Bangladesh Integrated Youth Activity (BIYA)

The overarching goal of the Bangladesh Integrated Youth Activity is to build the skills, abilities and capacity of youth and youth-led and youth-serving organizations so that they elevate their contributions toward increasing Bangladesh's inclusive, social and economic development goals.USAID/Bangladesh’s

working theory of change is:Objective 1:
Improve youth access to equitable economic opportunities.Objective 2:
Strengthen youth-led and youth-serving organizations.Objective 3:
Coordinate and reinforce effective local youth systems.
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Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Bangladesh USAID-Dhaka

Estimated Funding: $3,500,000

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