Project period: March 01, 2014 – June 30, 2015
Targeted beneficiary: 200 youth ( Male- 120, Female-80 )
Working area: Dhaka City, Manikganj, Narayangonj, Keraniganj and Gazipur
Funding Source (s): AusAID – ANCP, General Public Donations
Bangladesh Youth Enterprise Advice & Helpcentre (B’Yeah) as a devoted organization to youth empowerment and promotion of youth entrepreneurship, has always flagged those issues which become hurdle on the way to youth entrepreneurship.
In this relation, B’Yeah in collaboration with AusAID – ANCP, General Public Donations has undertaken a project named “Youth Micro Enterprise Development (YMED)” of the project covered the period from March 2014 to June 30 2015. During this period, B’Yeah has completed all the activities successfully. To address the needs entrepreneurship development, YMED project is developed with objectives that 200 youth entrepreneur set up 200 enterprise that create the self-employment of 200 youth as well as employment opportunity other 800 youths. The quantitative and qualitative achievements of the project have profound impact on improve the economic and social wellbeing of disadvantaged youth, with a strong focused on female youth.