in teams, and resolve conflicts in a peaceful and constructive manner. (3) Developing resilience: Life skills such as adaptability, problem-solving, and coping skills can help young people develop resilience. Resilience is the ability to overcome challenges, bounce back from setbacks, and persevere in the face of adversity. (4)  Improving academic performance: Life skills such as time management, organization, and study skills can help young people improve their academic performance. These skills enable them to manage their time effectively, stay organized, and study more efficiently. (5) Enhancing employability: Life skills such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and leadership can help young people enhance their employability. These skills are highly valued by employers, and possessing them can increase a young person's chances of securing a job and succeeding in the workplace. In summary, life skills can have a positive impact on young people's lives by helping them develop self-confidence, social skills, resilience, academic performance, and employability.


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